Often called bariatric surgery, weight loss surgery is not a cosmetic procedure. It reflects an educated decision to improve your health and quality of life. Patients who opt for weight loss surgery at the New Hampshire Weight Loss Center see their lives transform. The journey requires effort and commitment, and we're here to help you every step of the way.
Bariatric surgery is the general term for a variety of weight loss surgical procedures that reduce the size of the stomach, helping patients to lose weight and maintain health through reduced consumption, healthy eating and exercise. The surgery is a tool, not a cure, to help treat weight problems. Our mission is to help patients transform their lives through surgical weight loss when nonsurgical attempts have been unsuccessful.
The Family Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing a variety of professional medical services including administering physical examinations, annual physicals, managing chronic diseases including diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, prescribing medications, ordering films, and reviewing diagnostic tests if medically necessary.
Kim lost 235 pounds and 215 inches in only 14 months. She is an amazing success story of determination. Kim stated “If I can do it, anyone can!” “I have struggled with my weight my whole life. I have gone up and down the scales numerous times. Before Ageless, I did not know how to life a healthy lifestyle. The staff at Ageless Center has taught me to be the healthy version of me.” Kim worked hard on her weight loss and she looks amazing.
Have you lost the weight, but still haven’t regained your ideal shape or figure due to remaining skin and pockets of superficial fat? Residents of greater Lexington and Georgetown, as well as the surrounding communities of Kentucky, count on Commonwealth Plastic Surgery for post-weight loss contouring. Contact us today to set up your post-weight loss contouring consultation!
During the first phase, also called the Acute Weight Loss phase, you will eat primarily protein foods to get your body into ketosis. Calorie counts during this stage may be low. There are several media reports and reviews from patients stating that they were given daily goals in the 500-800 range. According to the company, those claims are not true: