San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) December 05, 2013
Women's Comprehensive Clinic for Internal Medicine recognizes that a major health challenge for some women is losing weight and actually keeping it off long term. With obesity becoming more prevalent, San Antonio now has a new option for shedding unhealthy pounds. The Medical Weight Loss Today program from the office of Dr. Rosemary Castoreno M.D. offers physician supervised medical weight loss which is safe, effective and affordable; designed to complement your diet and exercise efforts. The clinic performs comprehensive evaluations to determine best options available to each individual’s specific needs. Medical weight loss requires a general physical exam, comprehensive blood test, EKG, total body composition analysis, and evaluation by a board certified Internal Medicine physician to determine your individual needs.
In most cases medical insurance can be used to cover cost of initial medical exam and laboratories. Once individuals are evaluated and no contraindications are found, medical weight loss options include prescription appetite suppressants, Lipotropic “fat burning” injections, hCG injections, vitamin therapy, and / or meal replacements.
Women's Comprehensive Clinic for Internal Medicine is located just north of downtown San Antonio, near the Pearl Brewery on 1611 N. Alamo in the Government Hill Alliance neighborhood. Office hours are Monday through Thursday from 7:30am - 5pm and Friday 7:30am - 2:30pm. The office is currently accepting new patients. For more information please visit their website at http://www.MedicalWeightLossToday.com or give them call at 210-332-9155. Call today for details on special pricing offer on all Lipotropic injections from December through January or to schedule your medical weight loss evaluation.
About the company:
Women's Comprehensive Clinic for Internal Medicine believes in disease prevention and maximizing the potential for optimal well-being through education. Their mission is to enlighten patients through knowledge and self-empowerment, allowing women to make informed decisions, thereby taking charge of not only their own health but that of their families’.