You’ve Found The One That Works!

Our physicians and trained staff work with you to develop a program that will help you lose weight and feel great!

The Method Health Weight Loss Program is not just another diet – it’s a physician-supervised and clinically-proven approach that helps our patients achieve and maintain a healthy weight. Our professionals focus on preventive medicine. After medical tests and in-depth consultation with each patient, our medical staff creates an individualized and comprehensive plan for each patient.

There are many health risks of obesity and excess weight, but countless men and women struggle to erase stubborn fat and lose the weight. At Method Health in Ft. Lauderdale, our weight loss specialists with extensive experience and an in-depth knowledge of obesity medicine. Using a carefully selected and customized combination of treatment methods, our Doctors provide effective weight management and the support you need to reach your healthy weight loss goals. 

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Weight loss FAQ’s

What are the health complications associated with obesity?

Obesity can increase the risk for a multitude of medical conditions, including:

+ Cancer
+ Arthritis
+ Diabetes
+ Depression
+ Inflammation
+ Osteoarthritis
+ Fatty liver disease
+ Cardiovascular disease

Excess body weight exerts more pressure and stress on your organs, bones, and muscles.

How does medical weight loss work?

Medical weight loss entails regularly scheduled visits with a medical professional who’s trained in weight loss. Our Doctors combine effective weight-loss therapies, such as:

+ Nutrition training
+ Diagnostic testing
+ Behavioral counseling
+ Rehabilitative exercise
+ Medications and pharmacotherapy
+ Valuable information and education


Our Doctors incorporate nutrition and emphasizes eating foods that energize and fuel your body. Our Doctors provide nutritional supplementation, individualized meal plans, and meal replacement products.

What medications are used to help with weight loss?

Our Doctors utilize pharmacotherapy when necessary. Most weight loss medications come in pill form.

Contrave is a medication believed to work on two areas of your brain, your hunger center, and your reward system, to help you lose weight and control your cravings. Contrave contains two medicines, naltrexone, and bupropion, to reduce hunger and control cravings.

Phentermine is a prescription appetite suppressant that can help weight loss by decreasing your hunger or making you feel full for longer. Phentermine is a stimulant, similar to an amphetamine that affects your central nervous system.

Qsymia also works to control your hunger cravings and give you around-the-clock control. Qsymia is taken once a day and contains phentermine to reduce your appetite and topiramate to help you feel full. It might also alter the taste of certain foods to reduce the pleasure of eating.

Belviq is a weight loss medication that targets a hunger receptor in the brain and can be taken either once or twice daily. Lorcaserin is the active ingredient that helps you feel satisfied with less food and is gradually released throughout the day.

Individual results may vary from person to person.

It’s simple. We created Method Health to improve the lives of everyone we meet by making high-quality whole-body health care accessible and convenient. Your life. Optimized.

Step 1:

Get started with a comprehensive in-office or, online doctor visit.

We begin by talking with you. And listening. You’ll have questions and so will we. From there, we help you make an informed decision so together, we can map out your best course of action.

Step 2:

Review your treatment plan.

A Method Health Provider will then review, with you, your custom program tailored to your individual needs.

Step 3:

Shipped to your door.

We’ll deliver your medication quickly and discreetly, so you can get to know your treatment in the comfort of your own home. If you have questions, we are here to help.

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