Exercise Program

Exercise is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. At the Vitality Weight Loss and Wellness Institute you will receive a personalized exercise program based on your medical conditions. Our exercise physiologist is on staff to help transition you to a level of activity that is both enjoyable and optimized for weight loss success.

How is working with an exercise physiologist different than working with a personal trainer? Exercise physiologists are specialists who primarily work with individuals who have been affected by specific diseases and develop a physical regimen intended to improve their health. Instead, personal trainers are not required to have formal post secondary education and they usually work with clients that have specific fitness goals and teach them exercises that will help them achieve their goals.

Whether you have back pain, knee pain, diabetes or high blood pressure, our exercise physiologist is here to create a custom program for you.

The best part is that for many people, consultation and appointments are FREE, covered by insurance, and offered as one-on-one live instruction in our clinic or the comfort of your home via telemedicine!

Services we Offer

Weight Loss Program

The Vitality Weight Loss Program is a nonsurgical, medical program individualized to your specific needs and offers a comprehensive nutrition course, personalized meal plans, and behavioral therapy classes – all included!


Nutrition Course

The Vitality Nutrition Course is the only nutrition course in the country jointly written by an internal medicine physician who specializes in weight management and a cardiologist. Learn how to reverse your medical problems though food today.


Psychology of Eating Course

The Vitality Psychology of Eating Course is written and delivered by experts to help you understand WHY we make certain food choices. We help you get to the root of understanding the relationship between our minds and our plate.

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