Midi is changing the lives of real women 40+
“Midi gave me the right advice and medications—I’ve lost 25 pounds!”
“The Midi team was genuinely interested in my entire history, my progress, and my outcomes. I’m finally on the right track. Thank you, thank you!!”
“I came to Midi because I experienced unexplained weight gain. Running marathons, eating keto—none of it was working. I went to multiple providers and couldn’t get answers, but my Midi clinician was able to identify a hormone imbalance. She put me on a regimen of holistic care and now I’m 10 pounds lighter, I’m running, I have energy again.”
“Midlife for me meant weight up, energy down, and foggy brain due to less sleep. Midi helped me take a closer look at my health and re-balance my hormones, giving me just the support I needed. I am back to my ‘regular’ clothes with more energy and a sharper wit!”
Powerful, personalized treatment
Midi taps into a range of solutions to support your healthy weight goals:
The hormone-weight connection
Meet Midi's clinical leaders
Our protocols are defined by our Midi medical advisors, doctors with decades of experience in women’s midlife health.
Our protocols are crafted by doctors with decades of experience in women’s midlife health, and delivered by trained and certified clinicians.
We listen to your experience and work closely with you to build a Care Plan that fits your medical history, genetics, and approach to health.
Your body is always changing. We adjust your plan in response, fine-tuning your treatment to provide meaningful, lasting relief.
DR. Kathleen Jordan
MIDI CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER
DR. MINDY GOLDMAN
Clinical Professor, Department of Ob/Gyn and Reproductive Sciences at UCSF and Midi Chief Clinical Officer
Dr. Heather HIRSCH
Chief of clinical quality at midi health
DR. sheila bouldin
professor of OB/GYN and director of the Women’s Health Division at the University of Mississippi Medical Center
DR. PAULINE MAKI
Professor of Psychiatry, Psychology and OB/GYN at University of Illinois Chicago
TORI HUDSON, N.d.
professor and former medical director at national university of natural medicine
Dr. Lauren Greenberg
board-certified plastic surgeon
Dr. Don Dizon
Director of Medical Oncology at Rhode Island Hospital
Dr. Robert Aptekar
President, Integrative Women’s Care
Cheri Barzottini, NP
Dr. Kathleen Jordan
Discuss how your plan is going
Designed to be better in every wayWhat we treat
All clinicians trained in midlife care
Protocols designed by experts in hormonal change
Integrative approach to medicine
Care coordinator assigned to every patient
Prescribed treatments mailed to your door
24/7 access to guidance & support
Flexible follow-ups & adjustments, until you feel better
The Midi Essential Visit gives you ample time for an in-depth conversation.
Only pay standard co-pay and deductible
Continued care visits
Follow up visits fine-tune your Care Plan and safeguard your future health.
Only pay standard co-pay and deductible
$120 - $250
depending on visit length and care complexity
Have questions about insurance, scheduling, anything? We’re here for you. Call or email us and we’ll jump in to help.
Frequently asked questions
Why does maintaining a healthy weight matter in midlife?
Carrying significant extra weight can contribute to your risk of cardiovascular disease, fatty liver disease, type-2 diabetes, and high cholesterol. Midlife is when most of these problems arise in women, but it’s also a great time to take steps to stay healthy now and into the future. Weight management can be one of those important steps.
What are the most effective lifestyle changes I can make to maintain a healthy weight?
Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do to combat midlife weight gain. Your options fall into three categories:
- Get quality sleep. Why does this matter? Consistently poor sleep leaves you exhausted, which makes it harder to be physically active. Inadequate rest may also disrupt normal levels of appetite hormones that regulate hunger and satisfaction, and drive cravings for foods high in fat and carbs.
- Move your body, every day. Not only does exercise help counter weight gain and fat accumulation, it can also improve sleep, mood, and blood sugar metabolism. Strength training is particularly important for building lean muscle mass.
- Eat nourishing foods. Eating is individual, but almost everyone can benefit from a diet rich in minimally processed plant foods, getting plenty of fiber and protein, and choosing complex carbohydrates over simple carbs. Timed eating (aka intermittent fasting) may help women at midlife as well.
What do weight loss medications do?
Weight medications may be used to suppress appetite, control cravings, and/or stabilize blood sugar levels.
Are there any risks associated with weight loss medications?
All medications carry risks, and these are no exception. If you are a candidate for any weight loss medication, a Midi weight specialist will review all the benefits, potential risks , and possible side effects, so you have all the facts you need to decide on a Care Plan.
Will my insurance cover weight loss medication?
Coverage varies depending on your insurance plan and if you medically qualify for a specific medication. Midi partners with you and your pharmacy to get your medications covered whenever possible.