Why Attend a Bariatric Weight Loss Seminar?May 25, 2021
After a roller coaster year of a global pandemic, many Americans reported gaining weight last year. Additionally, there is still a large population that have always struggled with obesity. If you are among those considering surgical weight loss, this article is for you!
Our dietitian Katie Seiffert shared with us several things our patients learn when they decide to attend a weight loss surgery seminar.
- What is weight loss surgery?
- What surgeries are performed at Princeton?
- What are the qualifications for weight loss surgery?
- How much does it cost? Will my insurance cover it?
- What are the risks with each procedure?
- What are the health benefits of surgery?
- What should I expect before and after surgery?
- I think I really want to have bariatric surgery. What are my next steps?
- For in-person, patients are encouraged to ask any questions they may have.
To get the answers to these questions and more, please sign up to attend a weight loss seminar virtually or in-person by following this link: https://www.princetonbaptistmedicalcenter.com/events
She also shared some comments by recent weight loss patients:
“If you are thinking of having this surgery, my best advice to you would be to realize it is mind over matter, and to make sure you have a lot of supportive people around you. This is not an easy quick fix, it is a total lifestyle change and takes hard work and dedication. Never give up.”
-Dena Marshall, Patient of Dr. John Mathews, Bariatric Surgeon affiliated with Princeton Baptist Medical Center
“I knew I wanted to use Dr. Mathews as a surgeon because he is dedicated to his patients, careful and thorough, and his team of nurses are so supportive. The resources at the (Comprehensive Bariatric Center at Princeton Baptist) were (and are) so helpful, especially as I began my journey.”
-Rebecca Stocks, Gastric sleeve patient of Dr. John Mathews, bariatric surgeon affiliated with Princeton Baptist Medical Center