36 Grey Street, Hamilton
Welcome to our Weight Loss Surgery Service.
If you or someone you know is struggling with severe obesity and suffering from related health conditions, WE can help!
We know how being overweight affects so many aspects of your life - health, home, job prospects, recreation - in a negative way.
But we can help you. Our weight loss process has been shown to be consistently more effective than diet and exercise alone, and can continue for the rest of your life.
Our program releases you from the tyranny of food, and allows you to choose the life you want to live.
Our aim is to see you grow as you shrink!
Details about our bariatric surgeons can be found below under "Consultants". We also support our patients with dedicated Nurses, Nutritionists & Dietitians, Therapists, Psychologists and Physiotherapists. Click here to meet our team.
Useful information for patients:
- BMI Calculator
- Weight Loss Surgery Handbook
- Patient resources
- Frequently asked questions
- Post surgery information
What is Bariatric Surgery?
Bariatric or weight loss surgery is a term that covers all the different surgical procedures used to help extremely overweight or morbidly obese patients lose weight.
Morbidly obese patients are usually identified by their Body Mass Index (BMI) measurement, although other factors may also be taken into account. Morbid obesity is associated with an increased risk of developing illnesses such as: heart attack, hypertension, stroke, diabetes, sleep disorders and joint pain. Bariatric surgery can cure or greatly improve these illnesses as well as give the patient an improved quality of life.
Bariatric or weight loss surgery refers to a number of different procedures that can be performed to treat obesity. Procedures fall into three main types:
- Malabsorptive - these procedures involve bypassing a section of the small intestine thus reducing the amount of food absorbed into the body.
- Restrictive - these procedures involve reducing the size of the stomach, usually by creating a small pouch at the top of the stomach which limits the amount of food that can be eaten.
- Malabsorptive/Restrictive Combination - these procedures combine both techniques e.g. gastric bypass surgery in which a small stomach pouch is formed and its outlet connected to part of the small intestine.
Note: Please note below that some people are not available at all locations.
36 Grey Street, Hamilton
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Procedures / Treatments
- Weight Loss Surgery Handbook (PDF, 646.4 KB)
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This page was last updated at 9:44AM on April 30, 2020. This information is reviewed and edited by Weight Loss Surgery.