Health Conditions

Change. Change. Change. Oh, the changes that can happen with bariatric surgery.

The obesity-related conditions that helped you qualify for bariatric surgery may disappear with successful weight loss such as type 2 diabetes (which can lead to amputations, blindness, kidney disease and nerve defects), high blood pressure, heart disease, joint aches, gastroesophageal reflux disease and fatty liver disease.

Imagine a life without type 2 diabetes (which can lead to amputations, blindness, kidney disease and nerve defects), high blood pressure, heart disease, joint aches, gastroesophageal reflux disease and fatty liver disease.

Bariatric surgery leads to physiologic changes in your body that impact your energy and fat metabolism. Surgery, coupled with improved nutrition, exercise and behavior modification, will lead to A Better You.

Quality of Life

After bariatric surgery, you​ may find yourself not only feeling physically lighter, but emotionally buoyant as well. Don’t be surprised if your self-esteem increases, leading you to have a new outlook on work, family life and social interactions. Weight loss surgery isn’t a magic wand and it will take commitment. But the rewards can be well worth the effort.

If you have any questions, please call our Program Coordinator at 1-877-934-9355.


According to the American Heart Association Scientific Statement, weight loss surgery can have a positive effect on health condition. Learn more