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What is a Bariatrician?
 
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Watch Dr. Cohen discuss the non-surgical weight loss program at St. John Providence. http://www.stjohnprovidenceweightloss.com
Views: 86 Ascension Michigan
Dr. Theresa Piotrowski Specializes in Weight Loss
 
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Lahey Clinic is thrilled to welcome Dr. Theresa Piotrowski to its medical staff. Dr. Piotrowski is one of only two board certified bariatricians in Massachusetts. A bariatrician specializes in the nonsurgical treatment of weight loss, an extremely important component to the comprehensive treatment of obesity. Dr. Piotrowski joins Lahey's Medical and Surgical Weight Loss Center. Lahey's comprehensive weight loss center is the only one of its kind in Eastern Massachusetts, and provides board certified specialized physicians to treat obesity both surgically and non-surgically, all in one location. In addition to the current surgical options available, Lahey's Medical and Surgical Weight Loss Center now also offers patients a full range of nonsurgical weight loss options, including a physician-monitored weight loss program, behavior modification programs, medications and supplements, dietary and nutritional counseling, and ongoing support and maintenance. Dr. Piotrowski will serve as medical director of the program, alongside Dr. David Brams, who currently serves as director of the surgical weight loss division. Dr. Piotrowski is a renowned bariatrician who specializes in obesity. Her areas of expertise include metabolic syndrome, behavior cognitive therapy in weight loss and cardiometabolic risk reduction. She is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Medicine and holds board certification in bariatric medicine and family practice. Dr. Piotrowski also places a great deal of emphasis on addressing the underlying behaviors associated with weight disorders. As she says, it is not what patients eat, but rather why they eat it. "We help patients change their lives," she said. "By recognizing the behaviors and changing the behaviors, the patients will lose their weight, and the most important thing is they will be able to maintain that weight loss. That is our focus, helping patients lose weight and maintain that weight loss so they change their lives." Dr. Piotrowski's previously lead the Weight Management Center at Mount Auburn Hospital and served as medical director of Lehigh Valley Hospital's Weight Management Center in Allentown, Penn., as well as holding a similar role in private practice. Dr. Piotrowski will see patients at Lahey Clinic Medical Center, Burlington and Lahey Clinic Medical Center, North Shore in Peabody. Patients with a Lahey Clinic primary care physician do not need a referral in order to make an appointment. However, patients with a primary care physician outside of Lahey Clinic require a referral in order to obtain an appointment. For further information or to make an appointment, visit our website or call 1-855-WEIGHT-8.
Meet Dr. Whitney Blakley - Bariatric Medicine
 
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Dr. Blakley is a bariatrician, a medical weight loss specialist, who helps people who want to lose weight without surgery. Community's non-surgical weight loss program helps people of all ages address lifestyle and behavioral health changes that can accompany obesity. When you see Dr. Blakley, you'll find a friendly, supportive physician who offers sound medical advice and believes in doing good for people. Originally from a small town in Wisconsin, she attended Notre Dame and then completed her medical degree in Wisconsin with additional training in Vanderbilt. She and her husband enjoy seeing live music. Learn more about non-surgical medical weight loss programs at Community: http://bit.ly/2ffb6Aq Request an appointment with Dr. Blakley: http://bit.ly/2fCDHhK
Will My Insurance Cover Non-Surgical Weight Loss?
 
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Watch Dr. Cohen discuss the non-surgical weight loss program at St. John Providence. http://www.stjohnprovidenceweightloss.com
Views: 51 Ascension Michigan
Non-Surgical Weight Loss Philosophy – an Umbrella Approach
 
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Watch Dr. Cohen discuss the non-surgical weight loss program at St. John Providence. http://www.stjohnprovidenceweightloss.com
Views: 28 Ascension Michigan
Meet Our Bariatrician Dr. Kajal Zalavadia, ABIM, DABOM
 
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Dr. Kajal Zalavadia specializes in the non-surgical treatment of obesity, medical weight management, and weight related conditions at Bariatric Specialists of North Carolina. To learn more about the Medical Weight Management program at BSNC, visit us at http://www.surgerync.com or call our office at 919.234.4468 This video is owned by Bariatric Specilists of North Carolina
How Much Weight Can I Expect to Lose?
 
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Watch Dr. Cohen discuss the non-surgical weight loss program at St. John Providence. http://www.stjohnprovidenceweightloss.com
Views: 26 Ascension Michigan
Your Best Weigh In Routine
 
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http://cfwls.com/ 757-873-1880 Dr. Thomas W. Clark and staff at the Center for Weight Loss Success in Newport News, Virginia offer the most comprehensive surgical and non-surgical programs available today. Call today to schedule your free consultation or watch a surgical webinar online at: http://cfwls.com/weight-loss-surgery/free-online-weight-loss-surgery-seminar/
Ask a Specialist: Diabesity
 
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If you haven’t heard of it yet, you will. It’s called diabesity. If current trends continue, by 2030, 44 percent of Americans will be obese; and obesity will contribute to six million new cases of Type 2 diabetes in the next 20 years. Learn more about diabesity and what to watch out for with bariatrician Dr. Robert Eager from The Queen’s Medical Center, in this segment of Ask a Specialist on Wake Up 2day.
Views: 49 KHON2 News
Dr. Bertha’s Pathway to Becoming a Bariatric Surgeon
 
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Learn the path Dr. Bertha of NJ Bariatric Institute took to become a Bariatric Surgeon. http://www.njbariatricinstitute.com
Bariatric Surgery Myths
 
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Learn more about common myths involving bariatric surgery and meet the surgeons at Bariatric Specialists of North Carolina - Dr. Paul Enochs, Dr. Michael Tyner and Dr. Micheal Bruce.
Dr Deepak Chaturvedi talking on Ghrelin for Weight Loss & Bariatric Surgery
 
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Dr. Deepak Chaturvedi is Physician Endocrinologist, Diabetologist, Antiaging Specialist and Bariatrician based in Mumbai with clientele from all over the globe. He is the co-founder and Medical director of “Antiaging Medicine And Research (AMAR)” AND “INDOMEDICON”; the Society and Conference forum associated with the awareness of Age Management and Hormone Corrective Therapies. He is a leading Antiaging Physician in India.
Weight Management with Dr. Dain Wahl
 
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No matter if you're 15 or 50 pounds overweight, shedding those extra pounds goes beyond a New Year's resolution -- it's a lifestyle choice, albeit one that's not always simple. Just ask Dain Wahl, DO, a board-certified internal medicine physician with The Christ Hospital. "I was an overweight kid, and I still struggle with my weight, but I've learned how to manage it," he says. Today, he's showing his patients how to do the same. "Excess weight and obesity are some of the biggest health concerns in America, and much of it has to do with people's lifestyle choices," Dr. Wahl says. "I help patients figure out what's best by first looking at why they're overweight, and then what weight-loss options will be successful." What's considered healthy? Simply stepping on the scale isn't always the best way to determine your weight loss needs. Instead, Dr. Wahl says you also have to account for your height and body type. Physicians often measure a person's body mass index, or BMI, to get the most accurate assessment. A BMI of 30 or greater is considered obese, and a BMI between 25 and 29.9 is considered overweight. Strive to keep your BMI between 18.5 and 24.9. For some, its easier said than done, but your primary physician can help you review your weight-loss options and set realistic goals. Know your options "For most people who struggle with weight management, they can do it on their own," Dr. Wahl says. The trick is knowing where to start. o Shape up your diet. Don't tell yourself certain foods are off limits or try to restrict your calories. "Instead, try small changes like incorporating one new fruit or vegetable into each meal every week," Dr. Wahl explains. Keeping a food diary can also help you track when, what and how much you're eating. Use it to determine what habits you can eliminate. The Christ Hospital also offers nutritional advice to help shape a balanced diet. o Create (and stick to) an exercise plan. Incorporating exercise into your daily activities will improve your overall health, and is a sure way to burn calories. Start slow and work your way up. "Try a new workout video every week for four weeks, or walk after dinner for 15 minutes instead of watching TV," Dr. Wahl recommends. "Once you get into a routine, you'll start to see progress." o Consider surgical intervention as a last resort. When diet and behavior modification are not enough or cannot be done safely to sustain your weight loss, surgical intervention may be an option. However, undergoing weight-loss surgery is a serious decision that can only be made after talking to your physician and a bariatrician. A heavy burden on your health If you have hard time finding motivation to address a weight problem, consider this: Excess weight -- even as few as 10 extra pounds -- can take a toll on major systems of the body, including: Cardiovascular System -- Extra pounds, especially around the midsection, can sometimes impede the flow of blood to the heart and lead to high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and even heart disease and stroke. Skeletal System -- Extra weight strains the bones and joints, especially in the hips and knees, leading to chronic conditions such as osteoarthritis. It also makes it more difficult to exercise. Respiratory System -- Excess weight makes it harder for the respiratory system to work with ease, making breathing more difficult and leading to conditions like asthma and sleep apnea. Endocrine System -- Overweight people increase their risk for Type 2 diabetes since their bodies tend to resist insulin, have lower levels of immunity and have decreased metabolism. Brain -- People who are overweight or obese can have self-esteem issues, feel overwhelmed by the amount of weight they have to lose and become easily frustrated. This can all lead to depression, Dr. Wahl says. "Most people know when they are overweight, but don't seek help from their primary care doctor until they need to be seen for a physical ailment like high cholesterol or blood pressure, a general lack of energy or pain in their joints," Dr. Wahl explains. "That's why it's important to consult your physician before those extra pounds lead to a more serious medical problem." You don't have to struggle with weight loss. Find a physician who can help you weigh your options by calling 877-904-4YOU or visiting www.GetHealthyCincinnati.com
Doc Weight Loss   Common Myths and Misconceptions of Low Carb Diets
 
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http://cfwls.com/ Doc Weight Loss - Common Myths and Misconceptions of Low Carb Diets. Double board certified Bariatric Surgeon and Bariatrician, Thomas W. Clark, explains the truth about low carb diets and weight loss.
Leon Jons, MD - Bariatric Medicine and Weight-Loss Surgery
 
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A bariatrician is a physician with special training in bariatric medicine. Dr. Leon Jons uses the most recent research to develop a complete program which helps people reach their weight-loss goals. Weight-loss medications or bariatric surgery may be treatment options.
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Last appt w/Bariatrician UPDATE!
 
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Sorry...I forgot to even say my name or the date! Lol (It's the lack of carbs!!! Ha) ~Carla 9/18/12 3
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Why You Should See a Medical Bariatrician
 
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www.mymetromed.com 305.279.3502 Dr. Oscar Hernandez explores the issues surrounding obesity and talks about the advantages of partnering with a Medical Bariatrician to help you through treatment.
Views: 497 Oscar Hernandez
Get Healthy Cincinnati: Weight Management with Dr. Dain Wahl
 
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No matter if you're 15 or 50 pounds overweight, shedding those extra pounds goes beyond a New Year's resolution -- it's a lifestyle choice, albeit one that's not always simple. Just ask Dain Wahl, DO, a board-certified internal medicine physician with The Christ Hospital. "I was an overweight kid, and I still struggle with my weight, but I've learned how to manage it," he says. Today, he's showing his patients how to do the same. "Excess weight and obesity are some of the biggest health concerns in America, and much of it has to do with people's lifestyle choices," Dr. Wahl says. "I help patients figure out what's best by first looking at why they're overweight, and then what weight-loss options will be successful." What's considered healthy? Simply stepping on the scale isn't always the best way to determine your weight loss needs. Instead, Dr. Wahl says you also have to account for your height and body type. Physicians often measure a person's body mass index, or BMI, to get the most accurate assessment. A BMI of 30 or greater is considered obese, and a BMI between 25 and 29.9 is considered overweight. Strive to keep your BMI between 18.5 and 24.9. For some, its easier said than done, but your primary physician can help you review your weight-loss options and set realistic goals. Know your options "For most people who struggle with weight management, they can do it on their own," Dr. Wahl says. The trick is knowing where to start. Shape up your diet. Don't tell yourself certain foods are off limits or try to restrict your calories. "Instead, try small changes like incorporating one new fruit or vegetable into each meal every week," Dr. Wahl explains. Keeping a food diary can also help you track when, what and how much you're eating. Use it to determine what habits you can eliminate. The Christ Hospital also offers nutritional advice to help shape a balanced diet. o Create (and stick to) an exercise plan. Incorporating exercise into your daily activities will improve your overall health, and is a sure way to burn calories. Start slow and work your way up. "Try a new workout video every week for four weeks, or walk after dinner for 15 minutes instead of watching TV," Dr. Wahl recommends. "Once you get into a routine, you'll start to see progress." o Consider surgical intervention as a last resort. When diet and behavior modification are not enough or cannot be done safely to sustain your weight loss, surgical intervention may be an option. However, undergoing weight-loss surgery is a serious decision that can only be made after talking to your physician and a bariatrician. A heavy burden on your health If you have hard time finding motivation to address a weight problem, consider this: Excess weight -- even as few as 10 extra pounds -- can take a toll on major systems of the body, including: Cardiovascular System -- Extra pounds, especially around the midsection, can sometimes impede the flow of blood to the heart and lead to high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and even heart disease and stroke. Skeletal System -- Extra weight strains the bones and joints, especially in the hips and knees, leading to chronic conditions such as osteoarthritis. It also makes it more difficult to exercise. Respiratory System -- Excess weight makes it harder for the respiratory system to work with ease, making breathing more difficult and leading to conditions like asthma and sleep apnea. Endocrine System -- Overweight people increase their risk for Type 2 diabetes since their bodies tend to resist insulin, have lower levels of immunity and have decreased metabolism. Brain -- People who are overweight or obese can have self-esteem issues, feel overwhelmed by the amount of weight they have to lose and become easily frustrated. This can all lead to depression, Dr. Wahl says. "Most people know when they are overweight, but don't seek help from their primary care doctor until they need to be seen for a physical ailment like high cholesterol or blood pressure, a general lack of energy or pain in their joints," Dr. Wahl explains. "That's why it's important to consult your physician before those extra pounds lead to a more serious medical problem." You don't have to struggle with weight loss. Find a physician who can help you weigh your options by calling 877-904-4YOU or visiting www.GetHealthyCincinnati.com
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What is medically supervised weight loss?
 
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Dr. Liz Levinson, bariatrician at Virtua, explains the Medically Supervised Weight Loss Program recently launched at Virtua.
Views: 45 Virtua Health
How Weight Loss Surgery Can Treat Type 2 Diabetes
 
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How Weight Loss Surgery Can Treat Type 2 Diabetes
Views: 64 KHON2 News
Khalili Center - Meet Dr. Nishi
 
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Visit http://khalilicenter.com/ A surgeon at the Khalili Center and the newly appointed Director of the Institute for Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery at K and B Surgical Center, Dr. Gregg Kai Nishi has been integrally involved in developing the Center with his colleagues, Dr. Theodore M. Khalili and Dr. Eraj Basseri, whom he worked with at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Dr. Nishi brings a wealth of expertise and experience to the Khalili Center. He's an expert on innovative, minimally invasive surgical techniques and has spoken extensively on the subject, having appeared in a variety of news media, including Good Morning America and the Los Angeles Times. He was also named the "Top Bariatrician in the Nation" for 2013 by HealthTap. He has trained a number of other bariatric surgeons who have gone on to head up bariatric programs all over the country in their own right.
Introduction...please excuse my nerves! :0)
 
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My weight loss journey, Video #1
Views: 134 Carla S
Meet Dr. Christine Cheong, Bariatric Physician
 
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Learn about the weight loss surgery, before and after care, from Dr Christine - Bariatric Physician. For more information on our Care Plan, go to http://www.lapobesitysurgery.com.au/our-care-plan.html
Weight Loss Surgery Success   Your Core Eating Plan Simplified
 
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http://cfwls.com/ 757.873.1880 Weight Loss Surgery Success - Your Core Eating Plan Simplified. Dr. Thomas W. Clark is a board certified surgeon and bariatrician who is passionate about his patients' success following weight loss surgery. The Center for Weight Loss Success is a Bariatric Center of Excellence.
How not to beat sleeve gastrectomy!
 
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Describes mecahnisms of weight gain despite sleeve gastrectomy
Vertical Gastric Sleeve Surgery in Virginia
 
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http://cfwls.com/ Vertical Gastric Sleeve Surgery. Double board certified bariatric surgeon and bariatrician, Dr. Thomas W. Clark, performs a Vertical Gastric Sleeve procedure at Sentara Careplex Hospital in Hampton, Virginia. Dr. Clark has performed over 4000 weight loss surgeries and is the founder of the Center for Weight Loss Success in Newport News, Virginia. Travel surgery program available. No time? Watch the short version! http://youtu.be/_biSGnrNZuk
HUH | Dr. Terrence Malcolm Fullum
 
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Terrence Fullum, surgery, bariatric surgery, bariatrics, bariatrician, minimally invasive surgery, weight loss surgery, obesity, center for wellness and weight loss surgery, board certified, Howard University College of Medicine, Washington, Howard University Hospital
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Doc Weight Loss   Top 10 Weight Loss Mistakes
 
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http://cfwls.com/ 757.873.1880 Dr. Thomas W. Clark highlights the top 10 mistakes that people make when attempting to lose weight. Dr. Clark is a double board certified bariatric surgeon and bariatrician. Contact the Center of Weight Loss Success for your free consultation today!
Weight Loss Surgery Success - The Benefits of Surgical Support Group
 
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http://cfwls.com/ Weight Loss Surgery Success. The Benefits of Surgical Support Group. Should I Attend a Surgical Support Group? Losing weight isn't easy and Dr. Thomas W. Clark and staff know the value of a good support force in your life. Join Dr. Clark and Patient Educator, Dani Colley, as they discuss the benefits to attending a weight loss surgical support group. It doesn't matter where you had surgery and you do not need to register in advance. Join us the second Wednesday of each month at the Center for Weight Loss Success at 645 J. Clyde Morris Blvd., Newport News, Virginia. www.cfwls.com for more information.
Doc Weight Loss - Mindbody Exercise and Weight Loss
 
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http://cfwls.com/ Doc Weight Loss. Mindbody Exercise and Weight Loss. What makes Mindbody exercise such a great weight loss partner? Board Certified Bariatric Surgeon and Bariatrician, Dr. Thomas W. Clark discusses the benefits of yoga, pilates, piyo and tai chi with Robin Fary, fitness instructor and personal trainer at the Center for Weight Loss Success.
Why Dr. Holover Decided To Become a Weight Loss Surgeon
 
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Dr. Holover has been asked many times why he went into #bariatricsurgery. Hear his response and why he loves helping patients through their #weightlossjourney http://bariatric.stopobesityforlife.com/
LG Health in the News: 8 'P's' of weight loss success, with Dr. Scott Deron (WGAL)
 
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Dr. Scott Deron, cardiologist and a medical bariatrician at Lancaster General Health, says to remember the "p's" of successful weight loss: portion size, pre-planning, pre-packaging, posting what you eat, protein, persistence, positive thinking and partner with someone for support. Dr. Deron explains these strategies in this WGAL News "8 On Your Side" health report by Susan Shapiro. Visit our Healthy Weight Management website http://www.lancastergeneralhealth.org/LGH/Our-Services/HWM.aspx
Could Appetite Suppressants Help Me After Weight Loss Surgery
 
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Double board certified Bariatric surgeon, Dr. Thomas W. Clark and the staff at the Center for Weight Loss Success in Newport News, Virginia offer long-term patient support to help ensure continued success following weight loss surgery. Start your journey to a healthier life today - call for your free consultation!
Weight Loss Surgery Success   Medications that Can Affect Your Weight
 
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http://cfwls.com/ 757.873.1880. Weight Loss Surgery Success - Medications That May Effect Your Weight. Dr. Thomas W. Clark talks with Pharmacist, David Creecy, about medications that may effect your weight.
Meet Dr. Shadrach Smith
 
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Meet MISH Hospital and Clinics' bariatrician, Dr. Shadrach Smith. Now accepting weight loss patients at our Lenexa, Lee's Summit, and Kansas City locations! Serving the health and care you deserve.
Weight Loss Surgery Success - How Much Weight Can I Expect To Lose After Weight Loss Surgery?
 
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Weight Loss Surgery Success. http://cfwls.com/ - video 9 answers the question "How Much Weight Can I Expect To Lose After Weight Loss Surgery?" Dr. Thomas Clark explains the process and expected outcome that you will see following weight loss surgery.
Doc Weight Loss   Tips to Break Through Your Weight Loss Plateau
 
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http://cfwls.com/ 757.873.1880 Doc Weight Loss - Tips to Breaking Through Your Weight Loss Plateau. Dr. Thomas W. Clark shares a few tips on things that you can do to get your weight loss efforts recharged!
The Medical Weight Management Program with BSNC
 
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Learn more about the non-surgical medical weight management program at Bariatric Specialists of North Carolina from the program's Medical Director, Dr. Kajal Zalavadia. Our multi-disciplinary program offers a full range of care from nutrition, medical care, psychology, and physical therapy to exercise coaching and fitness classes. To learn more, visit us at www.SurgeryNC.com or call our office at 919.234.4468
What is BARIATRICS? What does BARIATRICS mean? BARIATRICS meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is BARIATRICS? What does BARIATRICS mean? BARIATRICS meaning - BARIATRICS pronunciation - BARIATRICS definition - BARIATRICS explanation - How to pronounce BARIATRICS? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Bariatrics is the branch of medicine that deals with the causes, prevention, and treatment of obesity. The term bariatrics was coined around 1965, from the Greek root bar- ("weight" as in barometer), suffix -iatr ("treatment," as in pediatrics), and suffix -ic ("pertaining to"). The field encompasses dieting, exercise and behavioral therapy approaches to weight loss, as well as pharmacotherapy and surgery. The term is also used in the medical field as somewhat of a euphemism to refer to people of larger sizes without regard to their participation in any treatment specific to weight loss, such as medical supply catalogs featuring larger hospital gowns and hospital beds referred to as "bariatric." Overweight and obesity are rising medical problems. There are many detrimental health effects of obesity: Individuals with a BMI (Body Mass Index) exceeding a healthy range have a much greater risk of medical issues. These include heart disease, diabetes mellitus, many types of cancer, asthma, obstructive sleep apnea, and chronic musculoskeletal problems. There is also a focus on the correlation between obesity and mortality. Overweight and obese people, including children, may find it difficult to lose weight on their own. It is common for dieters to have tried fad diets only to find that they gain weight, or return to their original weight, after ceasing the diet. Some improvement in patient psychological health is noted after bariatric surgery. Although diet, exercise, behavior therapy and anti-obesity drugs are first-line treatment, medical therapy for severe obesity has limited short-term success and very poor long-term success. Weight loss surgery generally results in greater weight loss than conventional treatment, and leads to improvements in quality of life and obesity related diseases such as hypertension and diabetes mellitus. The combination of approaches used may be tailored to each patient. Bariatric treatments in youth must be considered with great caution and with other conditions that may not have to be considered in adults. Techniques used in bariatrics include bioelectrical impedance analysis, a method to measure body fat percentage.
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Weight Loss Surgery Success - What If My Insurance Doesn't Cover Weight Loss Surgery?
 
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http://cfwls.com/ Weight Loss Surgery Success. - "What If My Insurance Doesn't Cover Weight Loss Surgery?" Dr. Thomas Clark goes over the options and affordability of weight loss surgery if you are not covered by insurance.
How medicines help in weight loss and obesity management? Know from Dr Deepak Chaturvedi
 
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Dr. Deepak Chaturvedi is Physician Endocrinologist, Diabetologist, Antiaging Specialist and Bariatrician based in Mumbai with clientele from all over the globe. He is the co-founder and Medical director of “Antiaging Medicine And Research (AMAR)” AND “INDOMEDICON”; the Society and Conference forum associated with the awareness of Age Management and Hormone Corrective Therapies. He is a leading Antiaging Physician in India.
Weight Loss Surgery Success - How Protein to Carbohydrate Ratio Benefits A Weight Loss Program
 
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http://cfwls.com/ Weight Loss Surgery Success. How Protein to Carbohydrate Ratio Benefits a Weight Loss Program. Double board certified Bariatric Surgeon, Dr. Thomas W. Clark offers insight on why it is important to watch your protein to carbohydrate ratio and how it benefits a weight loss program. The Center for Weight Loss Success in Newport News, Virginia offers both surgical and non-surgical weight loss programs. Call today for your free consultation or watch our online seminar.
YWM2015: Me, You, Us — The Team Approach to Medical Weight Management
 
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Robert Kushner, MD, moderates a discussion on the team approach needed to tackling medical weight management. About the Speakers: Dr. Robert Kushner is a Professor of Medicine at the Northwestern University Feinburg School of Medicine, and Director of the Center for Lifestyle Medicine at Northwestern Medicine in Chicago, IL. Dr. Kushner serves as Program Co-chair of the Obesity Action Coalition's National Convention, and is also a member of the OAC National Board of Directors and Convention Planning Committee. Jennifer C. Seger, MD, is a board certified family medicine physician and is a Diplomat of the American Board of Obesity Medicine. Dr. Seger believes in empowering patients to make healthy lifestyle changes by providing education and support through her comprehensive medical weight-loss program which focuses on nutrition, physical activity and behavior modification. Dr. Seger received the Bariatrician of the Year Award from the American Society of Bariatric Physicians (ASBP) in 2014 and is one of the lead authors of the Obesity Algorithm, presented by ASBP. Jodi Robison, MS, RD, LD, is the Senior Dietitian at BMI of Texas, where she works with both surgical and nonsurgical patients to help them lose weight and improve their overall health. Ms. Robinson earned a nutritional science and dietetics degree from Texas Tech University, and a master's of science degree from Texas Woman's University. Ms. Robinson attended culinary school in Florence, Italy and is certified in adult weight management. Susan C. Mengden, PhD, CEDS, is the Co-Executive Director of the Eating Disorder Center at San Antonio. Dr. Mengden is a certified eating disorder specialist having practiced in the field since 1998. This presentation was hosted at the 4th Annual Your Weight Matters Convention in San Antonio, Texas from August 13-16, 2015. To learn more about the Your Weight Matters National Convention, please visit www.YourWeightMatters.org.
Weight Loss Surgery Success - How Weight Loss Can Affect Your Joints
 
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http://cfwls.com/ Weight Loss Surgery Success. How Weight Loss Can Affect Your Joints. Aches and pains are no fun and extra weight generally makes these conditions worse. Dr. Thomas W. Clark discusses treatment options with Dr. Christopher Connolly, a chiropractor at York Chiropractic in Yorktown, Virginia. The Center for Weight Loss Success offers the most comprehensive surgical and non-surgical weight loss programs available. Call for your free consultation today! 757-873-1880
Bariatric physician - Medical Meaning and Pronunciation
 
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Bariatric physician Bariatric physician: A physician practicing bariatrics, the field of medicine concerned with weight loss. Also called a bariatrician. The terms are used interchangeably. The American Society of Bariatric Physicians states that: These guidelines provide suggestions for the work-up and follow-up of the bariatric patient. They are not intended to replace, and indeed cannot replace, the bariatrician's judgment regarding a particular patient's treatment. How to pronounce Bariatric physician definition of Bariatric physician audio dictionary How to say Bariatric physician What is the meaning of Bariatric physician Pronounce Bariatric physician Medical dictionary Medical definition of Bariatric physician