men’s health

Bodyline offer a range of medical weight loss, low dose naltrexone and low testosterone treatments


Bodyline offer a range of medical weight loss, low dose naltrexone and low testosterone treatments

We provide personalised low testosterone treatments, low dose naltrexone treatments as well as safe medical weight loss programmes, geared towards improving life quality and overall health and wellbeing.

Whether you’re looking to shed some weight and improve your overall health or are fed up with low moods, fatigue, decreased sense of wellbeing and libido loss, Bodyline will work and Bodyline cares. 

We can diagnose and normalise testosterone levels in men effectively by addressing symptoms of low testosterone. Our gold standard approach to treating Low Testosterone is personal to you and tailored to your blood tests and personal symptoms. Our unique approach to boosting testosterone, prescribing essential vitamins and supplements together with nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle advice will optimise your health and wellbeing. 

Medical Weight

We offer safe, effective, and affordable medical weight loss treatments.  We support you to lose of up to a stone in the first month of our medical weight loss programmes, in clinic or at home. We prescribe from a range of safe and effective weight loss medications tailored to you and support you to reach your weight loss goals and maintain your ideal weight in the future.   We prescribe from our range of weight loss medications, assist with changing eating habits, and advise you of lifestyle changes.


Low dose naltrexone (LDN) is prescribed by Bodyline Medical Wellness Clinics as part of a supported patient treatment plan. Our clinical team will prescribe an optimum dose of LDN that will be titrated during the treatment programme. Our specialists will also provide you with consistent support to improve your overall health and wellbeing.

Our clinical team will support you to getting back to feeling more like you.

Latest Bodyline medical treatment news

The aim of this year’s World Menopause Day on 18th October is to raise awareness of the links between menopause and the potential risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in women. Given that around 13 million women in the UK, or a third of the female population, are currently in the perimenopause or menopause stage, and that CVD is responsible for 35% of deaths in women each year, it’s an issue that really can’t be ignored. Here’s what you need to know…
One of the most important things that you can do to mitigate the risk of coronary heart disease is to make healthier lifestyle choices like upping your exercise, cutting down on alcohol, cutting out tobacco, maintaining a healthy weight and eating a balanced diet. Even small steps can all add up and make a big difference towards alleviating menopause symptoms and maintaining a healthy heart.
Menopause is a natural transition in a woman’s life, usually between the ages of 45 and 55, when her ovaries run out of egg cells and production of oestrogen and other hormones declines. The average age for a woman to reach menopause in the UK is 51, although around 5% of women naturally go through early menopause. Early and premature menopause can also be brought on by other extenuating circumstances including certain medical conditions and treatments.

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