Non-Surgical Weight Loss Options
With a comprehensive approach to medical weight loss solutions, our team at University Hospitals provides a range of non-surgical weight loss treatment options, based on your unique needs and goals. Our team of weight loss doctors and dietitians provides services such as nutrition consultations, diet and meal plans, lifestyle counseling and medication for weight loss.
Our Non-Surgical Weight Loss Programs
- Nutrition and Dietary Consult
- Provides comprehensive food and nutrition services
- Instruct patients and their families on innovative ways to promote optimal nutrition, health and wellness
- Provide education for disease prevention and nutrition counseling for chronic conditions
- Protein Sparing Modified Fast
Intensive Dietary Counseling for those with BMI >27.5 along with diabetes.
- Fitter Me
The Fitter Me program is a physician supervised program that offers lifestyle counseling to promote weight loss, treatment using weight loss medications, risk assessments and personalized recommendations.
- Group Medical Weight Loss Program
Led by a board-certified endocrinologist, this program offers personalized consultations, a medically supervised diet program, and group weight loss sessions for patients with diabetes.Learn more
- UH Connor Whole Health
UH Connor Whole Health provide integrative medicine consults including review and recommendation of lifestyle and behavioral changes influencing diet, exercise and sleep.
Endoscopic Weight Loss Procedures
To fill the void between medical weight loss programs and bariatric surgery, our team at University Hospitals provides endoscopic, or non-surgical weight loss procedures. We can help patients lose up to 20 percent of their body weight through endoscopic treatment options as an alternative to other weight loss methods that require significant lifestyle changes for success.
University Hospitals has been recognized with 2023-2024 WebMD Choice Awards for excellence in Gastric Bypass and Gastroenterology. The award is the only health system recognition program based solely on the preferences of patients and providers at the local and state level.