Instant Urgent Care provides clinical weight management for patietns of all ages!
At Instant Urgent Care, our locations provide clinical weight management and nutritional counseling for all of our patients. Obesity, diabetes, and other weight-related chronic diseases are some of the leading contributors of declines in health nationwide.
However, beyond clinical management we also support wellness goals that help you maintain weight and improve your personal health goals. If you believe that you or a family member is struggling with weight-related issues, or wants to begin a diet/nutrition program, please contact any of our urgent care locations today!
Below, we’ll explain the scope of clinical weight health issues and chronic diseases, while also explaining the full scope of weight management services at Instant Urgent Care:
National Statistics on Weight-Related Health issues
According to the Centers for Disease Control, weight related issues include chronic diseases and other conditions that lead to detrimental health effects including worsened health and life expectancy. These include the following conditions:
> Cancer screeningAll-causes of death (mortality)
> High LDL cholesterol, low HDL cholesterol, or high levels of triglycerides (Dyslipidemia)
> Type 2 diabetes
> Coronary heart disease
> Gallbladder disease
> And many more
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Frequently Asked Questions
Find your answers to the questions and helpful information about our services. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to call us.
Clinical weight management involves personalized plans that may include dietary guidance, exercise programs, behavioral therapy, and sometimes medications. It aims to achieve sustainable weight loss and improve overall health.
No, clinical weight management is for individuals with varying degrees of overweight or obesity. It addresses health concerns related to weight and promotes a holistic approach to overall well-being.
Nutrition is a cornerstone of clinical weight management. It involves creating a balanced and calorie-controlled diet tailored to individual needs, promoting healthier eating habits and long-term weight maintenance.
While some people can make lifestyle changes independently, professional guidance from healthcare providers, dietitians, or weight management specialists enhances the effectiveness of the program and ensures safety.
Results vary based on individual factors such as starting weight, adherence to the program, and metabolism. Sustainable weight loss is typically gradual, aiming for 1-2 pounds per week, promoting long-term success.