It's More Than Surgery. It's a Life-Changer.
Reclaim Your Health With Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery
If you're struggling with obesity, and repeated dieting and exercise have not worked, it may be time to consider a bariatric weight loss procedure. At Crestwood Medical Center, our goal is to guide you toward finding renewed health and wellness through proven bariatric solutions and compassionate support.
Many of our patients experience more than just long-term weight reduction; they experience notable improvement in their health and they “feel” better overall. Concerns - including diabetes, hypertension, respiratory problems, heart disease and depression - may improve significantly after weight loss. Patients often gain a new outlook on life, and can pursue goals and activities that weren’t possible before. Our program utilizes a wide variety of methods throughout the surgical journey, including dietary counseling, behavior modification, exercise and support groups. As we guide patients through this process, we do more than help reduce weight. We change lives.
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Am I a Candidate for Weight Loss Surgery?
A bariatric procedure may be a good solution if:
- You have a body mass index (BMI) greater than or equal to 40.
- You have a BMI greater than or equal to 35, and you also suffer from an obesity-related health condition, such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, sleep apnea or hypertension.
- Your serious attempts to lose weight through diet, exercise and behavioral changes have had only short-term success.
- You are psychologically ready for weight loss surgery and willing to commit to modifying your lifestyle.
- You do not drink alcohol in excess.
If you suffer from an obesity-related health condition, your BMI is less than 34 and you’ve not been able to successfully maintain long-term weight loss, you may still be a candidate for surgery, depending on other health conditions. Discuss available options with your doctor.
Learn more about body mass index by downloading our guide to bariatric surgery or take an assessment to see if you may qualify for surgery.Download Our Guide Start My Assessment
Why Choose Us
At Crestwood Medical Center, we understand that weight loss is a complicated issue, and it requires a supportive community to make lasting changes. And, we believe it is never too late to take control.
Our bariatric surgery program includes a specially trained team of professionals who will work closely with you and your primary care physician to create a personalized plan that promotes your physical and emotional well-being.
Crestwood Medical Center's bariatric surgical services are accredited by the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP), a joint program of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) and the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS). This means Crestwood Medical Center meets a strict list of standards and requirements to ensure our patients have the best outcomes.
We guide our patients through the entire process, providing both trusted medical guidance and compassionate emotional support from pre-surgery to long after the procedure date. Weight loss surgery is a lifelong commitment, and you can find peace of mind knowing that comprehensive follow-up care is always here for you.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking special precautions to keep our offices and other care environments safe for every patient. Learn more about the steps we are taking.
When it comes down to it, weight loss surgery is far more than a medical procedure—it's a chance for a fresh start, a boost of confidence, and a newfound hope for what a healthier life can look and feel like.Meet The Surgeons
Insurance Coverage and Payment Options
Our caring and compassionate team is ready to answer any questions you have about insurance coverage and payment options. If you have health insurance, we can assist you with understanding your policy and the requirements for full or partial coverage. Many major insurance providers require medical documentation of weight-related health problems, proof of participation in a medically supervised diet program, a psychological evaluation and a nutritional evaluation. We will work with you to collect the information needed throughout each step of the process.
For those interested in private-pay or self-pay options, we can assist in developing a payment plan that's right for you. If you think the surgery could benefit your life but are concerned about affordability, we are here to help you explore your financial options, including third-party options for affordable financing.
Call us today to learn more about weight loss surgery payment options.Call: 1-256-429-4092