New Year’s resolutions can feel full of excitement and possibility. When we embrace the idea that a new year brings a new start, with the right tools and support, we can often make our goals a reality. If your New Year’s resolution year after year is to lose weight, and you’ve struggled to keep lasting results, it might be time to consider bariatric surgery.
Bariatric surgery has proven to be the most effective long-term solution for weight loss. At Advanced Laparoscopic Associates our patients regularly lose 50 percent or more of their excess weight and are able to keep it off for five years or even longer after their surgery. Bariatric surgery can reduce mortality and resolve obesity-related health conditions such as:
- Type 2 diabetes
- High blood pressure and cholesterol
- Sleep apnea/respiration problems
- Gastroesophageal reflux/heartburn
- Osteoarthritis of weight-bearing joints
When you choose ALA, our expert surgeons can provide you with individualized care from initial consultation to long-term aftercare monitoring and can provide you with more surgical options than any other practice in the region. We can perform procedures such as:
Take the first step towards achieving your weight loss goals and sign up for one of our free virtual seminars today!
Inquire About Our Refer a Friend Program*
ALA is proud to offer a Refer a Friend Program to support healthy weight loss through bariatric surgery. To refer a friend simply:
- Acquire a Refer a Friend Program card from your ALA bariatric surgeon
- Write your name on the card and give it to a friend
- If your friend comes to ALA, has bariatric surgery and provides the card to their ALA bariatric surgeon, you get a $25 Visa gift card
Let your resolutions for 2023 be the ones that last. If you’re interested in bariatric surgery, attend one of our free seminars or webinars and then contact us to schedule your consultation.
*The referred patient must have bariatric surgery with ALA in order for the referring patient to qualify for the $25 Visa gift card. The referring patient must be a patient of ALA. Surgery must be scheduled by 1/31/2023 but may be rendered at a later date.