Dr. Rogers has been utilizing safe weight loss medications throughout her medical career by way of practicing bariatric and internal medicine. Dr. Rogers follows the recommendations of the American Society of Bariatric Physician’s weight loss anorectic guidelines.
Each patient’s medical history is individually assessed for the best weight loss medication combination based on an assessment of current medical problems and expected absorption.
Multiple studies have shown that the integration of weight loss medications into a weight loss program can increase weight loss success.
The ability of appetite suppressants to increase the sensation of fullness and decrease the appetite complements all of Dr. Rogers Weight Loss Programs.
1) A gain of 5 lbs. or more over 16 years increased the sum of risk factors for coronary heart disease by 20% in men and 37% in women.
2) A reduction in weight by 5lbs or more decreased the risk factor sum by 48% in men and 40% in women.
*Relationship between weight change and coronary heart disease risk factor sum: Framingham Offspring Study