Primary Care Doctor in Wylie - Internist in Wylie Texas
Dr. Kene Anamekwe is a board certified internist and has been providing Primary Care Services in Wylie and other Texas cities for a decade. Her vision is to educate and empower her patients to be proactive for their health so that they reach optimal wellness and not reactive to get it back. She works in collaboration with her patients and negotiates optimal treatment plan which is compatible with her patient’s lifestyle.She also offers chronic disease managementand obesity care.
Dr. Kene Anamekwe has a passion for her patients’ health and overall well-being therefore leading them to achieve optimum health. She is enthusiastic about every patient who approaches her with health problems. She provides outstanding patient care and adheres to current standards of evidence based medicine.
Dr. Kene Anamekwe provides care at Vivify Wellness Center located in Wylie, Texas. Her personality is such that she is easy to talk to and she exudes compassion. Your willingness to trust her with your health will come naturally during your interaction with her.
Dr. Kene Anamekwe is currently welcoming new patients and looks forward to building long-lasting relationships with her patients, and to improve and maintain their health. Most major forms of insurance are accepted! At Vivify Wellness Center patients are treated humanely, with 100% courtesy, dignity and respect.
Vivify Wellness Center is also a "Lifestyle Medicine Clinic" promoting wellness and reversal of Obesity comorbid condition through Physician Assisted Weight loss and appropriate lifestyle intervention to keep the weight off long term.
It is not uncommon for people with unhealthy weight to think it is their fault. “My excess weight is a result of the fact that I don't eat right or I eat too much or I’ve just been lazy or I wasn’t exercising as much as I should or I am just not strong willed”. Your weight gain is not your fault. It is not because you are lazy or lack will power. Your excess weight is not a result of a character flaw but rather a consequence of excessive sugar and sugar products contained in most processed and packaged foods on the shelves in your grocery store today. Excess carbohydrates and sugar get stored as fat in the body especially around the mid-section.
The current obesity trend is the result of our decades long "low-fat" craze which mandated the food industry to take fat out of our diet and thereby replacing it with excessive sugar. When fat is gone from food, it tastes like cardboard so sugar was added in excess to make food more palatable again. It was previously thought that fat was the reason for the increase in heart disease in our communities, but now we know otherwise.
We also services Murphy, Sachse, Garland, Rowlett, Richardson, Plano, Allen, Parker and surrounding areas.
Come talk with our staff today and see how you can take back your life!