Archive for the ‘Bariatric’ Category

12/10/2019

Orbera Gastric Balloon FAQ

  How long is the recovery process? You should plan at least three days of inactivity to recover from the procedure. You will be able to resume normal activity sooner or later than this depending on how quickly your body adjusts to the balloon. How long does the balloon stay in your stomach? The Orbera […]

10/22/2019

5 Benefits of a Gastric Balloon: Lower Cost Non-Surgical Approach to Weight Loss

It’s hard to be overweight. It’s difficult to accommodate in the cinema or in the seats of the aircraft, you feel that the people you are looking at in restaurants makes you feel self-conscious like shopping in the department stores. You even try to avoid looking at yourself in mirrors. At ideal Body Institute we […]

Why Bariatric Surgery?
05/21/2019

Why Bariatric Surgery?

Georgia SurgiCare is a world-renowned facility for weight loss surgery (bariatric surgery). Dr.Chis Ibikunkle uses the most advanced, innovative surgical techniques. Weight Loss Stomach Surgery Bariatric surgery (or stomach surgery) works because it physically appends your stomach’s anatomy, restricting overeating and thus weight gain. Hunger is reduced, and a sensation of fullness becomes the norm. […]

05/16/2019

Effective Weight Loss With No Downtime- Endoscopic Gastric Bypass

Weight Loss Minimally Invasive Weight Loss Procedure: Endoscopic Gastric Bypass Wouldn’t it be great if you could lose weight and feel great with no downtime? Now you can. Dr. Chris Ibikunle of Georgia SurgiCare is a bariatric surgeon who specializes in a new form of gastric bypass surgery known as Endoscopic Gastric Bypass. This new […]

04/16/2019

Which Weight Loss Surgery is Right for You?

April 16, 2019 by Dr “Chris” Ibikunle – Bariatric and Reflux Surgeon Which Weight Loss Surgery is Right for You? Surgery of any kind is not to be taken lightly, but when it comes to weight issues, there are three simple procedures that can, quite frankly, save your life. If you struggle with obesity, you’re […]

Start Your Weight Loss Journey Today!
01/29/2019

Start Your Weight Loss Journey Today!

Effective Weight Loss without Surgery With Endosleeve By “Dr Chris” Ibikunle I am one of the few weight loss doctors who will tell you upfront that obesity is a chronic disease and that we do not have a cure for as of yet. For some people, achieving a sense of fullness is a constant struggle that […]

Just say NO to Regain and Emotional Eating after Bariatric Surgery
08/22/2018

Just say NO to Regain and Emotional Eating after Bariatric Surgery

by Kristin Lloyd It is very common for bariatric patients to fear regain after having bariatric surgery. Having the surgery to begin with is a courageous step towards reaching their health goals. For many, bariatric surgery is a tool that individuals see as their last-ditch effort to lose the weight and keep it off long […]

05/08/2018

Georgia Surgicare Now Offers Endoscopic Pouch and Outlet Repair for Patients Regaining Weight after Weight Loss Surgery

Holly Smith, a 38-year old accountant and mother of three, struggled with her weight her entire life until she had weight loss surgery four years ago. Within a year, she had lost almost one-third of her weight and felt like she was finally looking and feeling great. But recently, the pounds started to come back. […]

12/11/2017

Obalon Balloon System – $1,500 off Promotion Available Through March 31st 2018

What is the Obalon Balloon System? Obalon is the FIRST and ONLY swallowable, FDA-approved balloon system for weight loss. The Obalon Balloon System helps facilitate weight loss by taking up space in your stomach so you eat less. Three balloons are placed for a six-month non-surgical treatment, combined with a professionally supervised nutrition and exercise […]

09/25/2017

Women’s Health & Fitness Day 2017

September 27th is Women’s Health & Fitness Day! The day focuses on raising awareness about women’s health issues and encouraging exercise and fitness, as well as preventative screening and care. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the leading causes of health-related death among women in the United States are heart disease, stroke […]