Archive for the ‘Lifestyle’ Category

04/17/2019

Everything You Need To Know About Pregnancy and Endometriosis:Georgia Surgicare

Can I Still Get Pregnant If I Have Endometriosis? When the tissue that normally lines the inner walls of your uterus grows outside of the organ, you have an often-painful disease known as endometriosis. This out-of-place tissue continues to function as it would if it were in the uterus. It gets thicker to prepare for […]

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 […]

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. […]

12/22/2017

I got the orgasm shot and this is what happened

Would you get an injection down there if it gave you THIS result? Read this article from W24 written byLeigh Champanis-King Firstly, what exactly is the O-shot? Dr Nicole Kanaris, aesthetic doctor and founder of MedAesthetique, is one of only eight doctors in SA who has been trained to administer the O-Shot or Orgasm Shot, […]

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 […]

12/06/2017

Surgicare Arts & Aesthetics named a finalist for 2017 Physician of the Year

Surgicare Arts and Aesthetics is proud to have been named a finalist for 2017 Physician of the Year (Specialist Category) for the Gwinnett County Chamber Healthcare Awards. The Healthcare Awards program is part of the Gwinnett Chamber’s commitment to paying tribute to those who are leading the way through innovation, patient and family care, philanthropic […]

10/23/2017

Could Your Heartburn Really be GERD?

Everyone has been plagued with heartburn after an especially rich, fatty or acidic meal, or even from just eating too much. However, few people know that heartburn is actually a symptom of Gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD. Caused by acid and food refluxing back into the esophagus, GERD should not go untreated as it can […]

10/03/2017

Protect Yourself Against Breast Cancer

As the calendar turns to October, shades of pink can be seen all over from NFL games, to local events, to Susan G. Komen 3-Day fundraisers. Recognized all over the world, Breast Cancer Awareness Month draws attention to the early detection and treatment of this disease. Think of your mother, sister, daughter, friend, coworker, neighbor […]

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 […]