Bariatric Surgery Dallas

A large number of people around the world are paying the price for obesity. A disease like any other, except its worn on the outside, it not only restricts a person’s ability to carry our daily tasks, it also increases the risk of various life-threatening disorders such as type-2 diabetes, cardiovascular problems, hypertension, and sleep…

A central factor in maintaining or losing weight is your diet – how much you eat and what you eat matters. There are many diets out there, and most of them promise fast and permanent results. But the fact is – any diet that helps you take in less calories will work. The most effective…

Duodenal Switch Dallas TX,

Obesity, in any magnitude, can be a gateway to a series of health problems, some of which can be life-threatening. There are different procedures and techniques to treat obesity. Many are familiar with procedures like a gastric sleeve or gastric bypass surgery. Duodenal Switch (DS) surgery is also a kind of option you can use…

Bariatric-Surgerys

Compared to traditional surgery, robotic surgery, or robot-assisted surgery, offers better visualization, precision and control to the surgeon. The technology has opened up new surgical possibilities in minimally invasive surgery, especially when it comes to weight loss or bariatric surgery. The bariatric surgeons at MISA Dallas, for instance, leverage advanced robotic systems to attain greater…

Surgery of any kind is still a major medical procedure, but thanks to technological innovations, better information sharing, and more thorough training, it is now safer than ever in history. Traditionally, surgery was performed with crude medical instruments, poor hygiene, and no anesthesia for patients. Death or serious injury after surgery, mostly from infection, were…

GERD: Non-Surgical and Surgical Treatment Options

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, or GERD for short, is a condition wherein the muscle between the esophagus and the stomach (lower esophageal sphincter) loses its tautness, relaxes inappropriately, or weakens due to certain reasons. This leads to the reflux of food and stomach acids into the esophageal tract, which can cause tremendous discomfort, nausea and vomiting….

Bariatric-Surgerys

Sleeve gastrectomy is a type of bariatric surgery that involves drastically reducing the size of the stomach (to roughly 15-20 percent of its original capacity), to limit food intake and facilitate weight loss. Also performed using a laparoscope, sleeve gastrectomy promotes hormonal changes and helps in the prevention and management of various comorbid conditions associated…

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