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Chill Cryotherapy Now Offers Tirzepatide!

Tirzepatide is the generic name for the prescription medication Mounjaro and Zepbound. Tirzepatide has been shown to cause more weight loss than any other medication in its class, including Semaglutide.

How does Tirzepatide lower your blood sugar and help you lose weight?

Tirzepatide lowers your sugars in multiple ways.

  1. It slows down the speed at which your stomach empties food into your intestine. This helps manage your blood sugars after eating while leaving you feeling full longer.
  2. It increases insulin production.
  3. Tirzepatide tells the liver to slow down glucose production and release, decreasing blood sugar levels.
  4. It improves satiety, so you feel full faster. Most people eat less, leading to weight loss. Many patients can keep the weight off because they change their eating habits & relationship with food!
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Pricing

We offer several options:

  • Physician Consult/Rx + Month 1 (2.5mg) injections $399 (Reg $449)
  • Month 2 (5.0mg) injections $449
  • Month 3 (7.5mg) injections $549
  • Month 4 (10.0mg) injections $649
  • Month 5 (12.5mg) injections $749
  • Month 6 (15.0mg) injections $849

Tirzepatide treatment expenses are HSA and FSA-eligible!

Why is Tirzepatide special?

Tirzepatide and Semaglutide are both GLP-1 inhibitors, meaning they mimic a hormone that reduces appetite.  Tirzepatide imitates a second hormone called GIP, which, along with reducing appetite, may also improve how the body breaks down sugar and fat—leading to even greater weight loss!

How Often Do I Take Tirzepatide?

You will be prescribed one injection of Tirzepatide per week. You can receive this in our clinic, or we can ship the medication directly to you for self-injection.

How much weight loss can I get with Tirzepatide?

Patients in clinical trials lost an average of 15-22% of their weight with all the doses of Tirzepatide, 5mg—15mg.

Is Tirzepatide approved for weight loss?

Currently, Mounjaro and Tirzepatide are approved for diabetes treatment but not specifically for weight loss. The FDA is still reviewing the clinical trials, and they should be approved later this year. This is why many insurance companies will not cover Tirzepatide/Mounjaro for weight loss or Diabetes control.

What are the potential side effects of Tirzepatide?

  • Nausea                        (12 – 18% experience)
  • Vomiting                     (2 – 6% experience)
  • Diarrhea                      (12 – 14% experience)
  • other GI-related issues

Most of these are transient and go away over the first several weeks. Generally, we have observed fewer side effects related to Tirzepatide than Semaglutide. So it's a great choice if you have tried semaglutide and had side effects. We can also recommend switching to Tirzepatide from Semaglutide if you hit a weight loss plateau.

What are the doses and pricing for Tirzepatide?

We offer the LOWEST pricing for Tirzepatide anywhere!

Patients start at the lowest dose and must remain at each dosage for at least 4 weeks.

How Can I Get Started with Tirzepatide @chill?

Click Here to Fill out the Intake Form to Get Started with Tirzepatide (Generic Mounjaro and Zepbound) @Chill

You can also scan this QR to get started!

Where do you inject Tirzepatide?

We inject Tirzepatide subcutaneously in the abdomen (avoiding the belly button area), thigh, or upper arm.

Will You Ship Tirzepatide to my location?

YES! If you are not local or cannot come into the clinic to receive your injections, we will gladly ship you Tirzepatide monthly injections. We can ship semaglutide directly to YOU! Items purchased from ChillRx Cryotherapy are the purchaser's sole responsibility once they leave our location. We photo-document ALL injections that leave our premises, including those shipped. There are NO REFUNDS for vitamin or medical injections after they leave our location.

What if I miss my dose of Tirzepatide?

Let’s say you take Tirzepatide every Friday and forget to take it this Friday. You can take it on Saturday or Sunday and go back to every Friday the following week. If more than four days have passed, skip the missed dose and administer the next dose on your regularly scheduled day.

Can I take Tirzepatide earlier?

If you take Tirzepatide every Saturday and go on a short weekend vacation, you can take it a day earlier and then go back to every Saturday the following week.

If I have taken Semaglutide and I had side effects or it did not help me lose weight, can I try Tirzepatide?

Yes, different patients will respond differently with efficacy and side effects. We usually recommend trying Tirzepatide even if Semaglutide did not work.

Who Cannot Take Tirzepatide?

  • Do not use Tirzepatide if you or any of your family have ever had a type of thyroid cancer called medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC).
  • Do not use Tirzepatide if you have Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia syndrome type 2 (MEN 2).
  • Do not use Tirzepatide if you are allergic to it or any of the ingredients in Tirzepatide or Carnitine.
  • Type 1 Diabetics

Are there additional benefits associated with Tirzepatide?

  • A1c reduction: Trial participants with A1c levels starting at/above 8.0% experienced about a 2.5-point reduction.
  • Weight-loss: The most significant weight loss compared to any other similar medication. The average weight loss after 52 weeks was about 25 pounds, with trial participants taking the highest dose (15 mg), losing about 27 pounds, and on the lowest dose (5 mg), about 17 pounds.
  • Reduction in triglycerides and cholesterol: After 52 weeks, the highest dose of Tirzepatide reduced total cholesterol by about 5.6%, triglycerides by 22.5%, LDL cholesterol by 7.9%, VLDL by 21.8%, and increased HDL by 10.8%.

What are the potential side effects of Tirzepatide?

Inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis). Stop using Tirzepatide and call your healthcare provider right away if you have severe pain in your stomach area (abdomen) that will not go away, with or without vomiting.

Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). Our doctor requires that you stop taking other medications that can lower your blood sugar, such as metformin.

Serious allergic reactions. Stop using Tirzepatide and get medical help right away if you have any symptoms of a serious allergic reaction, including swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat, problems breathing or swallowing, severe rash or itching, fainting or feeling dizzy, and very rapid heartbeat.

Kidney problems (kidney failure). In people with kidney problems, diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting may cause dehydration, which can worsen kidney problems. It is important to drink fluids to help reduce the chance of dehydration.

Severe stomach problems. Sometimes, severe stomach problems have been reported in people who use Tirzepatide. Tell your healthcare provider if you have stomach problems that are severe or will not go away.

Vision changes. Tell your healthcare provider if you have changes in vision during treatment with Tirzepatide.

Gallbladder problems. Some people who use Tirzepatide have had gallbladder problems. Tell your healthcare provider immediately if you get symptoms of gallbladder problems, including pain in your upper stomach (abdomen), fever, yellowing of skin or eyes (jaundice), and clay-colored stools.

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