Isn’t it frustrating that you can follow the same diet and exercise routine as your friends or family members and not see half of the results?
Are you or your loved one suffering in silence from a hernia? It is important to contact your doctor as soon as you notice any signs of a hernia.
Are you considering a feeding tube for yourself or a loved one and don’t know where to begin?
Are you living with GERD and bracing yourself for a lifetime of medication and discomfort?
When diet and exercise fail to help, sometimes surgery is the solution. Let’s look at two options and their differences: gastric bypass vs banding.
Bad news: You gained all the weight back from your weight loss surgery years ago.
Weight loss is a sensitive topic for many. However, when weight-related illnesses impact your life, you may need to consider gastric bypass surgery with Maryland Bariatrics.
If repeated dieting and lifestyle changes have left you with no results, it may be time to consider weight loss surgery with the professionals at Maryland Bariatrics.
Bariatric surgery, or weight loss surgery, is a way to attack weight loss head on by manipulating your body to feel fuller faster.
Below are four common types of surgery and how they work.
Dr. Barry Greene is a Bariatric Surgeon with over 15 years of experience in advanced laparoscopic procedures. He is a graduate of the University of Miami Medical School and a Wright State University School of Medicine Surgical Residency where the Academy of Medicine honored him as the Outstanding Resident of 1990. He remained on faculty at Wright State University and Wright Patterson Air Force Base developing a Laparoscopic Program until 1992 when he transferred to Andrews Air Force Base.
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