Prescription Weight Loss Anywhere in Texas
What is Prescription Weight Loss?
There are a lot of ways to lose weight. Some are successful, others not so much. If you are struggling with excess weight, your body and your health are struggling too. Prescription weight loss solutions offers many benefits that can’t be matched by fad diets or strenuous exercise programs. You need a weight loss program you can stick with and adopt as a lifestyle.
Our team at Ally MD provides a wide range of obesity medicine and wellness services, including prescription weight loss. They can help you achieve permanent weight loss.
At Ally MD, your doctor will develop a customized treatment plan to help you lose weight quickly and safely, with no unpleasant side effects.
Your weight loss plan may include:
  • Doctor-Prescribed GLP-1 medications, which includes Mounjaro, Wegovy, Ozempic, or Saxenda
In addition to weight loss medications, your doctor will also:
  • Perform physical examinations
  • Provide medical weight loss consultations
  • Order laboratory testing if necessary
  • Develop a customized weight-loss nutrition and diet
  • Develop a personalized health management plan 

You will also have the ability to message a weight loss expert, who can help and encourage you on your weight loss journey.

You should consider prescription weight loss if you:
  • Have an underlying medical condition that can be helped by losing weight
  • Are beginning to feel pain in your joints, back, legs, feet, and other areas of your body
  • Want to look thinner, healthier, and feel better about yourself
Losing weight can provide enormous health benefits. Losing excess weight can help prevent or manage many chronic disease conditions including:
  • Diabetes
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Obesity
  • Arthritis
  • Liver and kidney problems
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Breathing difficulties and asthma
To find out more about prescription weight loss and how it can help you, contact our team at Ally MD by emailing us at support@myallymd.com or by reaching out to our Treatment Coordinator here.