Weight Loss Specialist

Suburban Medical & Wellness Center

Medical Clinic & Wellness Center located in Schaumburg, Algonquin, and Hanover Park, IL

With today's average American diet, losing weight on your own can be more difficult than ever. The team of medical and health care professionals at Suburban Medical & Wellness Center, serving people in and around Schaumburg, Illinois, are well known for their dedication to helping people reach their weight loss goals. Call Suburban Medical & Wellness Center or use the practice’s website to book an appointment online today and finally start shedding those pounds.

Weight Loss Q & A

What weight loss plans do you offer?

The team at Suburban Medical & Wellness Center focuses on helping you lose weight through internal medicine, chiropractic care, diet, and exercise. Before determining the best weight loss plan for you, they calculate your body mass index (BMI).

You’re considered overweight if your BMI is between 25 and 29.9, and obese if it’s above 30. Depending on where you fall in this range, the team develops the most accurate and individualized plan for you. One of the go-to procedures at Suburban Medical is the lipotropic B12 weight loss injection.

What is a lipotropic weight loss injection?

If eating right and exercising are not making a visible difference in your weight, then getting a lipotropic B12 weight loss injection — which is rich in lipotropic nutrients — may be the perfect solution.

Lipotropic nutrients are essential for helping your liver remove fat from your body. When you don’t have enough lipotropic nutrients, your body will likely slow its metabolism, making it very hard for you to lose weight.

The lipotropic B12 injection generally contains:

  • Methionine
  • Inositol
  • Choline
  • Vitamin B12

All these components play some role in the metabolism and removal of fat, and having the right balance of them in your body can make it much easier to reach the weight loss goals of your dreams.

What are the risks of being overweight or obese?

Over 30% of adults and over 17% of the children in the United States are obese. Among the possible serious consequences of obesity are heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes.

Heart disease

Heart diseases linked to obesity can be mild to severe. Heart diseases increase the risk of developing:

  • Blood clots
  • Stroke
  • Coronary artery disease
  • High blood pressure

High blood pressure

If you’re overweight or struggling with obesity, your body is actually applying added pressure to your blood vessels, and the heightened pressure might damage your artery walls. High blood pressure can also cause a stroke or heart attack.

Diabetes

Obesity also commonly causes Type 2 diabetes, which creates resistance to insulin and raises your blood sugar.

The team at Suburban Medical & Wellness Center gives you real solutions for managing your cardiovascular health and losing the weight you’ve been carrying around for too long. When you’re ready to lead a healthier, more active life, call the dedicated and friendly health care professionals to learn about your medical weight loss options.

*Individual results may vary