We’re a different kind of weight loss solution, we’re licensed medical providers who specialize in weight loss.
Not just another commercial weight loss program. We’re unique in that we can prescribe holistic individualized treatments to solve your weight issues for life. It’s not just about eating less and exercising more, we treat you body, mind, and spirit.
Our program is about more than just weight loss.
We know what works. Our providers have over 30 years combined experience in successful medical weight loss.
Whether you have 15 or 150 pounds to lose, let us help you reach your goals and empower you to change your life, for life.
Meet our providers. The right medical and behavioral specialists to solve your weight issues for life.
Brandy Wiltermuth, ARNP
Bradley Butterfield, LMHCA
Marlene Sexton, LMFT
As a nurse practitioner and obesity specialist, Brandy has worked in weight and metabolic disease management for more than 12 years. She is a partner at Three Health Medical Weight Loss Solutions. She earned her nurse practitioner degree at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota, in 2004 and has worked in Hematology, Internal Medicine, Diabetes Management, and Obesity Medicine. The Obesity Medicine Association (OMA) calls this field of medicine the “science of hope,” and she couldn’t agree more.
Brad is the executive director and a partner at Three Health Medical Weight Loss Solutions; he is also a practicing psychotherapist. Brad holds a master’s degree in theology and has completed a post-master’s program in psychotherapy. While completing a year-long internship at Overlake Hospital, he discovered his desire to continue working in an integrative medical setting with other professionals to help patients live healthier and more fulfilling lives. Brad believes in transformation. He listens and partners in both his patients’ successes and their struggles.
Marlene is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a partner at Three Health Medical Weight Loss Solutions. She has 23 years’ experience as a therapist, including ll years working with weight loss surgery patients and selecting appropriate surgical candidates. Marlene’s extensive background with morbid obesity includes psychosocial predictors of success in bariatric surgery, psychosocial function in overweight and obese populations, eating disorders, and adult survivors of childhood abuse. She works closely with patients to address health-related quality of life issues.