Medical Weight Loss Program In Dallas, TX Celebrates Yet Another Positive Review

June 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Dallas Weight Loss, led by Michael Cherkassky, M.D, has received yet another 5-star review from an ongoing patient who is also based in Texas. Dr. Cherkassky and his passion-driven clinic provide an affordable and effective weight loss strategy that is customized to match each patient's individual needs. This is one of the best medical weight loss clinics Dallas TX residents can attend.

This new review marks a total of nearly 30 reviews for the local clinic, making it one of the best-rated in the area with an amazing overall review rating of 4.8/5 Stars on Google's platform. In the most recent review, Dr. Cherkassky's program was praised for showing very quick results, even though the program was not followed all the way through.

The review, written by Yahaira DeLeon a few weeks into the program, says, "I’ve only been doing this for a month and I've lost almost 14lbs. I didn’t follow the 1200 calories all the way. I got as close as I could. So imagine if you are hardcore dedicated to it. I still have a long way to go, but I see results."

This and many other reviews compliment the results achieved by the Dallas weight loss program, as well as the competence and extensive knowledge of Dr. Cherkassky himself. At the head of the Dallas Weight Loss program, he is an expert in his field, combining science with behavior modification in order to achieve the best possible results. He notes that losing weight is not always easy and adjusting one’s attitude toward food and diet is not something that can happen overnight, although it can be much easier under a professional's supervision.

Dr. Cherkassky’s program is designed specifically with this in mind, in a way that motivates the patients, showing results early on that are consistent and will not cause conflict with their normal routines and schedules. This is a very unique approach to weight loss, though it has been proven to work time and time again by the Dallas specialists. The renowned doctor states that, whatever the reason may be for a patient's initial weight gain, he will help them develop a healthy diet and provide the tools and supplements they need to achieve a healthy weight.

Notably, he believes that the weight reduction process does not mean depriving his patients of what they enjoy, but rather diminishing the number of calories consumed via these foods. The weight loss program concentrates on achieving steady results over a number of months, which are determined by the patient's possibilities and situation. During this period, a diet will be developed and reviewed multiple times, with the purpose of reducing the patient's cravings and calories consumption to a point where they are only consuming those calories that are needed to provide adequate energy.

The program itself is based on a 1200 calorie diet, which the clinic states are the key to healthy weight loss. Dr. Cherkassky has developed one of the most complete medical weight loss program Dallas TX has at its disposition, offering meal plan suggestions as well as medical supplements that will facilitate that the patient achieves quick, long-lasting results.

The Dallas Weight Loss program is renowned in the community for its excellence, providing detailed exams and continuous support throughout every patient's weight loss journey. This is only one of the ways that Dr. Cherkassky ensures his patients achieve great, long-lasting results, making sure they understand the different strategies that can be used to avoid overeating.

To track progress and ensure they do not strive away from the program, patients are required to check in at the weight loss clinic once a month, where their progress towards their desired result will be reviewed. This gives the clinic a perfect opportunity to make any necessary adjustments, as Dr. Cherkassky asserts that to achieve the best results, a diet may need to be changed multiple times during a patient’s weight loss journey.

The Dallas Weight Loss clinic is one of the best weight loss centers in the region. For more information, one may contact Dr. Cherkassky, who will gladly answer any inquiries regarding his renowned program. Interested parties may also connect with the clinic through their social media platforms to stay up to date with their latest news and announcements, or use the following link to learn more: Medical Weight Loss Center Dallas TX.

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For more information about Dallas Weight Loss: Michael Cherkassky, M.D., contact the company here:

Dallas Weight Loss: Michael Cherkassky, M.D.
Michael Cherkassky, M.D.
469-434-3380
contact@bestweightlossdoctor.com
12850 Spurling Road, Suite #110 Dallas TX, 75230

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