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St. Elizabeth and St. Joseph Surgical Weight Loss Center

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If you, or someone you love, are currently struggling with being overweight, remember that you are not alone. The St. Elizabeth and St. Joseph Surgical Weight Loss Center is here to help. The first steps to weight control usually include diets and exercise and in some cases prescription medications approved to assist in weight loss. However, despite these measures, many morbidly obese people still can't control their weight. This is when weight loss surgery may be indicated.

The St. Elizabeth and St. Joseph Surgical Weight Loss Center takes a truly comprehensive approach to the evaluation, treatment and follow-up of surgical weight loss patients. Surgical weight loss or bariatric surgery isn't entered into lightly, but when you make the decision we're with you - every step of the way.

Since opening in April 2002, the St. Elizabeth and St. Joseph Surgical Weight Loss Center has taken a comprehensive approach to the evaluation, treatment and follow-up of surgical weight loss patients. Surgical weight loss or bariatric surgery isn't entered into lightly, but when you make the decision we're with you - every step of the way.

In the United States and throughout the world, obesity continues to increase by epidemic proportions. In the United States, 1 out or every 5 individuals is obese and 1 out of every 20 individuals is morbidly obese. Morbid obesity refers to the extent of obesity at which it begins to cause medical problems and interfere with a person's quality of life. Obesity can prevent people from working and doing the things that they enjoy such as walking, running or even playing with their children. In addition, obesity has been shown to cause or aggravate medical conditions including high blood pressure, sugar diabetes, high cholesterol and more. Also, it has been scientifically proven that obesity shortens your life span.

The first steps to weight control usually include diets and exercise and in some cases prescription medications approved to assist in weight loss. However, despite these measures, many morbidly obese people still can't control their weight. This is when weight loss surgery may be indicated.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

452 Broadway Street
Youngstown, Ohio 44501
Phone: 330-480-2866
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www.hmpartners.org