DNM SEMAGLUTIDE MEDICAL WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM IN SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA
Why DNM Semaglutide?
At the heart of our program is the FDA-approved weight loss medication, Semaglutide, the
best-in-class treatment for obesity and weight gain.
Semaglutide has been shown to promote significant weight loss, improve glycemic control in people with type 2 diabetes, and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. According to a recent study, individuals who used Semaglutide experienced significant improvements in their body weight, physical functioning, and body composition, as well as reduced cardio metabolic risks. The medication works by mimicking the effects of the hormone GLP-1 in the body, which helps regulate glucose levels and control hunger.
In combination with body composition analysis, our program provides a comprehensive and personalized approach to weight loss that can help you achieve your goals.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Head to any Quest Diagnostics Lab to complete your lab testing.
Once your labs are ready, one of our physicians will consult with you to discuss your results and health history.
When you're cleared by our physicians, your prescription will be ordered and delivered straight to your door each month.
Administer the medication yourself at home once a week.
- To provide support and accountability, one of our wellness coaches will meet with you via video each week.
- Additionally, you can access the DrNewMed App to track important health metrics such as weight, nutrition, and blood glucose.
Weight Loss Plan Includes
DNM Semaglutide FAQ'S
Everything you need to know about DNM Medical Weight Loss Program
What is the DNM Semaglutide Medical Weight Loss Program about?
Our program is centered on the use of Semaglutide, an FDA-approved medication for weight loss. The program includes weekly injections, along with support from a weight loss coach and DrNewMed app, access to a weighing scale and glucometer, and full body composition analysis.
How is Semaglutide taken and how often will I receive it?
Semaglutide is taken as a subcutaneous (under the skin) injection once a week.
How often will I need to visit the clinic for Semaglutide injections?
Semaglutide injections are taken once a week, so you will need to visit the clinic once a week to receive your injection.
Are there any financing options available?
Yes, we offer a 12-month, no-interest financing plan.
Is Semaglutide safe for weight loss?
Yes, Semaglutide has been extensively studied and is considered safe for weight loss when taken as directed by a healthcare provider.
How much weight can I expect to lose with Semaglutide injections?
The amount of weight loss varies from person to person, but clinical trials have shown that people taking Semaglutide can lose an average of 12+% of their body weight.
Can Semaglutide help with other health conditions besides weight loss?
Yes, Semaglutide has been shown to improve other health markers such as reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease and improving glycemic control in people with type 2 diabetes.
How do I get started with the DNM Semaglutide Medical Weight Loss Program
To get started with the weight loss program, schedule a consultation with one of our healthcare providers. They will assess your health and help determine if Semaglutide is right for you. If it is, they will provide you with the necessary information and support to start your weight loss journey.
What qualifies me for DNM Semaglutide injections?
To be eligible for Semaglutide weight loss injections, you need to have a BMI of 27 or higher, at least one weight-related health issue, and no contraindications, such as a history of thyroid cancer or pancreatitis. A licensed healthcare provider will carefully review your health history, medications, and body weight information to assess your eligibility for the treatment.
Who is not a candidate for DNM Semaglutide at DrNewMed?
• < 18 years old
• BMI < 25
• Planning to get pregnant
• Type 1 diabetes mellitus
• Hypersensitivity to semaglutide or any components of this medication
• Personal or family history of medullary thyroid carcinoma
• History of multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome
• History of pancreatitis
• Type 2 diabetic patients that are on insulin or a sulfonylurea
• Patients with diabetic retinopathy
• Recent bariatric surgery
• Eating disorders
• Drug or alcohol abuse
• Gallbladder disease
• Patients with that are on several antihypertensive medications