Weight Management

Manzanita Lake

Wellness and Weight Management Clinic

The Wellness and Weight Management Clinic at the University of Nevada School of Medicine is the only University-based wellness and weight management clinic in Nevada. The clinic provides comprehensive weight and health management care. The solution to losing weight and keeping it off is not "dieting." Learning new healthy habits and building them into your lifestyle in a way that works for you can help you improve the quality of your life and help you keep the weight off long after you leave the program. Our specialized staff is dedicated to your success and will be there with you every step of the way. The clinic offers a variety of programs and services to meet your specific needs.

HMR Healthy Solutions Weight Loss Program  is an award winning diet program developed by Health Management Resources, the nation's leading provider of weight-loss programs in the medical community. The program uses low-calorie read-to-eat meals and shakes in conjunction with support, accountability and support provided by trained registered dietician. Average weight loss is 30-34 pounds in 12 weeks.

Energy Balance Weight Loss Program is a multi-disciplinary team approach tailored to your needs and goals. This medically supervised program uses individualized daily calorie and physical activity prescription , online nutrition log, weekly accountability and support from physicians, registered dieticians, clinical exercise physiologist.

Medical Nutrition Therapy is administered by registered dieticians who perform a comprehensive nutrition assessment. After the assessment and diagnosis, the registered dietician works with you to develop a plan and nutrition intervention based on practice guidelines. Your progress is monitored and evaluated over subsequent visits with the registered dietician. Medical Nutrition Therapy is appropriate for a variety of diseases and conditions including: hypertension, dyslipidemia, diabetes type 1, type 2, celiac disease cirrhosis, Crohns disease, food allergies, HIV/AIDS and oncology.