Patient Down 105 Pounds With DeKalb Women’s Weight Loss Program

Lori has lost 105 pounds since she has started DeKalb Women’s Specialists’s physician directed weight loss program!

About Weight Loss with DeKalb Women’s Specialists

Realize your weight loss goals and maintain them, with a physician-directed weight loss program customized for you. Our non-surgical programs offer strategies unavailable with commercial weight loss programs.

We use state-of-the-art equipment to measure each patient’s body composition and medical analysis. Only a doctor can customize a plan based on your unique metabolism, hormonal disorders, medication, and other medical issues.

Programs are fast, safe and affordable, and designed for women. Programs range from appetite suppressants to B-12 and Lipo-B injections, combined with exercise and our support team. This combination increases your success to lose the weight and keep it off. This is what we all need to live a healthy life!

As always, if you have any further questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call 404-508-2000 today!

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