Considering Sleeve Surgery? Understand Your Role
Posted by NicholsonClinic on September 21st, 2014
You make an appointment with a bariatric surgeon, jump through a few pre-surgical hoops, undergo the procedure and viola, your body is down to a healthy, normal weight in no time at all. If that’s your understanding of how sleeve surgery procedures and other bariatric options work, it’s time to back up, take a few breaths and arm yourself with some vital information.
The first thing you need to know is that weight loss surgery isn’t a magic cure all. Yes, it can provide the impetus for dramatic and lasting weight loss, but it doesn’t come quite as easily as going under the knife and waking up skinny.
If you’re considering gastric sleeve surgery or any other form of bariatric surgery, you need to understand the role you’ll play in the success before the procedure and after it. While your doctor will very likely go into detail about what you’ll need to commit to, here are a few things to expect as far as your role goes:
Gastric Sleeve surgeons can help their patients on their quest to lose weight, but they can’t do it all on their own. For lasting success, you have to be willing to enact lasting changes, too.
One of the most experienced weight loss surgeons in the country – Dr. Nick Nicholson – along with a full staff of surgeons, nurses and other experienced clinicians, help patients reverse obesity with LAP-BAND, Gastric Bypass, Sleeve Gastrectomy and Revisions.Also See: Weight Loss, Sleeve Surgery, Lose Weight, Youre Considering, Surgery, Weight, Sleeve
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