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Community bariatric services offers surgical weight loss options, including adjustable gastric lap band, gastric sleeve and roux-en-y gastric bypass to help you transform your life through long-term weight loss. A medical weight loss program is also available for those who desire a non-surgical approach.

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Find out if you’re a candidate for surgical or physician-supported weight loss with our convenient, personalized online assessment tool. Click below to get started!

According to the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, there are two basic approaches to weight loss surgery for obesity. Both approaches can be combined in weight loss surgery, such as gastric bypass.

  • Restrictive procedures that decrease food intake.
  • Malabsorptive procedures that alter digestion, thus causing the food to be poorly digested and incompletely absorbed so that it is eliminated in the stool.

Community also offers a non-surgical medical weight loss program for those who desire to lose weight with the assistance of our bariatricians.

Gastric Sleeve

The gastric sleeve procedure for weight loss is a restrictive procedure that reduces the size of the stomach so that you feel full with smaller portions.

Medical Weight Loss

If you or someone you know struggles with their weight or has been told by a physician to lose weight, we can help. Our non-surgical weight loss and wellness program is for individuals who seek to lose weight—from 10 lbs to hundreds of pounds.

Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass

Roux-en-Y gastric bypass is one of the most frequently performed weight loss procedures in the United States. During the procedure, the stomach is divided into two pouches to limit food intake and redirect digestion to reduce absorption of fat and calories in food.

LAP-BAND® Adjustable Gastric Banding

The LAP-BAND® System is an FDA-approved weight loss device appropriate for adults with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 35+ or a BMI of 30-34 with an obesity-related health condition, such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension or sleep apnea.

ORBERA® – Managed Weight Loss System

The ORBERA® program starts with a weight loss balloon placed in your stomach – and then removed in six months – to help with portion control and ultimately improve weight loss.

Bariatric Surgery

Obesity has become one of the most challenging diseases that people struggle to be cured from. Diet and exercise are the first treatment options; however, they fail to provide measurable outcomes among moderately and severely obese people. Numerous studies exposed that bariatric surgery & weight-loss surgery, is the appropriate procedure to help those people lose weight and improve their health score.

In fact, bariatric surgery is a life-changing technique by which candidate people have a higher quality of life. Usually, obese people develop serious conditions by time since moderate-severe obesity is a risk factor for different diseases that include but not limited to: cardiovascular disease, hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, arthritis, breathing problems, and infertility. In contrast to bariatric surgery, people going under this surgical procedure experience a great improvement in their health status. In addition to its guaranteed weight loss, it lowers high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Gradually, it eliminates the breathing problems, stops the disease progression, and reduces risks of developing new serious conditions.

Candidates Of Bariatric Surgery Should Be Meeting The Following Criteria:

  • They should be between 18-65 years old. Nevertheless, younger or older patients are considered in accordance to case-by-case basis
  • They should have followed a medically supervised weight-loss program with no success
  • They should have a body mass index (BMI) of 40 and more, or a BMI of 30-39.9 with a presence of one or more chronic condition. BMI= weight (kg) / height (m) x height (m)
  • Body weight status according to BMI: