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Start Your Weight Loss Journey

Knowing where to start with bariatric surgery can be confusing. You may have questions about the process, finding a good bariatric doctor, insurance coverage, and what weight loss procedure is best for you. Our team specializes in minimally invasive weight loss surgery and can answer those questions to help you choose the safest and most effective option for you.

Call us today to speak with a weight loss expert about scheduling a consultation or attending an information session:

Call (480) 757-0292

What Is Weight Loss Surgery?

Weight loss surgery, also known as bariatric surgery, is a safe and effective way to lose weight long-term. It reduces the amount of food your stomach holds and helps you to feel full faster, resulting in significant weight loss results. The best way to get started is to schedule a consultation. Talking with us will help you understand your weight loss surgery options, recovery time, complications, and risks. Many chronic conditions can be improved or eliminated through surgical weight loss.

Common Chronic Conditions that Qualify for Weight Loss Surgery

  • Morbid Obesity
  • Arthritis
  • Sleep Apnea
  • High Blood Pressure
  • High Cholesterol
  • Type 2 Diabetes

We take care of you from the moment you arrive until you reach your weight loss goals. Our comprehensive program includes physical and psychological evaluation, nutritional support, post-surgery medications, and peer-based support. We want to ensure your get the results you deserve.

Sleeve Gastrectomy (Gastric Sleeve)

What is it?
This popular procedure restricts the volume of food that can be eaten with no intestinal bypass by creating a small stomach about the size of a banana. You will experience noticeable changes in your gut hormones as this procedure promotes satiety, suppresses hunger, and in many cases reverses Type 2 diabetes.

How It Works

  • Minimally invasive
  • Significantly reduces amount of food consumed
  • Reduces size of stomach 

Average Surgery Length
1+ hour

Average Time Away from Work
1 Week

Average Weight Loss*
60% of excess weight

Gastric Bypass

What is it?
A small pouch is attached to small intestines where food is separated. This allows food to bypass portions of the small intestine. Not only are fewer calories and nutrients being absorbed, but changes in gut hormones that promote satiety and suppress hunger result in weight loss and in some cases reverse Type 2 diabetes.

How It Works

  • Long-term, sustained weight loss
  • Limits carbs and sugar
  • Bypasses intestines

Average Surgery Length
2+ hour

Average Time Away from Work
1 Week

Average Weight Loss*
70% of excess weight


Trying to decide which weight loss surgery is right for you? Learn more about our bariatric surgery options, or call (480) 757-0292 to schedule a consultation or attend an informational session. Ask about our nonsurgical weight loss and medical weight loss options as well.