Ask Your Healthcare Provider

At The Davis Clinic, providing you with tools and resources for success is second nature to us because we understand what it takes to reach your weight loss goals. That’s why we’ve created our “Ask Your Healthcare Provider” section. This resource allows you to submit questions about your specific needs and concerns regarding weight loss, vitamin, mineral and protein supplementation, questions about healing, or other issues that may arise as you go through our program. We try to answer all questions submitted, but cannot guarantee that your question will be posted permanently online, so we suggest that you check back often to review questions that were selected for publication here. All questions will be answered via email even if they are not selected for posting to our website.

Please note that questions about possible complications or medical emergencies should not be posted here. If you are having a medical emergency, you should seek medical attention immediately.

As a reminder, many of your questions have already been addressed and can be reviewed in our Frequently Asked Questions.

Submit A Question 

  • Please keep your questions brief, complete both the subject line and actual question, then click submit
  • Your privacy will be protected and your personal contact information will not be shared.  Information on this site is not to be considered a substitute for the advice of your own physician and health team.
  • By submitting a question to this website, you acknowledge and agree that no medical advice, diagnosis or treatment will be or has been given to you, and no patient relationship exists between you and any provider responding to questions on this website. The information provided on this website, including any specific responses to questions you may pose, is not to be considered medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. 
  • You should not delay contacting your physician if you have a medical problem or concern. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, you should contact 911 and seek treatment immediately.