Welcome to our cutting-edge weight management program, designed to revolutionize your health journey with a holistic approach that includes the latest in medical advancements: Semaglutide, Terazepide, and Liposolve. Our program is tailored to individuals who are ready to make a significant, healthful change in their lives.

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Our Weight Management Program is a comprehensive solution for weight loss and health improvement, combining medical treatment, personalized diet plans, and exercise regimes. At its core, our program utilizes three innovative treatments: Semaglutide, Terazepide, and Liposolve, each contributing uniquely to your weight loss journey. Check out all the details below to determine which product feels best for you or make an appointment for a free consultation with one of our Nurse Practitioners today.


Choosing our weight management program means opting for a personalized, science-backed approach to losing weight and improving your health. Our dedicated team of healthcare professionals will guide you through every step, ensuring that you receive the support, care, and advice you need to achieve your goals.


Ready to transform your life? Contact us to schedule a consultation and learn more about how our weight management program can be tailored to fit your needs. Let us help you embark on a healthier, happier journey.


  • What Is It? Semaglutide is a once-weekly injection that mimics a hormone called glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1), which targets areas of the brain that regulate appetite and food intake.
  • Benefits:
    • Reduces hunger and calorie intake.
    • Enhances weight loss.
    • Improves glycemic control in type 2 diabetes patients.
  • Who Is a Good Candidate? Ideal for individuals with obesity or overweight with at least one weight-related condition, such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol.


Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about weight management using Semaglutide:

What is Semaglutide?

Semaglutide is a glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonist. It mimics the action of the GLP-1 hormone in the body, which helps control blood sugar, insulin levels, and digestion. It’s used in the treatment of type 2 diabetes and, at higher doses, for weight management.

How does Semaglutide work for weight loss?

Semaglutide works by slowing down gastric emptying, reducing appetite, and thereby decreasing caloric intake. This leads to a reduction in body weight. It affects the brain’s regulation of appetite and food intake, leading to reduced hunger and calorie consumption.

Who is eligible to use Semaglutide for weight management?

Semaglutide for weight management is usually prescribed to adults with obesity (BMI =30) or overweight (BMI =27) with at least one weight-related condition, such as hypertension, type 2 diabetes, or dyslipidemia, when diet and exercise alone have not been successful.

What are the potential side effects of Semaglutide?

Common side effects include gastrointestinal issues such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and constipation. There are also concerns about potential risks of thyroid C-cell tumors, pancreatitis, gallbladder problems, and kidney issues. It’s important to discuss these risks with a healthcare provider.

How is Semaglutide administered?

Semaglutide is administered via injection. It’s typically started at a lower dose to minimize gastrointestinal side effects, with the dose being gradually increased over time to the prescribed maintenance dose.

Can Semaglutide be used with other weight loss medications?

It’s essential to consult a healthcare provider before combining Semaglutide with other weight loss medications. The combination can be considered in some cases, but it must be done under strict medical supervision to manage potential interactions and side effects.

How long should someone use Semaglutide for weight management?

The duration of Semaglutide use for weight management varies depending on individual response, tolerability, and the advice of a healthcare provider. Some individuals might need long-term treatment to maintain weight loss, while others may use it for shorter periods.

What happens if you stop taking Semaglutide?

Stopping Semaglutide may lead to weight regain. It’s crucial to adopt a healthy lifestyle, including a balanced diet and regular physical activity, to maintain weight loss achieved with Semaglutide. Consult a healthcare provider before making any changes to the medication regimen.

Can Semaglutide cure obesity?

While Semaglutide can significantly reduce body weight and improve health outcomes associated with obesity, it is not considered a cure for obesity. Long-term weight management requires sustained lifestyle changes, and in some cases, ongoing medication.

How effective is Semaglutide for weight loss?

The effectiveness of Semaglutide for weight loss can vary among individuals. Clinical trials have shown significant weight loss compared to placebo, with many participants achieving more than 5% weight loss. The results depend on factors such as diet, exercise, dosage, and individual response to the medication.


What Is It?

Tirzepatide is an experimental compound that has shown promise in early clinical trials for weight loss and appetite control.


  • Potentially reduces appetite more significantly than current medications.
  • Aims to improve metabolic health outcomes.

Who Is a Good Candidate? Suitable for those who have struggled with conventional weight loss methods and need an innovative approach to control hunger and improve metabolism.

FAQ about weight management using Tirzepatide

Tirzepatide, marketed under brand names such as Zepbound, is a recent advancement in weight management, especially for individuals with obesity or overweight with related health conditions. Here’s a comprehensive FAQ based on current knowledge:

What is Tirzepatide?

Tirzepatide is an injectable medication approved for chronic weight management. It acts as a dual incretin agonist, targeting both the GIP and GLP-1 receptors, which play roles in insulin secretion and appetite regulation. This dual action addresses underlying causes of excess weight more comprehensively than medications targeting a single receptor.

How Does Tirzepatide Work?

By targeting GIP and GLP-1 hormone receptors, tirzepatide enhances insulin secretion in response to meals and reduces appetite, leading to decreased food intake and weight loss. This dual mechanism helps manage blood glucose levels and supports weight loss efforts.

Who Can Use Tirzepatide?

Tirzepatide is approved for adults with obesity (BMI = 30) or overweight (BMI = 27) with at least one weight-related condition, such as hypertension, dyslipidemia, or type 2 diabetes. It’s intended for use alongside a reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity.

What are the Side Effects?

Common side effects include gastrointestinal issues like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, decreased appetite, and constipation. Severe adverse effects could include thyroid C-cell tumors, pancreatitis, kidney problems, and gallbladder issues. Allergic reactions, though rare, require immediate medical attention??????.

Long-term Use and Precautions

The long-term effects necessitate ongoing monitoring. There’s a Boxed Warning regarding the risk of thyroid C-cell tumors. Individuals with a personal or family history of medullary thyroid carcinoma or Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia syndrome type 2 (MEN 2) should avoid tirzepatide. Those with severe gastrointestinal conditions, like gastroparesis, may experience exacerbated stomach issues??.

Drug Interactions

Tirzepatide can interact with various substances, notably insulin or sulfonylureas, potentially causing hypoglycemia. It can also affect the absorption of oral medications, including oral contraceptives and blood thinners, potentially necessitating dose adjustments or additional precautions????.


Clinical trials, such as the SURMOUNT studies, demonstrated significant weight loss with tirzepatide. Participants lost a notable percentage of their body weight, with some achieving over 25% weight reduction. These results highlight tirzepatide’s effectiveness in weight management and its potential benefits on blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and glycemic control????.
Tirzepatide represents a significant advancement in the treatment of obesity and overweight with related health conditions. Its dual mechanism of action offers a promising approach to weight management. However, like any medication, it comes with potential risks and side effects. Patients should have thorough discussions with their healthcare providers to determine if tirzepatide is suitable for their health needs and lifestyle.

Liposolve, Skinny Shot and Skinny Drip for Weight Management

What is Liposolve?

Lipotropic injections contain substances that help get rid of fats in the liver. It contributes to reducing fat production.

Clinical studies reveal lipotropic agents have other beneficial functions. It lowers cholesterol and lowers blood sugar levels. In addition, it has antioxidant and anti-cancer properties. Examples of lipotropic agents are vitamin B12, methionine, inositol, and choline or MIC.

  • Vitamin B12: It plays a role in maintaining healthy nerve cells. It helps in RNA and DNA production, which are the building blocks of the body. Vitamin B12 is also known to boost energy. Vitamin B12 breaks down carbohydrates, fats, and proteins as a lipotropic agent.
  • Methionine: It’s an amino acid that prevents fat build-up and removes it from the liver. It serves as an antioxidant as it eliminates heavy metals from the body. Similar to vitamin B12, it aids in relieving fatigue.
  • Inositol: It’s referred to as vitamin B8. Inositol is not a vitamin but a kind of sugar. It doesn’t dissolve fats; instead, it regulates your insulin and hormone levels. As a mild lipotropic agent, it breaks down fats and redistributes them in the body. At the same time, it reduces low-density lipoprotein or bad cholesterol.
  • Choline: Choline is referred to as vitamin B4. Like inositol, choline is not a vitamin but a nutrient. It speeds up metabolism and helps the body burn fat that keeps the liver healthy.
  • Other lipotropic agents support weight loss. Some include vitamins B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6 (pyridoxine), L-carnitine, and Leucine.

What Are the Benefits of MIC Injections?

Enhanced liver health

  • MIC injections aid in removing fat and bile or toxins from your liver. As a result, your liver efficiently metabolizes fat. It also reduces fat deposits.

Better heart health

  • Your heart functions better as fat is removed from your body. This process leads to improved blood flow throughout the body.

Increased energy

  • MIC injections with vitamin B12 help maintain or rev up your energy levels. It’s most beneficial for people who are vitamin B12 deficient.

Enhanced mood

  • Inositol in MIC injections stabilizes your mood and reduces hunger pangs. Moreover, as your energy increases, you get to exercise and do your daily activities. As a result, you won’t feel sluggish, and your mood improves.

Fast-acting and optimal effect

  • MIC supplements are taken orally. It passes through the digestive system before it gets absorbed by your body. In contrast, MIC injections go directly to your bloodstream and cells. As a result, it works quicker than oral supplements.

Do MIC Injections Help With Weight Loss?

The liver breaks down fats or what is called fat metabolism. Once the unhealthy fats are broken down, the liver gets rid of them, along with toxins. MIC injections aid the liver in the process of fat metabolism. As a result, you lose fat and weight.

MIC injections have been used in weight loss management for over 30 years. It complements strategies like a low-calorie diet and exercise. They are considered safe under the supervision of a medical practitioner.

You cannot get MIC injections solely for weight loss without a proper weight loss plan. So, it’s best to consult us if you intend to use it. Unfortunately, studies on the efficacy and safety of lipotropic injections are scarce. Two studies have shed light on its fat-burning effect.

First, a study shows three modalities resulting in faster fat mass and weight loss among women with polycystic ovarian syndrome. These three modalities are a combination of diet, myoinositol, and d-chiro-inositol. More studies have yet to be conducted to validate the efficacy of inositol.

Second, a study on rats shows plant-based foods as sources of lipotropes. The researchers identified plant lipotropes, including methionine, myoinositol, and choline. The rats, though, were not tested with lipotropic injections.

More studies need to validate the effectiveness and safety of MIC injections. It comprises various ingredients, which individually may play a role in metabolizing fats. However, the combination of MIC ingredients may provide synergistic benefits based on studies.

How Much Weight Can I Lose With MIC Injections?

Every person trying to lose weight has a goal. For instance, people who used MIC injections reported losing about two to four pounds a week. Here is an example of dosage, frequency, and route of administration to achieve your weight loss goal.

  • Dosage: The dosage depends on the formulation and recommendation of a medical practitioner. For instance, the Injection and Infusion Clinic offers Lipostat/MIC doses of 1, 2, and 3 cc.
  • Frequency: Frequency may vary depending on the formulation. However, we recommend MIC injections two to three times in the first week. The following shots are spaced out for the coming weeks.
  • Administration: MIC may be injected into the arm. Or it can be administered in fatty parts of the body, like the abdomen, buttocks, or thigh. It may take up to three weeks to see the results as MIC continues to burn fats. We also recommend combining it with vitamin B12 to improve your energy.

MIC injections provide temporary weight loss. At best, modifying your behavior and lifestyle can be a daunting task. You can achieve excellent results by following a healthy lifestyle. It includes eating a proper diet, daily exercise, and avoiding crash diets or vices.

Who Are Candidates for MIC Injections?

Like other infusion therapies and medications, MIC injections are not for everyone. It’s best to consult us to see if you can take the shot. For starters, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do I have a heart-related disorder?
  • Do I take medications for my anxiety or depression?
  • Am I taking a cough suppressant?
  • Am I taking St. John’s wort?
  • Am I pregnant?
  • Am I lactating?

MIC injections are contraindicated for people with cardiovascular problems. At the same time, it aggravates the manic symptoms of people with bipolar disorder.

It may interact with a dextromethorphan cough suppressant and St. John’s wort herbal supplement. Taking these substances along with MIC injections may increase your risk of serotonin syndrome. It’s a condition when you experience shivering, muscle rigidity, diarrhea, fever, and seizures.

Excess methionine can lead to pregnancy and fetal problems. Examples are miscarriage and high blood pressure during pregnancy. The same goes for too low or too high choline. It can negatively affect a baby’s health and development in the womb. In addition, high doses of D-chiro-inositol may affect female fertility.

So, if you answered “yes” to any of the questions, you can talk to us about weight loss alternatives and management.

What Are the Side Effects of MIC Injections?

Studies have yet to determine the potential side effects of lipotropic injections. But like any other drug, the side effects may differ for every person.

The potential side effects of lipotropic injections may include:

  • Allergic reactions like rashes and shortness of breath
  • Anxiety
  • Constipation or diarrhea
  • Fatigue
  • Increased heart rate
  • Numbness of feet and hands
  • Pain at the injection site
  • Trouble sleeping

MIC injections are generally safe since we customize them for every client. In addition, we are trained and licensed to administer it in our clinic.