In this week's Healthy Living, Dr. Quint Jardine joins us on Studio10 to tell us about some new programs at the Medi-Weightloss clinic.
Jardine tells us about the success of the clinic, a new program for ladies, and a new program for teens called PowerPlay.
PowerPlay ™ is a physician-supervised weight loss program designed specifically to meet the needs of adolescents ages 12-18.
The program was designed by a team of trained professionals in Pediatrics, Childhood Psychology, Public Health, Bariatrics, and Nutrition and consists of individual and family consultation, a multivitamin supplement, and nutrition and exercise education. The medical staff at PowerPlay ™ is dedicated to providing our patients the support, motivation, and education they need to lose weight and transition to a healthier lifestyle. PowerPlay ™ is committed to empowering our youth today, so they can live a healthier tomorrow.
After the initial consultation, you will meet every 2 weeks with your PowerPlay ™ counselor. Your parents are asked to attend these meetings every other visit. These visits include the following:
- Consultation with a PowerPlay ™ counselor or physician to determine progress and overcome obstacles to success
- History and physical, including weigh-in and BMI plotting
- Journal review and recommended changes
- Exercise review and counseling
Why Choose the PowerPlay ™ Program?
- We provide weekly support, encouragement, and motivation.
- Our counselors educate you on how to lose weight in the real world, using real food.
- You will have access to current information about nutrition, delicious recipes, and text messaging food journaling and fitness tracking online.
- We teach you how to overcome temptations and win the weight loss battle.
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