Bariatric surgery is performed on people who are obese. Due to advances in modern technology, there are now different options for losing weight, including traditional bariatric surgery such as a bypass, and also newer, less invasive techniques.
These procedures are performed by a highly trained, board-certified doctor with lots of experience in bariatric surgery and weight loss. Our English speaking specialist is skilled in all weight loss treatments with more than twenty years of experience.
Weight loss treatments can improve a patients life in many ways. Here are a few things it can help with:
– Successful and persistent weight loss over time (no rebound effect).
– Improvement in associated diseases such as diabetes and fatty liver, among others.
– Reduced risk of heart disease, hypertension, and dyslipidemia.
– Can help to overcome sleep apnea.
– Reduces depression and anxiety.
– Improves your overall quality of life, relationships, and work by enhancing self-esteem.
The following treatments can be considered:
This treatment is a bariatric surgical procedure used to re-route your digestive system past most of your stomach meaning you digest less food and feel fuller, quicker. Gastric bypass uses special surgical staplers to create a small pouch at the top of your stomach. This pouch is then connected directly to a section of your small intestine, bypassing the rest of the stomach and small bowel.
The Sleeve Gastrectomy is one of the treatments used to lose weight that is included in the category of bariatric surgery. During a laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy, the surgeon removes up to 90% of the stomach, reducing its size and capacity to enhance weight loss.
‘Why Weight Loss Surgery Works When Diets Don’t’, is a great article from the New York Times. Read more here.
Other treatments with Dr Li include:
Appendectomy keyhole surgery is needed when the appendix begins to fail and it becomes inflamed or infected. This is called appendicitis. The appendix is a small organ that produces a protein, called immunoglobulin, that kills bacteria, helping fight the body’s infections.
The spleen filters blood and helps the body fight infections, but it’s not essential for survival. The spleen can be partially or totally removed if, for instance, it becomes damaged.
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