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At MEDICI, we understand that you want to live your life to the fullest, at your healthiest weight. We can help. Our medical weight loss program has 3 formats, phase 1, phase 2, and phase 3. All three phases include:

  • FDA-approved medications for weight loss
  • A simple meal plan
  • InBody scanning to precisely track fat loss and muscle gain so you can see exactly how your body is changing
  • Wellness scanning that determines your vitamin and antioxidant levels to guide supplementation to reduce oxidative stress and slow down the aging process.

Cost – Please read descriptions of each phase. Pricing for each phase is included in the FAQs.

 
Phase 1
Phase 1 includes daily oral medications, phentermine and low-dose HCTZ, which you receive from your pharmacy, and weekly injections of Lipo-B if you choose.

What is Lipo-B? It is an injection of compounds that help release fat throughout the body. These compounds are known for facilitating fat burning and therefore weight loss. Lipo-B additionally includes vitamin B12 which is essential for metabolism and energy production and aids in the growth of healthy blood cells, nerve cells, and proteins.

Phase 2
Phase 2 is our next step in the program. It is also a daily medication but it will be delivered from our pharmacy straight to your door! The medication, Bella2, is compounded to include the most popular and effective FDA-approved weight loss medicines available today, phentermine, topiramate, bupropion, naltrexone, and methylcobalamin/B12. These medicines are slow release so you shouldn’t have increased hunger at the end of the day!

Phase 3
Phase 3 is the final step in our program. It is for those people who are successful with phase 2 but hit a plateau or those individuals who are unable to lose weight on Phase 1/2. You must have BMI >30 or BMI >27 with weight-related medical problems.

Phase 3 includes injections of medications that are FDA-approved for weight loss called Wegovy (semaglutide) or Saxenda (liraglutide). These glucagon-like peptide receptor agonists (GLP-1) medications have been shown to cause significant weight loss, much greater than with oral medications. Studies have revealed excellent long-term effects similar to some weight loss surgeries.