The Journey To Your Best Life
More than a third of Americans struggle with obesity. While it’s often caused by poor eating and exercise habits, obesity can also be affected by your genes and conditions like type 2 diabetes or insulin resistance. That means diet and exercise alone aren’t always enough. Here’s what your journey with bariatric, or weight loss, surgery would look like.
You’ve heard about bariatric surgery from friends or family. Maybe you’ve done research online. But now you want reliable information, to decide whether surgery is right for you.Learn More
You’ve considered your options, consulted your primary care physician, and decided bariatric surgery is right for you. Now it’s time to meet the care team, who will help prepare you for a safe, successful surgery.Learn More
See Michelle D.'s Story
“Now I can rollerblade and ride a bike. I don't need a seatbelt extension on a plane. I went to the Dominican, and I parasailed for the first time. It was on my bucket list for years. I do a lot of activities now. Kayaking. Hiking. I've done four 5Ks! All things I wanted to do or wished I could do, but you know, you're not motivated to do until you lose the weight.”
—Michelle D. from Rochester, NH