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Shape Reclaimed


SHAPE ReClaimed™ offered by Dr. Sheena Joseph  

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EXTRAORDINARY RESULTS IN A

PRACTITIONER-MONITORED PROGRAM

SHAPE ReClaimed™ is a safe, effective nanomolecular dietary supplement created to decrease total body inflammation, enhance immune function, detox and cleanse–all while reducing excess weight.

  SHAPE ReClaimed is developed out of decades of clinical experience and is the foundation of our program. What we’ve discovered is that the synergistic combination of ingredients in SHAPE ReClaimed, along with our total wellness program, is having astounding transformative health benefits. The result, in addition to weight loss, is a re-energized, revitalized you!

  We must emphasize that SHAPE ReClaimed is practitioner-supervised and one part of an overall successful wellness approach and philosophy. It is not a “magic bullet” but when incorporated into the program’s protocol, along with sound lifestyle choices, the results are truly life changing. 

  FOOD IS MEDICINE.  THIS PROGRAM SHINES A SPOTLIGHT

ON NEGATIVE EATING HABITS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO

  COMMON HEALTH CHALLENGES.      

SHAPE ReClaimed™ Benefits

  • Reduce Inflammation
  • Enhance Immune Function
  • Detox & Cleanse
  • Enhance Metabolism
  • Safely Release Excess Toxic Weight
  • Decrease Pain
  • Improve Digestion
  • Increase Energy
  • Improve Sleep
  • Decrease or Eliminate Rx Dependency (With Practitioner Supervision)
  • Improve Blood Sugar, Blood Pressure and Blood Lipids
  • Improve Mood and Mental Clarity
  • Create and Maintain a Healthy Relationship with Food

SHAPE ReClaimed Features

  • Lifestyle Modification - Health Restoration Program
  • Healthy Anti-Inflammatory Nutritional Plan
  • SHAPE ReClaimed™ Nanomolecular Formula
  • The Complete Patient Guidebook
  • Consistent Monitoring Appointments for Urine Evaluation
  • Patient Education Tab at WWW.SHAPERECLAIMED.COM
  • Access to Facebook “OFFICIAL SHAPE ReClaimed™ Support Group”
  • Safe, Affordable and Sustainable Lifestyle that Supports Healthy Weight
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SHAPE ReClaimedProgram Includes

  • Initial Consult and Evaluation for SHAPE
  • Discussing Your “WHY” for Choosing SHAPE
  • Customizing the Program Based on Your Health History, Progress, Symptoms and Laboratory Results
  • Regular Monitoring, Which is Important for Your Long-Term Success
  • Functional medicine evaluation by Dr. Sheena Joseph

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Disclaimer: Independent SHAPE Practitioner’s Website is not owned
or operated by SHAPE ReClaimed. Any content outside SHAPE ReClaimed
webpage is not acknowledgement or expressed position of SHAPE ReClaimed.  

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

By Appointment Only

Sunday:

Closed

Location

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Sheena Joseph is an extremely personal and knowledgeable professional who takes the time to get to know her clients and deliver the long term care they need. Dr. Sheena not only treats her patients for pain relief but she also sets up an entire care plan that allows her patients to maintain their health long after they leave her office. I highly recommend Dr. Sheena."
    Mike Fritz
  • "I have been very pleased with Dr. Sheena's knowledge in nutrition and supplements. I would definitely recommend her when it comes to meeting your nutritional and chiropractic needs!"
    Debbie Vornkahl
  • "Started going again after a car accident. The whole staff was friendly and helpful. When my daughter started coming, Dr. Sheena was able to work on her quickly and keep her calm. She loves going there. I need to make an appointment for my son."
    Shani Richards

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