WolMed Medical Weight Loss


WolMEd Medical Weight Loss is one of the fastest, safest, and most effective ways to lose weight. It will help you shed those extra pounds that you’ve been unable to lose with other failed weight loss attempts in the past. Unlike those past failed efforts, our physician-supervised weight loss program is a proven way for you to meet your weight loss goals. Our weight loss protocols will help you enjoy a fast and easy way to lose weight.


We offer a fast, sustainable and safe medical weight loss program administered by doctors who make your weight loss a priority. Our goal is to help you achieve your ideal weight quickly and efficiently with a protocol designed for you to keep it off.


WleMed Medical Weight Loss has a team of doctors who want to help you achieve your ideal weight as an essential part of your overall health and well-being. Our Medical Weight Loss Doctors realize that other weight loss programs that focused on slow weight loss had very high drop-out rates because people want instant results, whereas our program results in significant and rapid weight loss which is far more effective in keeping patients motivated and committed to their weight loss goals for the long-run. Quick and long-lasting weight loss is the key to the success of our weight loss participants. WolMed Medical Weight Loss believes that our weight loss protocol is the most exciting weight loss option available for our patients. Our team is made up of doctors who will provide all of our patients with the support and guidance they need to be happy and successful in their weight loss. 


Other weight loss programs can be trying and disappointing. The doctors and staff at WolMed Medical Weight Loss can help you reach your weight loss goals. Research shows that teaming with a doctor increases your ability to achieve greater, longer-lasting results.

Call us today at (940) 220-6386 to schedule your consultation.


The most exciting part of our weight loss program is that our patients can lose up to 1 or 2 pounds per day when they commit to their weight loss goals.


  • Reduce or Eliminate Food Cravings
  • Feel better about the shape of your Body
  • Increase Your Energy
  • Burn Fat In Hard-To-Lose Areas
  • Train your body to Keep Excess
    Weight Off Forever



Weight loss may seem like a daunting task for many. It’s a goal that requires dedication and persistence. It’s fairly easy to start a weight loss program because you’re excited, your energy is high and you’re motivated by an achievement of great results, but it can be a bit of a challenge to stick to it. But the greatest challenge in weight loss falls upon the following 10 mistakes you could be making. These small obstacles will help you realize how easy they are to overcome and that weight loss is actually very doable.

1. Underestimating How Much Time You Have

Most people don’t want to start weight loss programs because they believe that they “don’t have the time for it.” But guess what? This is a scapegoat to avoid the topic altogether. Generally speaking, there is probably no “good” time to start losing weight, but that’s why you have to make time. Understandably, if you’re moving across country, just found yourself a brand new job or jet-setting off for a European tour, then it probably isn’t the best time for weight loss. But if you’re simply making the excuse because you’re “too busy”, then you need to throw out that attitude and start thinking more optimistically.

2. Keeping Your Weight Loss Plans to Yourself

Strangely, one of the greatest motivators in the world is failure. If you don’t tell anyone about you weight loss plans, you’re subconsciously giving yourself the freedom to break rules and be more lenient. By telling those who are close to you gives you greater strength to persevere and accomplish what you set out to accomplish. They will be there to motivate you and keep you in check.

3. Not Planning Ahead

Apart from determination and perseverance, a lot of weight loss depends on your organizational skills. Planning meals for the week, allotting times in your day for exercise, and being mindful of your overall schedule to fit in your weight loss plans. You have to be able to look clearly ahead of present in order to see the goal in mind. Approaching weight loss with a “maybe I’ll do it today” attitude also promotes that leniency you are trying to avoid.

4. Not Keeping Track of Your Progress

The lack of immediate gratification in weight loss also discourages people from the goal. But you have to know beforehand that this journey is a gradual incline toward the top. It can be easy and effective if you make the right decisions, and you’ll most definitely see progress along the way, but you have to keep track of that to witness it and not expect sudden spikes of positive results. Make note of the smaller accomplishments and the big picture will always seem closer at hand.

5. Limiting Yourself to “Diet” Foods

A big mistake that people make when they begin a weight loss program is limiting themselves to only diet foods. Diet foods are those with reduced fat or “low-everything” as a means of cutting calories. But these foods are also loaded with other unhealthy ingredients to make up for the lack of flavour. A better alternative is to eat fresh food instead of preservatives. They’re better for you and they keep you fuller longer.

6. Eliminating Treats

You may or may not have a sweet tooth, but every once in a while you may need something absolutely delectable and satisfy those cravings. Cutting out treats completely does not help your weight loss plan or your urge to fight temptation. There is no need to eliminate treats, you simply need to learn how to eat them in moderation or make them a healthier if you’re baking.

7. Skipping Meals

Skipping meals is simply not healthy or beneficial for your weight loss program. Eating less and having irregular meal times doesn’t give your body the proper nutrition that it needs to run throughout the day. Eating regular and balanced meals supplements your body better and makes it safer and easier to lose weight.

8. Cutting Calories and Over-Exercising

Weight loss relies heavily on maintaining the right balance. Many think that they can alter one aspect of their diet or exercise routine and see significant and sustainable results, but that actually makes it harder on the body. If you’re cutting calories and over-exercising, then your depleting nutrients and vitamins faster than you can replenish them – this is not healthy and dangerous. You need to be able to make small moderations in both aspects of your life. Don’t focus heavily on one and neglect the other!

9. Not Getting Enough Sleep

You have to let your body rest up from a full day of activity! If you think 5 hours of sleep is enough, you’re very wrong. You have to get at least 7 hours of sleep a day – but 8 would be ideal. Give your body the chance to recharge for a new day. Adequate sleep means a better and healthier metabolism.

10. Being Impatient with Results

Weight loss results tend to have a slow beginning. You feel like you’re putting in the effort but not obtaining the desired results. But you have to remember that your body needs time to catch up to your mind. Progress will be slow at first, but once you’ve made your weight loss plan a routine, you’ll realize that losing weight is the bonus to a healthier life.

Make note of these common mistakes if you’re beginning a weight loss program. Always remember that dedication, organization and patience is key. Keep on top of your goals and you’ll be on your way to a happier and healthier you!


8 steps to prepare for your weight loss program

You’re ready to make a commitment and shed the weight off for good. You’ve tried it numerous times before, but the routine and the dedication never stuck. But you’re ready to have one more go at it, and this time you’re enlisting WOLMED to help you see it through. Our physician-supervised weight loss program is a proven way for you to meet your weight loss goals. We will help you get to where you want to be with fast and easy methods. But if you want to make this as easy as possible, then we suggest you mentally prepare yourself beforehand; after all, it is a lifestyle change.

1. Come in for a Weight Loss Consultation

It all starts with an action. Taking the first step to schedule a consultation tells your mind and body that “you’re doing this!” You’ve made the effort to receive guidance on your journey, so from here on out it’s a matter of continuing these actions. You’ll get a better sense of where you are currently and where you want to be, as well as what the program entails.

2. Ask Yourself if it’s the Right Time

Committing to a weight loss program takes both time and dedication. The plan isn’t so you can JUST lose weight, but so that you’re on the right track to curving bad habits and living a healthier lifestyle. That means you need to put the time in to train your body to adopt these habits. If you’re in the middle of another lifestyle change – like getting a new job or moving to a different location – then reconsider if this is the right time to commit to weight loss. If not and you don’t have any other huge commitments to worry about, then let’s get to it!

3. Set Your Weight Loss Target – Write it Down!

Set an obtainable goal for yourself.  Setting something far beyond your limits won’t help your motivation and dedication. Make the goal realistic and write it down! If you tried losing 20 lbs a month last time and couldn’t stick to it, then make it 15 lbs this time, or even 10 lbs. Once you’ve accomplished that goal, the increase the amount for the next cycle. It’s much more encouraging to accomplish small goals then struggling your way to a larger goal.

4. Outline the Benefits

Write a list of what is you will gain after or during this experience. Is your goal to feel healthier and better? Are you wanting to lose weight for a certain event? Do you think weight has been an obstacle toward your happiness? Whatever it may be, write ALL the benefits down and post the list somewhere that you’ll notice every day. These benefits will keep you motivated to where you want to be.

5. Change Your Vocabulary

It’s amazing how much our subconscious actually affects our conscious mind. Instead of saying things like, “I’m going to try to eat healthy this week” or “I hope I wake up early enough to go for my jog,” say “I will.” Saying that you “will do” instead of “you’ll try” is setting yourself up for smaller goals. It’s becomes a necessity rather than something that you might get around to.

6. Eat Before You Go Grocery Shopping

Have you ever noticed how you end up leaving the grocery store with more than you intended when you’re hungry? When you’re hungry, your cravings are put into high gear. Your brain is being stimulated by all sorts of junk food and you’re more tempted to put them in your basket. If you go grocery shopping on a full stomach, you’re less inclined to buy more food – the grocery list will be full of necessities rather than “wants.”

7. Know What’s in Your Food

Most people aren’t even aware of what nutrients, vitamins or proteins are in the foods they eat. Make it a habit to look at the nutritional values on your packages, or look it up. Once you start seeing what foods are benefitting you, and what foods aren’t doing any good for your body, you’ll start making better choices. Remember, the fresher the better!

8. Have Rewards in Mind

Another way to keep you driven along the way is to have little rewards in mind. If you’ve accomplished what you set out to accomplish in 2 weeks or a month, then treat yourself to something fun! Perhaps there’s a dress at the mall that caught your eye or a small gadget at the local tech shop.

Weight loss doesn’t have to be a complete intervention of your life if you don’t want to. It takes a few tweaks here and there, as well as reinvented mindset. The biggest obstacle to weight loss is your mentality. If you’re not in the right head space to do it, then it’s going to be more of a challenge. But if you’re committed to enriching your life for the better, then it’s just another task to tick off.

For many, weight loss goals are set this time of year. As you probably know, our medical weight loss is one of the most effective ways to lose weight. It’s safe and fast and our team of medical professionals are here to guide you along the way.

Check out our weight loss testimonial videos from Patrice and Diane  that highlight how we’ve been able to help them with their journey. Both women have currently lost about 20 pounds or so each and are still on target with their weight loss goals.



When it comes to weight loss, we make sure that each program is geared towards the needs of the patient and that realisitic goals and protocol is set to help keep the weight off. Each patient has their weight loss protocol charted out for them as we track and monior progress. In fact, some patients have even been known to lose up to a pound or two a day!

Call us at (940) 220-6386 to learn more about our process, or visit the wolmed weight loss page. We can help you eliminate those cravings that keep you eating and trim unwanted fat off your body. Many weight loss programs focus on slow weight loss and have a high rate of dissatisfaction from their participatns, because people desire to achieve quicker results. We’ve taken an approach of fast, medical weight loss with serious coaching in order to keep our patients motivated. This of course requires committment from both parties, but you’ll find that your results are attainable. We don’t only keep quick weight loss in mind: we’re here to help you keep it off in the long term as well.

The time to feel better is now, so don’t delay. See what others are saying and then give us a call. We’re here to help and you can regain your confidence and be beach-body ready in no time.

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