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KORT POWR is aimed at addressing the obesity epidemic by showing you how to make healthy lifestyle changes that will reduce your risk for many diseases associated with obesity. Obesity has reached epidemic proportions in the United States accompanied by an alarming rise in associated diseases. These diseases include: type-2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer, and osteoarthritis of the weight bearing joints (knees, hips, and low back). Weight loss has been demonstrated to be effective in the reduction of obesity-related diseases, while also improving pain, function and wellness.
KORT POWR helps you:
This program is covered by most insurance plans, especially when being overweight or obese is secondary to a common orthopedic problem such as joint pain or back pain. Your physician can refer you to this program if you have a primary orthopedic condition and an associated problem of overweight/obesity.
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