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Medical Weight Loss

Support to achieve and maintain your goal weight

What is medical weight loss?

We understand that weight loss and weight management is a journey that goes beyond diet and exercise. That's why we offer a comprehensive medical weight loss program designed to transform your life. Our program is led by Dr. David Girardi, a board-certified expert in Osteopathic Medicine and Obesity Medicine. With his guidance and expertise, we provide a personalized and evidence-based approach to help you reach your weight loss goals safely and effectively.

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Medical Weight Loss Medications


Semaglutide is the newest FDA-approved treatment for obesity. Coupled with healthy eating & exercise, this drug has been shown to reduce 10 to 15 percent of body weight in obese individuals. It does so by mimicking the hormone GLP-1 to slow down the release of sugar into your bloodstream.


This will help decrease cravings and appetite and also make you feel full faster by controlling specific areas of your brain that regulate food intake.


Tirzepatide is unique because it’s the first combination of two classes of medications: a glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonist and a glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide (GIP) receptor agonist. Therefore, Tirzepatide is known as a dual GLP-1/GIP receptor agonist.


GLP-1 and GIP are both incretin hormones, which are hormones that are released after eating. Tirzepatide works by mimicking their effects.


This includes telling the pancreas to release insulin after eating and signaling the liver to lower the amount of glucose it’s making. These effects help you feel full, slow down digestion, and lower blood sugar.

Medical Weight Loss Program Requirements

  • A tele-health consultation with our specialist, Dr. Girardi

  • Weekly injections

  • Monthly follow-ups

  • Recommended 3-5 month commitment


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Initial Consultation: $125

Follow-up appointments and 4-week supply: Starting at $299

InBody 570 Body Composition Analyzer

Understand your body fat, muscle, and water levels with an easy, non-invasive, accurate body composition analysis. Our InBody Scanner can provide personalized insights in under 60 seconds.


How does it work?

InBody devices use an advanced form of Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) that combines direct segmental measurements with multiple frequencies to precisely measure body composition.


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Friendly, professional, inviting and relaxing! I’ve had semeglutide here with AMAZING results. I can’t wait to see how this increases my confidence! You walk in and from the minute you’re greeted it’s like you’re meeting up with your bestie and you’re going to walk out feeling refreshed and relaxed. Remarkably clean without feeling institutional. I 10/10 recommend you come and see them!

–Kim S.

  • How do IVs work?
    Intravenous therapy bypasses the gastrointestinal tract enabling your body to absorb 100% of the vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. This method quickly and effectively hydrates your body, resulting in a more energized, healthier and better you!
  • What is an IV bar?
    An IV bar is a place where guests can receive IV therapy — usually an IV bag containing 1 liter of saline with a combination of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants of your choice.
  • What is an IV bag?
    An IV bag is a small plastic bag that contains a unique combination of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that are diluted into 1 liter of saline. All IVs are administered by experienced registered nurses.
  • Why are vitamins and antioxidants important?
    Our bodies need a consistent amount of vitamins and minerals to promote homeostasis and optimal health. Vitamin deficiencies can contribute to a variety of acute and long-term conditions. Antioxidants are an essential part of maintaining a healthy immune system, detoxifying your body, and removing free radicals that can contribute to cellular damage. Antioxidants also play a role in energy production.
  • Who will administer my IV?
    One of our registered nurses will administer your IV during your IV Therapy. Our medical staff consists of fully licensed and accredited registered nurses, as well as an established doctor who works as our Medical Director. You’re in good hands at Infinity Hydration & Wellness.
  • How long does IV therapy take?
    IV Therapy typically takes around 30-45 minutes depending on your unique needs and the type of IV therapy you’re receiving. This is a comfortable place for you to relax while improving your health and wellness.
  • Can a child get IV therapy?
    Children can get IV therapy; however, we do not treat minors (under 18 years of age).
  • Does IV therapy hurt?
    Typically, not at all. We pride ourselves on using high-quality products to make your treatment as comfortable as possible. If desired, we can administer a numbing spray at the injection site prior to your IV therapy treatment.
  • What are the potential side effects?
    Other than feeling great afterwards, IV Therapy side effects are minor and temporary. The most common side effect is possible bruising and soreness at the IV site. Far less common side effects include: Risk of infection Allergic reaction Our medical professionals are well-versed in identifying and managing side effects in the rare case that it should happen.
  • How often can I get IV therapy?
    Everyone is different and has unique needs. Some people respond best to a weekly treatment while others may only require a single session per month. Factors that determine IV Therapy frequency: Physical activity Nutrition Quality of sleep Stress
  • What types of IV therapy do you provide?
    Our IV therapy treatments are tailored for symptoms that occur with over indulgence, health and wellness, altitude sickness, immunity, athletic recovery, anti-aging, and fatigue.
  • Do I need to make an appointment?
    Appointments are preferred, but not necessary. Walk-ins are welcome, or you can book online or call us at (570) 935-0091 to guarantee your appointment.
  • Do you take insurance?
    Our services are typically far less expensive than the copays associated with billing insurance. Because of this, we do not accept private health insurance, Medicare or Medicaid. We do, however, accept FSA and HSA accounts.
  • Do you accept tips?
    As health care professionals, we appreciate the offer, however, we do not accept tips. The best tip is you leaving feeling your best!
  • Who is NAD+ for?
    The majority of people making use of the NAD+ IV infusion are busy executives and high-performing athletes that are looking for an energetic boost and heightened clarity. Most patients describe the effects of this treatment as “calm clarity.”
  • What is NAD+?
    NAD+ (Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a Vitamin B3 derivative that has been successfully utilized for many, many years in intravenous protocols to help people struggling with addiction. Craig Koniver, MD made the groundbreaking discovery that combining the NAD+ with his FastVitaminIV® greatly helps people with depression, anxiety, PTSD, TBIs, neurological diseases, and executive functioning.
  • How long does it take to administer NAD+?
    Each treatment takes 1-2 hours on average, though some people may complete it faster than this.
  • What happens at the end of the NAD+ treatment?
    At the end of an NAD+ treatment, the FastVitaminIV® portion is pushed in 1 to 2 minutes.
  • What is the recommended “loading dose” of NAD+ and how close together should I get them?
    The majority of patients start with a loading dose of 5 treatments, but some patients do need more than this and start with a loading dose of 10 treatments. The treatments are best given as close together as possible.
  • After the NAD+ loading dose, how often should I get a maintenance “re-up”?
    For the maintenance phase, most patients get one IV per week or even one IV per month after the loading dose. Each patient is unique.
  • What can I do during the 1-2 hours of NAD+ treatment?
    During the treatments, patients are free to read, work on their computer, or simply lay back and relax.
  • Is the NAD+ you use safe?
    The NAD+ protocol we use is very well-tolerated and, according to the manufacturer, has helped children as young as 12 years old, as well as adults in their 80s.
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