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  • The 3 Surgical Procedures

    Learn about each of the three main surgical procedures for weight loss: Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (RYGB); Adjustable Gastric Band (AGB); and Gastric Sleeve (GS).
  • Board Certified Surgeons

    Dr. Andrew DeWitt and Dr. John Mathews are skilled, experienced surgeons, and board certified by the American College of Surgeons. Learn more about them.

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    Learn more about weight loss surgical procedures, the preparation required and even practical details like insurance information at our FREE Weight Loss Surgery Seminars.

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from the Level-1 Bariatric Center of Excellence Review News Archive
  • Stay Warm With Celebrate’s Healthy Chicken Soup Recipe

    Got the winter blues? Celebrate’s healthy chicken soup recipe will help you stay warm and on track with your protein needs and weight loss goals – giving your mood a boost in the winter gloom.

  • Loose Skin After Weight Loss

    A courageous young man shares one of his biggest post-weight loss insecurities in this honest and inspirational video: his loose skin.

  • Where We Are With Obesity Treatment

    Obesity is a serious health condition – a worldwide epidemic that claims thousands and thousands of lives every year. As we learn more about obesity and its treatment, much of our thinking has changed over the last decade.

  • Delicious Thanksgiving Recipes

    With Thanksgiving just a few days away, UNJURY┬« has a selection of delicious holiday bariatric recipes that we’re glad to share with you.

  • Health Is Not Measured In Pounds

    As Dr. Arya Sharma, MD, PhD, FRCPC, recently explained at the 2014 Your Weight Matters National Convention, good health is possible over a wider range of body weights than was previously thought possible.

  • Young Obesity Can Become Long-Term

    Researchers are finding that obesity in younger children can be persistent as they grow. For example, kids who are overweight at age 11 are likely be overweight at age 16 as well.