Weight can be a touchy subject, especially when your weight starts to impact other aspects of your life. Obesity is a serious concern, not only due to the stigma, but also because it can lead to conditions like heart disease and diabetes. If you find that you can’t lose weight no matter what you try, a weight loss clinic in Dallas Fort Worth may be what you need.
Dr. Charlotte Hodges, a Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery who works as an Advanced Laparoscopic General and Bariatric Surgeon, has performed over 3,000 general and bariatric surgical procedures since 2011. You can count on her experience and expertise.
For some, weight loss feels nearly impossible. If this sounds like you, medical weight loss may be your best bet. Dr. Charlotte Hodges offers custom medical weight loss plans, which can include any combination of medication, metabolic testing, supplements, nutritional counseling and behavioral counseling services.
If you’re already experiencing health difficulties due to excess weight, you may benefit from surgical weight loss. Dr. Charlotte Hodges performs several types of surgical weight loss procedures, including laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy, laparoscopic gastric bypass, laparoscopic duodenal switch and revision surgery.
At Dr. Charlotte Hodges’s office, you’re covered by multiple weight loss options and 12 years of experience in weight loss surgery. However, that’s not all her practice offers. Along with expert bariatric care, her office offers in-house counseling with Dr. Collins Hodges, a licensed clinical psychologist and former bariatric patient.
Once a month, Dr. Charlotte Hodges offers a free online support group for current and former bariatric patients. These sessions are hosted by Dr. Collins Hodges and by Dr. Hodges’s licensed nutritionists. Support groups are just one of many ways this practice cares for and celebrates each patient and their story.
Ready to start your weight loss journey? Give Charlotte Hodges, MD a call at 214-937-4346.
Dr. Hodges highly recommends patients attend monthly support group meetings. The meetings are led by Dr. Collins Hodges, both a licensed clinical psychologist and someone who has had bariatric surgery himself. The support groups are offered on the first Monday of every month from 6:30pm – 7:15pm CST via an online GoToMeeting. The meetings are open to the public, and there is no charge to attend.