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Semaglutide Medical Weight Loss
As a clinically proven weight loss medication, semaglutide has helped countless patients reach their weight loss goals. Watch the video to learn how it works and how Charleston Pain Relief Center can help you achieve the best results.
Lipo B Booster Plus “The Skinny Shot”
Charleston Pain Relief Center offers an enhanced version of the “Skinny Shot” to help our patients improve overall health and lose weight at the same time. Learn more about how the Lipo B Booster Plus improves energy, metabolism, mood, fat reduction, and more!
Q.What is Semaglutide?
A.Semaglutide works by helping to reduce appetite, decrease food consumption, reduce hunger and increase feelings of fullness. When combined with a reduced calorie diet and increased physical activity, it can help you reach your weight loss goals and make lasting changes to your lifestyle.
Q. How does it work?
Say hello to your new health superhero – Semaglutide! This super powered health solution works by mimicking a hormone that targets areas of the brain involved in regulating appetite and food intake. This can help you eat less, giving you the power to fight off cravings and lose weight. Could Semaglutide be the hero your health needs? Find out now!
Q. How much weight will I lose?
Are you ready to join the fight against obesity and excess weight with Semaglutide? In a 68-week medical study, 1,961 adults with obesity or excess weight with a related medical problem saw an average weight loss of ~35 lbs (or ~15% body weight). That’s almost three times the weight loss of the placebo group! So, get ready to hit the ground running and join the Semaglutide revolution!
Are you ready to supercharge your weight loss journey? With Semaglutide, and some healthy lifestyle changes, 1 in 3 adults saw an incredible 46 lb, or more, (20% weight loss) in a medical study.
Q. How do I take it?
Semaglutide is administered by our clinical staff. Once weekly, with or without food.