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Yoga in Nature

Obesity

  • Nationally 41.9% are American adults are obese

  • 22 states have an obesity rate at/or above 35%

  • Oklahoma's obesity rate is 40%

  • Often the precursor to other diseases impacting quality of life 

  • Families are impacted, as nearly 20% of children and adolescents are obese

  • Expected to increase U.S. healthcare spending by $170 billion annually                 (Trust for America's Health, tfah.org, 2024)

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Supervised Weight Loss 

Intake Visit

New patient appointments are 60 minutes. The visit includes: 

  • Review Medical History

  • Physical Assessment

  • Draw Labs, if applicable

  • Review Lab Results, if applicable

  • Discuss prescription options

  • Patient Education

Lab Panel

Our intake lab panel includes the following:

  • CBC

  • CMP

  • Lipid Panel

  • Thyroid Panel

  • Insulin

  • A1C

 

Medications

Our clinic prescribes compounded Semaglutide and Tirzepatide. Once the visit is conducted, the prescription is ordered at a local compounding pharmacy. We provide injecting supplies for no additional cost. 

Follow Up Visits

We have monthly check-ins to ensure the patient is responding to treatment without significant side effects or adverse effects. During the follow up visits, we address any questions or concerns the patient may have. Our aim is to help our patients achieve their goals in a safe way!

Frequently Asked Questions

How much weight will I lose?

On average, our patients report losing 4-10lbs during their first month of treatment. Overall, a patient can expect to lose up to 15% of their body weight in one year. 

How Much Does it Cost?

Our programs are medication and dose dependent. We have recently updated our prices in an effort to increase accessibility to care. The Semaglutide program starts at $89/month. The Tirzepatide program starts at $235/month. 

What are common side effects?

Nausea, Heartburn, GI upset, Diarrhea, Constipation, Decreased Appetite, and irritation at injection site.

Can I still drink alcohol? 

We discourage alcohol intake while taking GLP-1 medication. There is an increased risk of acute pancreatitis and most alcohol is high in sugar and carbohydrates which can interfere with weight loss.

Do I have to give myself a shot?

Yes. Our regimens involve a once weekly subcutaneous injection with an insulin syringe (teeny tiny needle).

Do I have to follow a diet?

We encourage a diet high in protein, fresh fruits, and vegetables. Adequate water intake is important as well! Utilizing MyFitness Pal is a good way to monitor daily intake and stay accountable.

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