Many questions — and myths — surround the topic of weight loss. We all know that making lifestyle changes like dieting and exercising is necessary for losing weight, but what would be most effective for our body and lifestyle? What are the best types of foods for us and the right amounts to eat, and should we take medication to help us along?
At Halley Medical Aesthetics, we are passionate about answering your questions and guiding you on the right path to weight loss and slimming. Our programmes are designed based on Dr. Terence Tan's philosophy that weight loss need not and should not be a painful and lonely journey. Here is an overview of our programmes:
During consultation with the doctor, he will design a weight loss programme based on your key body statistics, preferences, and lifestyle. It has to be not only safe but also practical to be effective.
You will undergo a full-body check-up that includes a full-body examination, body fat analysis, body mass index (BMI) analysis, waist circumference measurement, and blood pressure measurement.
To help you stay on track with your weight loss plan, the doctor may also prescribe food and drug administration authority-approved weight loss medications and nutritional supplements to aid you in your weight loss, and fat reduction therapies like CoolSculpting or body firming treatments to further contour your physique.
During your slimming counselling session, we will measure and analyse your key body statistics to determine your optimal weight and craft a nutrition strategy to help you achieve your goals.
One of the strategies may be meal replacement. Optifast is a meal replacement product by Nestlé dedicated to clinic-use, and which need to be consumed under the guidance of a doctor. It is a clinically-proven meal replacement product to help overweight patients lose excess weight, improve health, and lower weight-related health risks.
Saxenda is an injectable weight loss drug approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and local health authorities that can help overweight people lose weight and keep it off. Saxenda works like a hormone that your body produces that regulates appetite, known as glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1). By activating areas of your brain that regulate appetite, Saxenda may make you feel less hungry, which can lead to lower calorie intake and weight loss. Please consult the doctor or slimming counselor for more information on the medication and what to expect during the treatment process.
When combined with a healthy diet, exercise, and behaviour modification, weight management medication can set you up on a steady start to weight loss.Price List
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