Are you experiencing difficulties losing weight and keeping it off? If so, bariatric surgery may be an option for you. Led by our Bariatric Surgeon, Dr. Parth Patel, Inverness Surgical Associates offers comprehensive, individualized weight management programs designed to help you achieve long-term weight loss. We go far beyond the weight loss surgery procedure to provide you with a life-improving program that includes personalized nutritional, physical activity and emotional guidance, as well as ongoing support. Our multidisciplinary weight loss surgery team of health care professionals is here to help you maximize your weight loss surgery results.

The first, important step in making a decision about weight loss surgery is to understand the options available, along with the potential benefits and risks.

Surgery is appropriate for selected patients with a body mass index (BMI) of 40 or greater, or a BMI of 35 – 40 for patients with obesity-related medical conditions. Candidates for weight loss surgery should have evidence of previous, unsuccessful attempts at non-surgical treatment for obesity. They should also demonstrate a commitment to follow-up care, including a clear understanding of the dietary, exercise and medical guidelines required following surgery and throughout the rest of their lives.

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A weight loss seminar is the first step on the road to bariatric surgery at Inverness Surgical Associates. Offering a thorough overview of our practice, our procedures and of our process, this online session is a wonderful orientation for anyone considering losing weight with surgery. Learn about bariatric surgery (weight loss surgery) by watching our online seminar from the comfort of your own home and then call us!


Bariatric Online Seminar

If you are unable to attend one of our free monthly seminars in person, please complete the form below to register to watch the seminar online.

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