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If you are serious about optimal fitness and losing up to 50 pounds in as little as 90-days, then Optifit is for you! At last, a weight management program that is physician-monitored and dietitian-directed, provides behavioral support, and utilizes a professional trainer-all to get you looking and feeling great! We're here to help get you started on our medically directed, proven effective, non-surgical weight loss program that is designed to elevate your wellness and revitalize your life.

Located in Post Falls, Idaho, Optifit offers you the care and support you need to help you achieve your weight loss goals and restore your health. Our attentive staff is here to assist you and answer any questions or concerns you have about non-surgical weight loss.

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