Whether you’re battling obesity or a few extra pounds, the road to weight loss is deeply personal. It’s a journey filled with hardships, wake-up calls, and uncomfortable highs and lows. At Medical Weight Loss of Cherry Hill, we tip the scales in your favor.

With a unique combination of Western medicine, emotional support, and holistic measures, we strive to significantly reduce a patient’s risk for many diseases — diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, and cancer. Our customized programming will match your weight-loss needs specifically, providing a long-term, sustainable solution and partnership.

The Process

Losing weight can be a losing battle especially when you haven’t found a customized program that fits your mindset and your personal best. And, if we’re being transparent, our team hasn’t only “seen” the pain of weight loss; we’ve lived it too. And today, we live for something else… your personal breakthrough.

New patients will have a full review of their past medical history, pertinent family history, current medication regimen, diet, exercise patterns, nutrition and eating patterns, and their history of weight loss or gain.

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We Are Proud Partners and Providers of OPTIFAST®

The OPTIFAST® program, which usually lasts 26 weeks, is a medically-supervised weight-management program that closely monitors and assesses progress towards better health and emotional well-being. The program utilizes a meal replacement plan that transitions to self-prepared ‘everyday’ meals, in conjunction with comprehensive patient education and support.

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