Richardson TX Medical Weight Loss Custom Diet & Health Services Launched

Richardson, Texas health clinic Richardson Pain & Wellness launched professional medical weight loss services including custom diet plans, exercise programs and effective hormonal supplements.

Richardson, United States - November 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Richardson Pain & Wellness, a health clinic based in Richardson, Texas, announced an updated range of medical weight loss services for patient in Richardson, Plano, Garland and the surrounding areas. The clinic integrates custom diet and nutrition plans, exercise recommendations and supplement programs to help each patient reach their body weight, health and fitness goals.

More details can be found at https://www.richardsonpainandwellness.com/medical-weight-loss.html.

The latest launch aims to provide patients with a research-based approach to weight loss that does not involve risky surgical procedures or unhealthy drugs.

According to the clinic, appetite suppressants and diet pills have been clinically demonstrated to cause a variety of long-term health issues, making them less than ideal for those looking for a safe way to lose weight.

The clinic uses safe supplements that work by promoting optimal hormone balance and thus improving energy levels, increasing the metabolic rate and promoting faster weight loss.

All patients benefit from a customized weight loss program designed by the two main doctors at Richardson Pain & Wellness. The team have decades of combined experience creating successful personalized weight loss plans for patients of all ages and health profiles.

Each plan includes a balanced custom diet, a suitable, easy-to-follow exercise plan, and safe supplements to promote healthy and sustainable weight loss.

With the latest update, the Richardson health clinic continues to expand its range of services according to the latest medical and scientific innovations.

The clinic’s commitment to high standards of quality and medical efficiency has earned it a strong reputation in Richardson and the surrounding areas, as reflected by its perfect 5-star Google rating.

A satisfied client said: “The team at Richardson Pain & Wellness is a great place with friendly staff. You walk in with pain and stiffness and walk out feeling way better. I have been going to this location for years for back maintenance and I usually recommend this place to friends and family in need.”

Richardson Pain & Wellness is a medical wellness clinic in Richardson, Texas that specializes in conservative pain management, testosterone replacement therapy, hormone replacement therapy, anti-aging treatments, vitamin B12 therapy, medical weight loss, joint injections, physical therapy, HGC therapy, thyroid treatments and other wellness therapies. For more information about low testosterone replacement therapy in Richardson call Richardson Pain & Wellness at (972) 907-1125 to schedule a consultation. Their office is located at Richardson Pain & Wellness 777 S Central Expy #6e, Richardson, Texas 75080 next door to Fish and Tails just off the Northbound Interstate 75 access road.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Z.
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Organization: Richardson Pain & Wellness
Address: 777 S Central Expy #6E, Richardson, Texas 75080, United States
Phone: +1-972-907-1125
Website: https://www.richardsonpainandwellness.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88934112

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