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Are you obese? Are you suffering from health effects that are related to being considerably overweight, such as diabetes or heart problems? Have you attempted to lose weight, but just can't shed the pounds? Then gastric bypass surgery might be right for you. Contact us today to learn more.

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Is Weight Loss Surgery For Me?

Weight loss surgery is recommended ONLY for people with one of the following: Severe obesity (body mass index above 40) (calculator 1 and calculator 2) who have not responded to diet, exercise, or weight loss medicines Body mass index between 35 and 40, along with a serious medical problem (including diabetes, severe joint pain, or sleep apnea) that would improve with weight loss

Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric surgery can help you lose weight and reduce your risk for several serious medical conditions including diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol and cancer as well as improve or resolve these issues. Losing weight may also help transform your life by giving you more confidence to pursue new activities.


Do It For YOU

Weight loss is very personal. There are many emotions involved with losing weight and just as many temptations to not follow a strict weight loss program of diet and exercise.


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Among various types of weight loss surgeries- Gastric bypass surgery, also sometimes called stomach stapling, reduces the size of the stomach so it cannot hold as much food and causes you to feel full very quickly.

Obesity Facts

Obesity is a complex, chronic disease that affects nearly one out of every three American adults, or about 60 million people, according to the American Obesity Association, an education and advocacy group. Nine million Americans are severely (morbidly) obese.