seca, the premier company for medical body composition, has taken its role as a sponsor of the OAC from the Chairman’s Council to the next level with a commitment to donate 5% of all sales from the OMA, ASMBS and ObesityWeek conferences this year back to the OAC. seca is committed to supporting and empowering both patients and providers on their health journey, and we are proud to see industry partners making commitments like this to further our mission to elevate and empower those affected by obesity through education, advocacy and support.

The landscape of obesity care is rapidly evolving, and seca has stepped up alongside its healthcare providers to provide the best-in-class body composition solution to transform the way you talk about your weight and health journey. Numbers like weight and BMI only scratch the surface of your story.

Just as treatments have progressed, so has assessment technology! Body composition analyzers can empower you to gain a deeper understanding of your body composition through precise tracking of vital metrics, prioritize muscle preservation during weight loss for long-term health, and arm you with comprehensive data to personalize your eating and exercise strategies to achieve your health goals.

OAC President & CEO Joe Nadglowski and seca’s Dr. Nina Crowley

“As a committed OAC member for several years, and current member of OAC’s Board of Directors, I am passionate and aggressive about optimizing access to care for people with obesity. I am over the moon that seca also sees the value in how our technology impacts the patients we serve together! I’m delighted that our field is moving away from weight as the only outcome because there is so much more to health when you look at the whole person,” said seca’s Director of Clinical Education & Partnerships Nina Crowley, PhD, RDN.

We are proud to be stepping up to obesity together with industry partners like seca! If you’re attending the upcoming ASMBS Annual Meeting on June 9-13 in San Diego, be sure to stop by seca’s exhibit booth to learn how you can help patients measure their success beyond the scale AND support the nation’s only patient-focused obesity care advocacy nonprofit.