"Lisa Shaikh is a young 20 years old girl, who underwent a laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy 1 year ago. She lost 59 kg and came down from 140 kg to 81 kg. from being a youngster who was hesitant to even step out of the house, today she has transformed into a beautiful girl brimming with confidence and ready to take on life!"
I woke up this morning and the first message I read was from Mariam Lakdawala. It brought a smile to my face as there couldn’t have been a more #positive start for this #NewYear! One of our old patients had shared with us that she had finally been able to conceive after a long struggle.
As a #bariatric team, we believe in pre surgery preparation of our patients. Presurgery preparation is a win win situation for both, patient as well as the surgeon. Some of the advantages are listed below- 1. It helps the patient to lose weight before surgery. This makes the surgery easy for me and reduces anesthesia
According to a study performed on 100 household members between the 42nd and 47th week of the lockdown, it was found that 40% of the participants gained up to 5 kg and 16% added 2.1 to 5 kg due to the lifestyle changes brought about by the lockdowns. As a team specializing in surgical and
Did you know? Bariatric surgery is an operation that will fulfil your dream of getting rid of those excess kilos, by making changes to your digestive system. However, it is important to know what you must do before and after a weight loss surgery. Best results are achieved when one knows what to expect after surgery.
A hernia is protrusion of an organ or tissue from an abnormal opening in the muscle or tissue that holds it in place. In this article we shall talk about external hernias that occur through a weak spot in the wall of the abdomen. The most common types of hernias are- Inguinal (in the groin)-