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How Can We Help You Lose Weight?
Dr. Sendi is Board Certified in Obesity Medicine and uses multiple interventions to treat excess weight, eating disorders, and sarcopenia (low muscle mass). He also has completed the Master’s program in Lipidology and evaluates cholesterol disorders and cardiac and vascular risk.
Why Treat My Weight Problem?
It’s not just the weight, but also where it is located. Fat tissue is inflammatory and causes metabolic disorders of aging such as high blood pressure, diabetes, sleep apnea, and even cancer to occur at more rapid rates. Fat tissue located in the abdomen or around your organs such as the liver and heart will increase your risk of heart disease and even cirrhosis.
We Assess This At NOVA Health Recovery Through:
Bioimpedance measurements to assess muscle mass, metabolic rate, and amount and location of the adipose tissue.
KORR metabolic measurements using an indirect calorimeter to know EXACTLY what your metabolism is
Extensive metabolic panels to determine gut health, hormonal health, cholesterol risk, and nutrigenetics through gene testing. This can help guide the best diet plan
The most medically-proven methods for weight loss are medical meal replacement. For those who need to narrow their focus on food choices, we offer:
- Other FDA approved medication support
- HCG treatment plans
Based on your metabolism and metabolic assessment, we can provide IV vitamin support such has high dose B vitamins, vitamin C, trace minerals, magnesium, and amino acids to accelerate your metabolism and weight loss.
While standard lipid screening plays an important role in risk assessment, residual cardiovascular risk can still be significant despite management of traditional risk factors.1
Recent data suggests that even after statin therapy, residual risk still exists in many patients.2
Going beyond standard lipid panels to assess lipoprotein and apolipoprotein risk factors may provide deeper insights into the residual risk of your patients.
Patients who may benefit from advanced testing include those with:
- Established CVD
- Metabolic syndrome
- Elevated LDL-C >=190 mg/dL
- >=5% estimated ASCVD risk
- Other traditional risk factors, including
- Age (men >45 years; post-menopausal women)
- Family history of premature onset of CVD
- Unhealthy diet, excessive alcohol intake, smoking, and/or stress
- Low HDL-C
Are You Ready To Start Living Life On Your Terms Again?