The National Weight Loss Programme
Innersense Aesthetics Medical is a certified partner of the National Medical Weight Loss Programme.
What is it?
The National Medical Weight Loss Programme (NMWLP) offers medical support, advice, and treatment options to help you on your weight loss journey which is approved by Nursing and Obesity Associations.
The programme is for patients with a BMI over 30.
How does it work?
Through using clinically proven prescribed medication that works by safely controlling your hunger through acting on receptors in the appetite control centre of the brain. As well, the treatment can help postpone the emptying of the stomach, causing you to feel fuller quicker and for longer periods. that are clinically proven. can help you lose weight, control your appetite & curb hunger & help release stored fat.
The programme must also incorporate a healthy diet a fitness programme
What happens first?
You will have a full medical consultation with one of our Registered Nurses who will take some measurements & discuss your overall health and well-being as well as go into detail past avenues explored. During this consultation we will assess your suitability for a medical weight loss programme. We will also discuss other options available to you via your GP & alternative weight loss therapies.
What happens throughout the process?
We will invite you back to clinic every 4 weeks to check your progress and continue to prescribe the treatments suitable. Once you have reached your ideal weight, we can then advise on a maintenance programme.
Any Programme must also incorporate a healthy diet a fitness programme.
Disclaimer: There are no guarantees that weight loss can be achieved thoroughly using force weight loss services.
Each month you will receive a follow up appointment.
Once you have reached your ideal goal, we will work with you to help you maintain.
- Initial Consultation (1 hour) £100
- Treatment Month 1 & Month 2 £250 per month
- Month 3 and thereafter £200 per treatment
- Follow up appointment per month Complementary