Chronic acid reflux can be dangerous to your health aside from causing painful symptoms. Uncontrolled reflux can lead to damage to your esophagus and, potentially, cancer. Learn what we can do to reduce or eliminate your acid reflux.
You’re significantly overweight, and so far, you haven’t been able to make changes in your habits to lose weight. It’s time to try behavior modification techniques that increase your chances of success.
Christmas treats everywhere made it almost impossible to lose weight over the holidays, or even maintain your weight. Now is the perfect time to investigate weight loss surgery. A new year can bring a new you.
If you have diabetes, taking care of your health should be a daily priority. It’s easy to slip into bad habits. But if it’s a matter of good versus bad health, it’s time to chuck the bad habits and institute good ones.
Is struggling with obesity a constant battle that wears you down? If diets haven’t worked for you, there are several options for weight loss surgery you can consider. Learn more about these procedures, which can help you get your life back.
Have you had a lot of heartburn lately? When heartburn becomes a common complaint, see a doctor. You may have acid reflux or a condition called GERD. Learn what you can do to prevent these problems before they cause serious medical complications.
If you’re obese, bariatric surgery offers a way to shed excess weight. But did you know it also offers significant protection against cardiovascular disease? Read on to learn when to consider bariatric surgery to protect your heart.
Every year in the United States, 300,000 people turn to gallbladder removal surgery to find relief from problematic gallstones. With state-of-the-art laparoscopy, this surgical solution is highly effective and less invasive.
If you’re disappointed with the results of your weight-loss surgery or you’ve regained some of the weight you initially lost, there’s still hope. Find out more about your revision options and how you can achieve long-term success.
When you're unable to lose weight on your own, bariatric surgery may be the answer. The procedure may also help you control type 2 diabetes as well as other illnesses that are aggravated by excess weight.
If you need general or bariatric surgery, you’re no doubt trying to learn as much as you can about the procedure. Robotic surgery provides several advantages over traditional surgery. Here are the differences.