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Medical Weight Loss Program

New Heights Behavioral Health’s Medical Weight Loss Program is designed for individuals looking to lose weight safely and effectively. We help you take control of your life and health by fighting against obesity-related illnesses such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and coronary artery disease.

After reviewing your medical history, we’ll discuss your weight loss goals. Our providers will customize a treatment plan tailored specifically for you. 

  • Wellbutrin
    Wellbutrin is an antidepressant and works as an appetite suppressant. It’s a norepinephrine and dopamine reuptake inhibitor and blocks transporters for norepinephrine and dopamine, which increases the amount of both chemicals in the brain. Wellbutrin helps with emotional eating and lack of energy.
  • Lipotropic M
    Lipotropic (lipo m) injections also called lipo injections, lipotropic MIC injections, or lipotropic B12 injections—are injections administered to increase fat metabolism and boost wellness. Lipo-M turns fats, carbohydrates, and sugars into energy and includes Vitamin B, all used to help facilitate weight loss. Lipo-M is a mixture of lipotropes, amino acids, and vitamins in an injection intended for weight loss. Lipotropes work to reduce fat production in the body.
  • Semaglutide
    Semaglutide belongs to a class of medications called glucagon-like peptide-1(GLP-1) receptor agonists and is used to manage diabetes. Semaglutide works by mimicking the effects of GLP-1, subsequently, decreasing blood sugar. These reactions also lead to delayed gastric emptying and send a signal to the brain that the stomach is full. For weight loss, Semaglutide reduces hunger and increases energy.
  • Topamax
    Topamax is a prescription medication approved for the treatment of epilepsy and migraine headaches but has also been used for weight loss. People taking this medication can lose between 15-20% of their baseline bodyweight with increased doses.
  • Do you accept commercial insurance?
    Yes, NHBH accepts most commercial insurances. We strive to make our services accessible and affordable.
  • Are the Providers at NHBH professional?
    Yes, all Providers at NHBH are licensed by their respective state boards and/or national certifying bodies. Each provider undergoes a rigorous hiring process, and their credentials are verified prior to their employment with New Heights Behavioral Health.
  • Who is New Heights Behavioral Health (NHBH)?
    New Heights Behavioral Health (NHBH) is a virtual behavioral health practice that aims to provide accessible behavioral health services to individuals with limited access to such services. We offer a range of treatment options to address your behavioral health needs from a holistic perspective.
  • How do live video sessions work?
    Once you schedule an appointment, you will receive an email to set up your patient portal. On your designated appointment date and time, you will click on a provided link to initiate the live video session.
  • Do you prescribe medication?
    At NHBH, we may prescribe psychotropic medication to treat your behavioral health condition. If you and your Provider determine that medication is necessary, we will send your prescription directly to your pharmacy.
  • Is a virtual behavioral health visit comparable to a face-to-face visit?
    Yes, virtual visits are just as effective as face-to-face visits in most cases. However, certain situations, such as acute psychosis, may require an in-person visit.
  • How can I get started?
    To get started with New Heights Behavioral Health, simply click here to begin the process.
  • What other forms of payment do you accept?
    In addition to accepting commercial insurance, we also accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. We also honor Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA).
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