DuPage Medical Group offers obesity medicine services

DuPage Medical Group, a large independent, multi-specialty physician group, said it will now offer obesity medicine services at its new weight loss clinic in Oak Brook.

Leading this new service line are Doctors Zaid Jabbar and Jeffrey Pua, who work alongside patients to help them achieve their wellness goals through individualized approaches to weight loss management at 3011 Butterfield Road, Suite 240 in Oak Brook.

 High blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, arthritis and sleep apnea are just some of the chronic conditions that can be caused by obesity. DMG’s Weight Loss Clinic specializes in obesity management services as well as medical consultation for metabolic disorders and weight control. Each patient receives a customized wellness plan that evaluates key health areas such as preventative care, metabolic disease, weight loss, cholesterol management and medication management. Obesity medicine specialists coordinate each patient’s care with other medical specialists, aiming to improve overall health and quality of life through weight loss management.

Dr. Jabbar is board-certified in internal medicine and obesity medicine. He earned his medical degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and completed his residency at Loyola University Medical Center. His medical interests include obesity, hyperlipidemia, preventative cardiology, diabetes, hypertension, preventative medicine, dermatology, COPD/asthma and allergy.

Dr. Pua is board-certified in internal medicine. He earned his medical degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago and completed his residency at Rush University Medical Center. His medical interests include obesity medicine, weight loss medicine, internal medicine and headaches.

“Our Weight Loss Clinic gives patients a resource that can help them improve their overall health,” says DMG Chief Operating Officer Donna Cooper. “We’re excited to have Drs. Jabbar and Pua lead the way in delivering obesity management services to our patients.”

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