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Medical Weight Loss

Maintaining a healthy weight is vital to good health, invariably, this means that if you are overweight or obese, losing weight is a medical issue. Our medical weight loss programme is first of its kind in Nigeria and we employ world class approach to ensure that our client have the best of services. At EHS medical weight loss programme, we are highly dedicated to the overall health and wellbeing of our client. We make use of a comprehensive multidisciplinary medically proven evidenced based research in bringing about the best quality service.

Our programme is also unique because we render a customized service i.e we individualize our approach. This means no two client would experience same programme structure. We take time to ensure that you are the core of our services by putting you first. No matter how little or much weight you like to lose,our team of expert are always available to provide precise and smart strategies to lose weight and to stay healthy.

Our programme is;

  • Medically focused
  • total care; we provide a balanced weight loss programme that combines medical treatment, nutrition, exercise, and psychological support
  • uniquely designed for you
  • continuous; we provide a weight management maintenance programme even after weight loss.
  • Cost effective.


Our programme treats both male and female who are 18 years and above who have a BMI of 30 and above and have found it difficult to lose weight. We also work with the primary care physician in the management of patient with medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, polycystic ovarian syndrome.etc who are overweight or obese and require a specialized care in losing weight.


Dr. Dayo Osholowu

Dr. Adedayo Osholowu: He is the director of EHS Sport Medicine Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation Service, a pioneer of sport medicine in Nigeria and renowned Sport Medicine Physician in Africa.

His professional focus is football medicine and he is an alumnus of the prestigious FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence Johannesburg where he earned a postgraduate certification in football. He received his initial postgraduate training in sport medicine from the medical commission of the International Olympic committee (IOC) and the Federation de International Du Sport Medicine(FIMS) in 2006. Prior to this, he had completed training at the centre for shoulder elbow and sports medicine at Columbia university New York. He completed his basic medical training at the college of medicine university of Lagos.

His most recent international appointments include sport Medicine consulting positions with Athens 2011 Special Olympics World Games Medical Team, South Africa 2010 FIFA World Cup and medical team, consulting Sport Medicine Physician 2009 African Hockey Championships and Ghana 2008 African Football Cup of Nations Medical Teams. He has also won medals and received a personal recognition for his service to the Nigerian Male and female Hockey National teams. Locally he has served as a doctor to the Lagos international half marathon, BG Lagos Triathlon, Dodan Warriors and Lagos islanders professional basketball teams.

He his a member of the FIFA international football medicine and international federation of sport medicine. His main research area is sport injury prevention, and he has published more than 20 original research articles review papers and book chapters.


Dr. Saka Kazeem

Head of Endocrinology Service.

He his an award-winning physician whose MD degree was obtained at the prestigious university of Ibadan. He subsequently obtained his postgraduate training in New York at the Interfaith Medical Centre, a state university of New York Downstate affiliate in internal medicine and fellowship in endocrinology and metabolism.

Dr. Kazeem has been practicing as a consultant endocrinologist for the past 20 years with additional certification in Nuclear Thyroidectomy, fine needle aspiration biopsy and clinical bone densitometry.


Mrs Onabolu

Manager EHS Women and Children Health Services.

Mrs Onabolu is a nurse and mother. She is licensed to practice in Nigeria and the United Kingdom. She received her basic nursing training at the school of nursing Lagos state with additional training and experience working with the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom.


Mr Seun Fadina

Physical Fitness Trainer.

Seun Fadina previously served as manager of the Lagoon Hospital sport medicine service where he was a responsible for all clinic operations and support functions across 3 sites in the hospital network. He is currently undergoing certification as a physical Trainer with the American College of Sports Medicines. In 2012, he served as the physical fitness trainer of the Dodan Warriors 1st Division Professional Basketball Teams.


  • Medical assessment of weight, body composition ananlysis, clinical laboratory evaluation to identify related diseases.
  • Nutritional assessment to know current dietary habit with the aim of helping our client developing good dietry habit
  • Physical activity; our experience physical trainer helps you to identify your current level of physical activity and also helps you to increase physical activity through well defined exercises.
  • Medical therapy; we sometimes make use of drugs as required
  • Psychological and counseling; we believe losing weight goes beyond drugs or exercises. Our highly qualified counselors and psychologist are always available to support you psychologically throughout your programme.
  • Regular follow up; we provide weight maintenance programme. We provide a quarterly weight maintenance session to reinforce health life style.
  • Beriatric surgical referral


Reaching and maintaining a healthy weight is a long-term challenge for most people. Losing weight goes beyond cosmsesis, it’s also vital for good health. Overweight or obesity are risk factors for diseases such as;

  • Heart disease
  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Infertility
  • Cholecystitis
  • Depression
  • Some cancers: e.g endometrial cancer


Social and economic complications of being overweight are:

  • Negative stereotypes
  • Depression


BMI CALCULATOR………Weight(kg)/Height(m2).

  • 5-24.9…………..NORMAL
  • 25-29.9……………….OVERWEIGHT
  • 30-39.9………………..OBESE
  • ≥40 …………MORBIDLY OBESE


  • How much does the programme cost?
    Fee vary for each individual 
  • I have diabetes mellitus. Can I be on this programme?
    We have an endocrinologist and other specialists to ensure best services. We also would work with your primary care physician to get relevant histories. 
  • How often do I visit?
    Visit depends on each client. 
  • What is obesity?
    Check info 
  • What kind of specialist do you have?
    Check above
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