Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric Center of Kansas City

From Left to Right: Dr. Brice Hamilton, Dr. Aaron Lloyd, Dr. Billy Helmuth, Dr. Stanley Hoehn & Dr. Kelvin Higa   Bariatric Center of Kansas City surgeons Stanley Hoehn and Brice Hamilton recently participated as faculty members for the course Enhancing the Bariatric Patient Experience, presented by the Johnson & Johnson Institute September 15 and 16, 2017. The J & J Institute presents specialized programs to healthcare providers as part…

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Facilitator:  Chris Bovos, RN, CBN : Chris spoke about Willpower, which most of us wish we had more of, to stop us from making choices that turn out to be bad for us.  Since temptations never stop, it is important to understand that we can improve or strengthen our willpower. There has been a great deal of research regarding will power done by social workers and psychologists over the last…

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Type 2 Diabetes and Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric Surgery Promising for Obese Patients with Type 2 Diabetes A breakthrough in support of bariatric surgery for obese patients with diabetes was achieved recently when 48 multidisciplinary organizations came together to update existing diabetes treatment protocols to now include metabolic/bariatric surgery to control blood sugar and reduce cardiovascular risk! *   Additionally, the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) has developed important and helpful information on this…

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Now that the New Year is right around the corner, it may be a good time for those among us battling extreme weight issues and obesity to consider “getting off the fence” and making a resolution to do something constructive about it. Consider the possibility that 2017 can be the year for many to start a new life geared toward better health and nutrition! Rivka Galchen recently wrote an excellent…

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What does it take to become a bariatric athlete?  High quality nutrition and regular physical exercise is where your training begins! Making the decision to adopt a healthy lifestyle can come with many challenges, and it includes making lifelong lifestyle changes. Whether you are considering weight loss surgery in Kansas City, or you have already had surgery, it is important to note that committing to a physically active lifestyle while…

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Bariatric Surgery And Fear Factors

Did you know that it’s common for people to fear bariatric surgery more than obesity? How can that be? We all know the toll obesity takes on a person’s physical and emotional health, so why would a surgical remedy as part of a comprehensive bariatric health program be considered by some to be less desirable than living with the many negative impacts of obesity in everyday life? In the February…

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Why does my hair fall out after Bariatric Surgery? A common fear and complaint of Kansas City Bariatric Surgery patients is hair loss after the operation. While our hair is an important part of our body image, it is not very important to our bodies. For this reason, nutrition can have a great impact on hair health because when forced to make a choice, the body will shift nutritional stores…

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The Bariatric Center of Kansas City is pleased to announce that our specially formulated “Journey” bariatric nutritional supplements are now available for online purchase!  Patients can select the large yellow “Journey Bariatric Supplements” button found in the middle of our website homepage to be redirected to the Journey online ordering site.  You will also find a Journey page tab at the top of our homepage and a Journey Logo at…

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