Here are the facts:
- Morbid obesity is a chronic condition with many associated diseases.
- Diets don’t work in the long run, but you probably know this already.
- Medical experts agree that BARIATRIC SURGERY produces long term weight loss.
- Medical experts agree that BARIATRIC SURGERY improves most obesity-associated diseases including: Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, high cholesterol/lipids and stress incontinence.
- Medical experts agree that BARIATRIC SURGERY reduces the risk of premature death.
- New Guidelines Call for Metabolic Surgery as Treatment for Diabetes
Remote patient Monitoring.
WLS introduces a unique program in Canada, Remote patient monitoring (RPM). RPM uses state-of-the-art digital technology plus high definition, secure, teleconferencing to monitor patients remotely and ensure the life style and diet changes required after bariatric/surgery are ingrained and followed for life. Read more…
What is Morbid obesity?
Learn about the chronic disease morbid obesity and the risks to your health.
Why should you have bariatric surgery.
More detailed information on the risks and benefits of bariatric surgery to help you with your research.
Which Bariatric Surgery is Right for you.
Some guidelines to help you choose.
How safe is this surgery?
We present our published experience including the data from our private hospital.
BARIATRIC SURGERY is available in the public sector but the wait times are long (1-3 years or more).
We offer this surgery in the PRIVATE SECTOR which gives you another choice as to how to proceed.
- Choose your operation date.
- Plan your business/personal life around your surgery date with no fear of cancellation.
We are fortunate to have access to a licensed, fully accredited hospital facility in Montreal, Canada with highly trained staff and the latest laparoscopic equipment for bariatric surgery .
This allows us to admit and care for our patients for 1-2 days after surgery (depending on the procedure) to ensure their safety.
As an added precaution, we have a direct “service corridor” with the McGill University Health Center (MGH Pavillion), a tertiary care bariatric surgery center,where patients can be transferred if the need for intensive care arises due to rare complications of leak, pulmonary embolus or myocardial infaction (< 2% chance).
Morbidly Obese – The journey of three of our patients (please view and give us your thoughts)
Editorial comment by Dr. Christou in Bariatric News.
Please read this interesting post by Canada’s leading obesity expert.