A personalized weight loss program, like clothes should be tailored to fit the person
Obesity is a medical condition and therefore should be treated by a medical doctor. People are considered obese when their body mass index (BMI), a measurement obtained by dividing the person’s weight by the square of the person’s height exceeds 30 kg/m2.
The most common cause of Obesity is excessive or wrong food intake and lack of physical activity although there are a few cases which are caused by genes, endocrine disorders, medications or illness. That is why our effective and medically supervised program can help you. It is tailored to personally fit you and your life style.
Highlights of our weight loss program:
- The program is supervised by a board-certified, experienced, specially trained physician.
- No contracts. No hidden fees.
- The program is designed to lose body fat, not muscle (so our patients not only end up looking better, but also improve their overall health and self-confidence).
- Multiple weight loss choices – prescription meds, non-prescription meds and dietary supplements.
About the Doctor
Dr. Sarkar MD is a Board-Certified physician who has been practicing in Southern California for over 16 years. He has a Master’s and Doctoral degree from UCLA. He completed his residency and training at USC and did graduate and post-doctoral research at UCLA and USC. He is currently an adjunct faculty member at the USC Keck School of Medicine.
Dr. Sarkar developed an interest in obesity after seeing numerous patients in his practice struggling with their weight and the associated medical conditions like diabetes mellitus and hypertension. He obtained special training and started practicing bariatric medicine in 2005 and has helped hundreds of people lose weight, using his unique combination of medications and diets. He is a member of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians (ASBP).
Dr. Sarkar has been named among America’s Top Physicians since 2003 and has been listed in the Global Who’s Who. He was featured on the cover of ‘Southern California Physician’ in 2003.