Treatments

  • Diabetes Management

    The pancreas is situated just below the stomach and produces enzymes for the digestion of food, and the hormones insulin and glucagon for the regulation of blood glucose. The pancreas consists of a group of cells called the islets of Langerhans, which produce and store the hormone.

  • Exercise

    According to the US Dept of Health and Human Services guidelines, it is recommended that for general health benefit, one should be getting:

    150 min/week (about 30 mins 5 x/wk) of aerobic exercise plus
    Strength training (muscle resistance training) 2 x/week

  • Nutrition

    How your body responds to the foods you eat is determined by the nutritional content of the food itself, as well as your metabolism.

  • How to avoid weight regain after bariatric surgery

    Many factors go into keeping the weight off after a person loses weight, even after bariatric surgery. Often, the weight loss that occurs over 1 to 2 years after surgery can stall or people start regaining weight.

    How can one maintain weight loss or avoid weight regain after bariatric surgery?

    An Article from the American Diabetes Association highlights key factors critical for success to avoid weight regain. Below are 9 areas of behavior change they highlight that crucial to maintaining weight loss.

  • Pharmacological Treatment

    Pharmacological Treatment

    Overweight and obesity are now recognized as chronic medical conditions. As such, they require life-long treatment. In addition to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, treating complications of weight, as well as treating medical conditions that cause weight gain, we also need to address excess weight itself.

  • Behavioral Psychology

    Behavioral Psychology

    Coming soon

  • Metabolic Rate Analysis
  • Pregnancy-related Weight Loss
  • Pre-operative Weight Loss