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If you’ve tried to change your diet and increase your exercise to lose weight but not had meaningful results, you’re not alone. Weight loss can be hard, and that’s why the physicians at Collins Medical Associates 2, PC are specially trained in weight loss treatment to help you lose weight safely and effectively.
Our practice goes above and beyond merely diagnosis and treatment; we believe strongly in the importance of preventive care and patient education. It is through preventive care measures that our patients learn how to lead a healthier lifestyle, as well as avoid preventable illnesses. Additionally, our physicians and nurses will never rush you out the door. We take the time to listen to each patient’s concerns, understand their medical history, and speak to them in a language that they can understand. Our medical team is made up of compassionate people who truly listen, and that’s why our patients feel like family at our practice.
If you are seeking weight loss doctors in CT, look no further than Collins Medical Associates 2, PC. You can count on our team to care for all of your weight management and weight loss needs in a safe, healthy, medically-guided environment.
Collins Medical Associates 2, PC is proud to offer top-quality weight loss and aesthetic services to patients at our office located at 43 Woodland Street in Suit 120 in Hartford, Connecticut.
With 20 locations and 41 providers, access to a CMA 2 office is easy for those residing in Central Connecticut, or even other parts of the state. We believe everyone should have access to high-quality, compassionate medical treatment.
In order to provide advanced medical treatment and enable our patients to stay within the Collins Medical Associates 2, PC family, we proudly offer treatment in six specialities outside of weight loss treatment:
Weight loss treatment can include any number of surgical and non-surgical methods for reducing one’s body fat and weight, including
There are numerous benefits that a safe, appropriate amount of weight loss has on your long-term health and wellbeing, including:
A BMI of between 25 and 30 is considered overweight, and a BMI of more than 30 is considered obese. This alone may be enough reason for you to seek medical weight loss treatment at CMA 2, however, you should speak with your doctor before starting any treatment.
For some patients, weight gain that is due to a medical condition, certain medications, or a genetic predisposition can make it difficult to lose weight and keep it off. If you’re thinking about starting a weight loss treatment program, talk with your primary care doctor to see if it’s safe and appropriate for you to do so.
If you’re looking to maintain your current weight, or have recently lost weight and want to keep it off, consider using the following tools on a regular basis: