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Weight Loss Surgery
When non-surgical weight loss methods fail, it is advisable to go for surgical weight loss. Dr. Sachin Kukreja, Dr. Elizabeth Hooper, and Dr. Rebecca Barr at DFW Bariatrics and General Surgery are a team of experienced surgeons and support staff specialized in various surgical weight loss procedures, such as Sleeve Gastrectomy, Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding, Biliopancreatic diversion with Duodenal Switch, and Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. Speak with us to learn more about the options.
Signs You Need Medical Intervention
- Acid burning sensation
- Regurgitation of food or acid
- Chronic cough
- Fluid coming up to the mouth
- Voice changes
- Swallowing problems
- Bad breath
Medical Weight Loss
Before choosing to go for surgical weight loss in Dallas, Fort Worth, or anyplace else, it is advisable to stick to a healthy diet, exercise regularly, and take weight loss supplements if prescribed by a doctor. A few items to include in your weight-loss diet include food rich in calcium, protein, and vitamin D.
It is also essential to keep yourself hydrated and drink green tea everyday. Regular walking, jogging, and stretches can also help in weight loss.
Need a Weight Loss Doctor in Dallas/Fort Worth? Contact Us!
People who have low metabolism may have difficulty in losing weight. Although non-surgical methods can help you achieve your weight loss goals, in other cases, people would need to go for a surgical weight loss method in Dallas or any other place. If you have been trying to lose weight but haven’t had much success, consult a weight loss doctor at DFW Bariatrics and General Surgery. In addition to creating personalized non-surgical weight loss programs, our surgeons specialize in performing both traditional, laparoscopic or robotic weight loss surgeries in Dallas. To schedule an appointment, simply call 469-620-0222, or fill out our contact form.