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The Aftercare Advantage

Beyond Bariatric Surgery: The Aftercare Advantage

Your weight loss journey doesn’t end with surgery. Follow up is an important part of helping you make sure that you lose the weight and keep it off. The long-term aftercare you receive helps ensure your continued weight loss success. 

Aftercare begins with a class about 7-9 days postoperatively, once you have gone home and begun your recovery from surgery. This class includes all the elements you need to know to be successful after surgery. We review the post-surgical diet based on your individual situation, and discuss your changed nutritional needs and other needs.

Shortly after that, you will have a session with a registered dietitian, who provides additional information about diet as you move further along in your recovery from surgery. We will also discuss your lab results with you, and explain to you how your nutritional needs may have changed at this point in your recovery from surgery. Our follow up continues over time—we meet with you periodically to make sure that you are losing weight and maintaining your nutritional status. 

Additional Support and Resources

Free monthly support meetings help you keep up with your diet and other requirements by giving you the support of others who are in the same situation as you are. Studies have shown that people who share the weight loss journey and have group support and long-term follow up tend to have more success. 

Our commitment to providing you with the best possible care doesn’t stop at the surgical suite—we’re with you every step along the way as you regain your health through weight loss

To contact The Center for Bariatric Medicine and Surgery, call 551-996-4424. 

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