This surgery divides the stomach into two separate pouches and then reconnects the smaller pouch to the lower portion of the small intestine to eat less and avoid absorption of excess calories (alternate the way they work and) helping patients lose weight. This is a metabolic surgery, it means help to get better control of diabetes and other relational diseases
Very effective procedure for overweight patients with type 2 diabetes. Especially gastric bypass and duodenal switch
Losing weight improves the emotional health and self esteem of the patient. Reducing drastically anxiety and depression
A weight loss surgery can improve your fertility by decreasing estrogen (an estrogen produced in fat tissue)
This procedure reduces a person's risk of high blood pressure and ischemic heart disease.
A bariatric surgery can relieve stress on your joints caused by overweight
Weight loss surgery improves many medical conditions.
After 6 months, I’ve lost 45 pounds and I can say having this surgery was the best decision of my life.
Eight months post-op and 75 pounds down, I am able to say that gastric sleeve was the best decision I have ever made.
This gastric sleeve surgery changed me completely, now i'm a better person i feel healthy and alive.
Our goal is to treat the patient in an integral way, taking care of all his health problems related to obesity, both physical and emotional, and in his personal, family and social context.
Our fundamental objectives with the patient are:
A meticulous and perfectly maintained weight loss surgical technique, together with a good study and patient preparation.
The integral treatment of obesity and all its consequences.
A post-operative multidisciplinary support that covers all the areas of the patient, so that we achieve a complete recovery, and a new life full of satisfaction and health for the patient.
Permanent training in the field of obesity, to always offer our patients the most effective and proven treatments.
Innovation and applied clinical research, which forces us to strive to “see a little further”, and to contribute our grain of sand to the development of medical science, in the field of obesity.