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Semaglutide Medication for Weight Loss

Semaglutide is an injection, administered once a week. It works by helping to reduce hunger and increase fullness after meals. In conjunction with a healthy diet and regular exercise, medication can help people achieve weight-loss goals in as little as six months.

In order to get the most out of semaglutide, it's important to practice proper hydration techniques before and after treatment. Make sure you drink plenty of water throughout the day and avoid caffeinated beverages, as these can cause dehydration. Keep an eye on your blood pressure before and after IV infusions, as low blood pressure may indicate dehydration.

If you’re looking for aggressive help for weight loss, taking semaglutide injections can be a great addition to your weight loss journey. It is the first once-weekly medication in its class that’s FDA-approved to help with chronic weight management, and it has been clinically proven to produce significant results – up to 12% more than without the medication!

Michael Lickteig NRP , LP, FP-C, MBA

Michael Lickteig, along with his wife Melissa, built Liberty IV Infusion Therapy to serve the North Texas community. Both Michael and Melissa are Nationally Registered Paramedics licensed in the State of Texas, and both hold National Board Certification as Certified Flight Paramedics. Their careers in emergency medicine span more than a decade working in prehospital emergency 911 and critical care transport, as well as on staff inside some of North Texas’ busiest emergency/trauma units serving both adult and pediatric populations.. Michael holds an MBA from the University of North Texas and Melissa a BS degree from the University of Texas Arlington. The Lickteig family has strong ties to the military and has established partnerships with retired veterans and first responder organizations dedicated to reducing the occurrence of suicide in these vulnerable groups. Their goal is to make care available and affordable to veterans, first responders, or anyone else who is struggling with chronic pain, TBI, or PTSD throughout the North Texas Region.

Melissa Lickteig NRP, LP, FP-C, BS



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