Weight loss surgery in Aurora, Colorado

If you’ve tried traditional weight loss regimens, only to find that the plans have failed, you’re not alone. For people with a BMI of 35-40 (50-80 or more pounds overweight), the chance of long-term success with diet and exercise alone is less than 5%! If you suffer from obesity and its related health conditions such as type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea and gastric reflux disease, the expert bariatric surgery team at The Medical Center of Aurora may be able to help. Led by a Cleveland Clinic trained, board-certified surgeon, we can help you decide if surgery is your best option and give you the support you need before, during and after your procedure.

To learn more about bariatric surgery at The Medical Center of Aurora, call us at (303) 873-0630.

Types of bariatric surgery we perform

The bariatric surgery team at The Medical Center of Aurora uses advanced techniques, such as minimally invasive surgery, to reduce the impact of surgery on the body and get patients back to living their lives! The bariatric surgeries we perform include:

  • Laparoscopic loop duodenal switch
  • Mini gastric bypass
  • Revision surgery
  • Roux-en-Y bypass
  • Sleeve gastrectomy

Are you a candidate for bariatric surgery?

At The Medical Center of Aurora we have helped patients change their lives and cure disease such at type-2 diabetes with the assistance of weight loss surgery. But your success depends on your commitment to a life-long changes. Find out if you may be a candidate for bariatric surgery.

Online videos to support nutrition

Nutrition is a key component of your weight-loss surgery journey. It begins well before the day of surgery and continues to be an important consideration throughout recovery and beyond. To provide support as you make these nutritional changes, our team has put together online classes for each stage of the journey.

Bariatric surgery at HealthONE

Bariatric surgery, also commonly referred to as weight loss surgery, is generally performed on patients struggling with obesity. There are several types of bariatric surgery, but they all aim to decrease food intake with the goal of rapid weight loss.

Learn about Bariatric surgery