When most people consider having weight loss surgery they think of how great they will look and feel in their new bathing suit. Maybe they think about getting back into those favorite jeans which have been at the bottom of a drawer for years. It could also be a boost to their self-confidence. This is just the start! How does life change after weight loss surgery?
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We have all seen the endless before and after photos of people who have lost weight on this or that weight loss product. The one thing that is most noticeable is how much younger the person looks in the after photo. They almost look like they have turned back the clock. Now we have more proof other than our eyes. How weight loss surgery can slow down your aging.
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We are deeply saddened by the passing of Stacy Tidwell. She was a beloved member of the Advanced Surgeons family, an amazing colleague, and a friend to us all. Stacy was always willing to lend her expertise and advice, and she was a source of strength and positivity for everyone around her. Her hard work and dedication to our organization was appreciated and admired by all who knew her. We will miss her enthusiasm, her kindness, and her willingness to help others. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this difficult time. We will honor her memory and remember her in our hearts forever.
Our office will be closed Wednesday. If you have any questions, please call our office.
We are confident, yes, well pleased rather to be absent from the body and to be present with the Lord.
II Corinthians 5:8 NKJV
Weight loss surgery can not only help you lose weight, but also improve other issues arising from obesity. As a consequence, it can extend many years to your life. If you are thinking about taking this beneficial step, you may be wondering: what are the different types of weight loss surgeries available to me?
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There is no such thing as easy fixes or shortcuts when it comes to the important things in life. This certainly applies to bariatric surgery. If you think it’s a short cut, it’s not, because you must do some work too. Bariatric surgery is but a beginning. It gives you the opportunity and a head start to the healthy life you want to live, however you will be responsible for some basic lifestyle changes after bariatric surgery.
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You’ve finally made the important decision to take control of your weight and ultimately your health. You have completed all the research and chosen the surgeon to perform your weight loss surgery. Now the question is: should you tell anyone? Talking about your weight loss surgery to loved ones is your choice.
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Although more hernia surgeries are performed each year on men, it seems a higher percentage of women suffer the risk of significant chronic pain. Many physicians and surgery centers are studying inguinal hernia surgery in females and lowering the risk of chronic pain.
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Congratulations! You have taken on a major challenge and decided to live a more healthy life by getting weight loss surgery. It has been a long journey, but now your latest battle is eating on a budget after weight loss surgery. Let’s see if we can help.
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Seeing blood on the toilet paper, in your toilet bowl, or in your stool can make anyone worried. Since hemorrhoids and colon cancer can cause similar symptoms, don’t panic. Hemorrhoids are much more common. So is it hemorrhoids or colon cancer? How to tell the difference.
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In support of our military, Brandi Snow, LPN, who is in the Air Force Reserves, nominated Dr. John Touliatos for his support of her work with the military. An excerpt from Dr. Touliatos’ statement of support for the Guard and Reserve reads as follows.
We recognize the Guard and Reserve are essential to the strength of our Nation and the well-being of our communities. In the highest American tradition, the patriotic men and women of the Guard and Reserve servce voluntarily in an honorable and vital profession. They train to respond to their community and their country in time of need. They deserve the support of every segment of our society.
You can read the full statement here.