Gastric Bypass Surgeons in the New York Area
Do you know the facts about obesity, but feel powerless to lose weight? Statistics on diabetes, heart disease, joint pain, limited mobility, high blood pressure, sleep apnea and other complications can simply add to your anxiety and depression, without offering hope for a solution. If you’re one of the millions of Americans who are losing the battle with weight loss, don’t give up hope, get the medical help you need.
If you live in the New York area, call the Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery to request a consultation with an experienced Gastric Bypass surgeon. He or she will answer all your questions and concerns, and can help you review all your options.
When all other weight loss methods had failed, many people have found success with Gastric Bypass Surgery. Is this an option for you? If you are 100 pounds overweight, or 80 pounds overweight with a complicating health issue (such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease or sleep apnea), and have tried unsuccessfully to lose weight with coventional methods, you may be a candidate for Gastric Bypass Surgery. To find out if you are a candidate for this life changing surgery, call the Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery to request an appointment with a Gastric Bypass Surgeon.
Gastric Bypass Surgery is a complex surgery, and the results often depend on the expertise of the Gastric Bypass Surgeon. You’ll find that the Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery has an exemplary team of bariatric doctors. Our Chief of Surgery, Miguel Silva, MD, is a nationally recognized educator and mentor in the field of obesity surgery. Our surgical team is known for its precision, and impressive results.
In addition to medical expertise, our staff is characterized by their compassion. We understand the challenge you are facing, and we will always treat you with kindness and respect. If you have questions or concerns about Gastric Bypass Surgery, please call the Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery. Our helpful, friendly staff will make sure you get the information you need.
Gastric Bypass surgery is sometimes performed as an open surgery, but this creates a potential for many complications and requires a lengthy recovery time. Because of this, we practice laparoscopic surgery. This minimally invasive procedure utilizes a few small incisions, rather than the large incision.
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