As the UK’s leading provider of bariatric surgery, we see many patients who deal with the complexities of obesity on a daily basis.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines obesity in adults as a BMI of 30 or over. While losing weight can lower your BMI, it’s not that simple for those suffering from obesity. Genetics, physiology, environment and even your profession can influence obesity. Eating less and moving can certainly help with weight loss, but those suffering from obesity might need some extra help.
Bariatric surgery is an important tool in helping people who suffer from obesity to lose weight and tackle obesity-related health issues such as Type 2 diabetes and high cholesterol. In order to have a weight loss procedure with us, your BMI cannot be over 55. For those who have a BMI of over 55, there is a way to lose weight and lower your BMI pre-surgery.
Our self-administered weight loss treatment is an effective way to lose weight in order to fit the weight loss surgery criteria. A treatment that you can use by yourself in the comfort of your own home, it helps you feel full more quickly. This means that you’re less likely to overeat and lose weight as a result.
When you begin the programme with us, you will have all the support that you could need to guide you on your weight loss journey. Our non-surgical weight loss experts will give you the advice and tools that you’ll need to begin, and our expert nutritional advisors will be on hand to support your weight loss with dietary advice. If your goal is to lower your BMI in order to be suitable for weight loss surgery, we will do everything that we can to help you reach this goal.
Alternatively, if you are under the BMI range for weight loss surgery, this non-surgical alternative could be the perfect option for you.
For more information and to find out if this treatment is suitable for you, book your free consultation today.