Phoenix, AZ – Shed Rx, a new and leading telehealth clinic for weight loss, has announced its Compounded Semaglutide weight loss program available throughout the US.
Describing the medication-assisted weight loss program, the company noted that they aim to revolutionize how people approach weight loss. It is offering patients a less rigorous solution that addresses common concerns like regular physical activities, calorie-controlled diets, and more. With Shed Rx’s Compounded Semaglutide solution, weight loss enthusiasts can now overcome the common challenges of weight gain while blocking the fundamental problem that makes weight loss harder to maintain.
The prescribed Compounded Semaglutide works by suppressing hunger, thus discouraging patients from eating more and fundamentally addressing the source of their weight gain problem. The weight loss medication has been applauded among medical practitioners and weight loss enthusiasts as a “game changer,” assisting in reaching weight loss goals without the traditional setbacks.
The effects of the medication have been further proven scientifically, with studies showing patients shedding over 15% of body weight in the shortest possible time frame while also reducing calorie loading through appetite suppression.
Introducing the affordable, cost-effective, and user-friendly weight loss solution to all, the clinic’s spokesperson said they’ve created a simple, 4-step process that allows all interested persons to take advantage of the breakthrough weight loss formula from anywhere.
The spokesperson noted that their process begins with patients signing up on their website and sharing more about their health and medical history. The signup process will also include sharing a bit about each patient’s weight loss journey to allow the team to design a more personalized experience. Once signed up, patients will meet with a board-certified clinician who will review their assessment and develop an appropriate treatment plan for them.
Patients will then receive the appropriate weight loss prescription based on the analysis and assessment earlier carried out by the clinician. The last phase of the process will involve weight loss measurement to ensure patients are hitting their goals and are satisfied with the outcomes.
The company’s spokesperson, speaking on the distribution of Shed Rx Affordable Compounded Semaglutide noted that they currently serve patients nationwide. He noted that they are committed to ensuring that more people find the right, healthy, and affordable weight loss solution that meets their needs while also addressing the problem holistically.
Shed Rx noted that they have made treatment affordable at only $49 for an initial Prescription Appointment. Patients can further subscribe to either of the monthly weight-loss plans with Compounded Semaglutide medication to reach their goals. The plans cost $199 and $299/month, respectively and come complete with the medication, access to the Shed Rx Care Team, shipping, needles, alcohol wipes, and free follow-up visits with the providers.
The medication-assisted weight loss program is accessible, allowing interested patients to contact the team online without the stress of commuting to and from a clinic. Patients can expect to easily reach the Shed Rx Care Team who will handle their queries and questions. In addition, the team also offers regular check-ins to ensure patients are staying up to date with their medication and experiencing results.
Patients using the Shed Rx medication-assisted weight loss solution will have access to flexible payment options, including credit card, debit card, FSA, and HSA. Patients can also discuss their preferred payment plans or options with the treatment team for clarity and dedicated support.
Shed Rx remains committed to making weight loss accessible to all while helping patients improve their health, wellness, self-esteem, and self-image. Start the weight loss journey with Shed Rx by visiting their website.
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