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7 Ways Maryland Pain And Wellness Will Help You Get Rid Of Unwanted Weight

While the holidays are meant to spend time eating comfort foods with family and friends, The beginning of the year is all about fitness and health which is why we invite you to visit Maryland Pain and Wellness to find out about our multi-component physical and therapeutic approach to health, fitness, and weight loss programs that will get you on back on track in 2019.

What are your weight loss goals? Would a weight loss diet plan help you focus on short and long-term weight management goals? You will find that writing down your goals and keeping track of daily eating and fitness activities will help you commit to your goals.

One of the greatest benefits of using Maryland Pain And Wellness Center is the access to expert medical oversight from Dr. Henry Achampong and a team of physical, aquatic, and nutritionists who are on site to help you succeed in successful weight management.

Physical activities are critical components of weight loss. The Department of Health and Human Services recently recommended 150 minutes of moderate activity and 300 minutes to maximize health benefits. When you lack the resources at home to meet these guidelines, it is beneficial to work with healthcare professionals to form an exercise plan.

Aquatic exercises offer you a host of weight loss benefits including a change in physical therapy routines that is low-impact. It is also an ideal form of exercise for people who are obese, have joint pain, are elderly, have arthritis, or have injuries or pain. Walking in water or swimming laps will also reduce the pressure and pain on your back or feet.

Do you know what weight loss foods promote a healthy and fit lifestyle? A nutritionist will be able to help you decide on healthy and wasteful calorie consumption as well as how food goes through different gastrointestinal metabolic pathways during digestion which affects hunger levels, calorie burn, and hormone levels.

If you are obese or find weight management difficult, you have access to weight loss medication. If you want to avoid weight loss pills, weight loss surgery is also available.

We work as an integrated team of weight loss specialists who build on each other’s strengths to deliver results whether you have not had success from weight loss programs or is a first timer at a weight loss clinic. We advocate your success regardless of the reason including holiday weight, obesity, or weight loss after baby delivery.

As a patient at Maryland Pain and Wellness clinic, we have all of the resources on site to help you build a weight loss plan or offer appropriate exercises and nutrition health that gets results.

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