With the beginning of the New Year here, it’s a perfect time to think about the changes you want in your own life. The thought of change can bring on a number of emotions as well. There’s the excitement about starting something new, but it can also be daunting and intimidating. All of these responses are natural reactions. And I know it more than anyone else.

Every day I see patients who are so fed up with their lives. They’re ready to make a change in their lifestyle, in their health, but they don’t know how to begin. It’s this reason that change is so difficult because it requires you to take risks, try new behaviors, and experience life in different ways, looking at yourself in a new light, and then living that change in front of your family, friends, colleagues, and community. It requires accountability to your family, friends, colleagues, peers, but most importantly yourself, and it’s scary.

But that’s why I’m here. I want to help you take the first steps and start on a new path to well-being. And I want to do so in a way that is lasting because I know that failing is not an option for you. Let me help you discover how to make a life-long change that will restore your health and well-being, that will grant you a new ease on life. It won’t always be easy, but that’s the thing with change, if it’s important it never is. But I’ll help to make it as manageable and easy as possible because I know that to treat obesity you need find the root causes and not treat the symptoms.

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