913-381-6900 info@pierceclinic.com

Weight Loss. Wellness. Solutions.


Our services range from weight-loss programs – giving you the latest in healthy weight reduction medical care to education and follow up – to Aesthetic, laser technology to health care services, designed to give the patient the best in overall health.

Make an Appointment

Our staff is dedicated to working with your schedule for the best times for your convenience. We are intent on never making you wait – we know our patients are busy people.

Body Analysis

Schedule your appointment today to come in for your free body analysis to dialogue about your:  metabolism, percentage of body water, percentage of body fat, ideal weight, and goal weight.


How do I know if I am obese?
Can being overweight lead to health problems?
Is any fat healthy?
What steps should I take to lose weight?
Is exercise necessary to lose weight?

 Why Us?

Reason 1

Professional, medical staff with over 30 years of experience in alternative health care

Reason 2

Caring staff, committed to helping patients achieve health and aesthetic satisfaction

Reason 3

Cutting edge technology, education, and medical care


For over 30 years, Pierce Medical has been the leader for alternative health care in Kansas City. Our proven medical weight loss system has helped thousands of men and women successfully reach their ideal weight.

In addition to weight loss, we also offer Health Services and Aesthetic Services. Giving our patients a wide variety of services enables us to give the best possible solutions for their health concerns.

Our professional staff is knowledgeable, supportive and always confidential. We will be happy to work with you and develop a personalized program that best fits your lifestyle.

Our programs are not just about improving how you look on the outside, but how you feel on the inside. There are countless health benefits to losing weight. When you lose weight you also reduce the many risk factors associated with Metabolic Syndrome, like heart disease, diabetes, and strokes. The American Heart Association estimates that over 50 million Americans have it.