Weight Loss Management

Weight Loss Doctors & Specialists at University Hospitals

If you are seeking a proven solution for losing weight and keeping it off, University Hospitals is here to help. Our team of weight loss doctors and surgeons, medical weight loss specialists, nutrition experts, and other clinical support staff provide a wide range of weight loss solutions – and help you find the right one for your personal weight loss goals. With ongoing education, support and follow up care, we can guide you on your journey toward a healthier life.

Proven Health Benefits with Weight Loss

Research has shown that long-term weight loss can significantly impact your health with positive benefits and improved quality of life. In fact, weight loss treatment can actually resolve health problems related to being overweight, including:

  • Diabetes and high blood sugar, and can prevent the development of diabetes
  • Fatty liver disease (NASH)
  • Heart disease
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Infertility
  • Osteoarthritis, painful joints, and back pain
  • Sleep apnea
  • Fatty liver disease or NASH
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  • Prevention of weight-related cancers (endometrial, renal, colon, esophageal)
  • Pseudotumor cerebri (intra-cranial hypertension, or increased pressure around the brain) and chronic headaches
  • Urinary incontinence

Losing weight can also help you achieve a weight-loss goal required for another surgery, such as knee replacement, back surgery, transplant surgery, etc.

Weight Loss Options for Any Lifestyle

No matter what your weight loss goals are, UH has a solution that will work for you. With a range of hospital weight loss programs that include weight loss surgery and non-surgical weight loss procedures, as well as a medical nutrition and diet-based programs, we can help you find the right program to help you achieve your weight loss success.

What Weight Loss Options Do I Qualify For?

In general, your candidacy for any given weight loss program will be determined by your body mass index (BMI). Your decision is also influenced by how much weight you want to lose, as well as your personal preferences – such as whether you want a non-surgical or surgical option.

Learn more about our programs

Surgical Weight Loss

Surgical Weightloss

Surgical Weight Loss

If you are struggling to lose weight with diet and exercise, find out if bariatric surgery is right for you.

Non-Surgical Weight Loss

Non-surgical Weightloss

Non-Surgical Weight Loss

Learn more about the non-surgical weight loss options available at UH including nutrition and dietary consults, medication, Fitter Me, and more.

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