Bariatric Surgery may be the best treatment if you have tried unsuccessfully to lose weight. We facilitate all weight loss surgery options and the bariatric surgeons in our network specialize in roux-en-y gastric bypass, gastric sleeve, adjustable gastric banding and revisions of prior weight loss surgery.
Whether you need a second surgery due to poor weight loss, complications from the original surgery, or a first surgery, we can help you. As a leading medical tourism facilitator, we provide every patient with the best possible solution for weight loss surgery.
Gastric Sleeve Surgery
Gastric Sleeve Surgery is one of the more popular bariatric surgery procedures performed today. Bariatric surgeons are attracted to the gastric sleeve because of its simplicity compared to the more complicated gastric bypass and duodenal switch.
Gastric Bypass Surgery
Gastric Bypass or “Roux-en-Y” is the gold standard of bariatric surgery. Its a safe, effective and well-researched weight loss option. It has slightly more risk compared to the less invasive gastric LAP-BAND® surgery but yields consistent positive outcomes.
Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery
Mini Gastric Bypass is an effective and low risk bariatric surgery designed to reduce surgery time and complications. It combines both “restrictive” and “malabsorptive” components to promote rapid weight loss. It can be easily reversed or revised.
Duodenal Switch Surgery
Duodenal Switch is a bariatric surgery that removes a large portion of the stomach and reroutes the small intestine. Patients eat less and absorb fewer calories from the food they eat. This surgery option results in more weight loss than all bariatric procedures.
Gastric Sleeve Plication Surgery
Gastric Sleeve Plication Surgery is a newer, minimally invasive procedure. The surgery is “restrictive”, meaning that it restricts the amount of food the stomach can hold so patients feel full sooner. There is no cutting, stapling, or removal of the stomach/intestines.
Gastric Lap Band Surgery
Gastric LAP-BAND® Surgery results in significant weight loss improvement. Since its clinical introduction in 1993, it is estimated that 650,000 surgeries have been performed worldwide. Gastric lap band is the least invasive bariatric surgery procedure.