bariatric revision surgery in tucson

How do I know if I
need revision

There are two main reasons why someone would consider a revision Bariatric Surgery.

  1. You have a problem with your initial surgery. Complications are uncommon after bariatric surgery, but some may require a revision surgery. The most common reason why people require revision bariatric surgery after a Gastric Bypass is for the treatment of a chronic ulcer. The most common reason that people require a revision after a Sleeve Gastrectomy is heartburn (GERD) or frequent vomiting.
  2. You’ve regained weight or did not lose enough weight initially after surgery. Our non-surgical program and online nutrition program is an excellent place to start if you are struggling with weight regain or inadequate weight loss. If you’ve had a Sleeve Gastrectomy, you have two revision surgery options available to help with additional weight loss – a Gastric Bypass and a SADI procedure. If you’ve had a Gastric Bypass surgery, there are not any great surgical options for helping with weight regain, but GLP-1 medications may be helpful.

Should you consider gastric revision surgery?

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A decision you don’t make alone

an assessment with benefits

Dr. Weiner and his team use the Pound of Cure Weight Loss Program to help determine whether bariatric revision surgery or a sleeve to gastric bypass conversion is right for you. You may be a candidate if you’re experiencing any of these issues after your initial bariatric surgery:

  • Weight gain after surgery
  • Weight loss didn’t meet expectations
  • Problems swallowing
  • Acid Reflux / Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
  • Frequent vomiting
  • Displaced gastric bands or ports
  • Disrupted staple line
  • Gastric fistula
  • Chronic marginal ulcer

conversion or revision surgery

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Are you a post-bariatric surgery patient and still experiencing issues with inadequate weight loss or weight regain? Though most bariatric procedures are effective, some patients do experience issues afterward that might leave you wondering if something is wrong. Dr. Weiner and his team can help determine the best path to get you back on track. Whether you need help managing a complication of your initial Bariatric Surgery, or losing additional weight, Pound of Cure Weight Loss can help.

Weight Loss Surgery is often a journey with many bumps along the way. Thankfully, almost every postoperative issue, or any amount of weight regain is treatable. The science of obesity has made giant leaps in the last decade an no one should ever have to suffer from obesity or complications of Bariatric Surgery.
– Dr. Matthew Weiner

Step 1

Fill out the form below, so we know to keep an eye out for you! Our team is friendly, personable, and ready to help. We’re happy to reach out and guide you through the right steps for your specific needs.

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Step 2

Your first appointment will be with Dr. Weiner for a medical evaluation. This provides you with medical insight into your baseline health, physical characteristics, and informs you of anything you need to do to optimize your body prior to surgery.

Step 3

Enroll in our nutritional counseling sessions with our team via Zoom (part of the Pound of Cure Weight Loss Program). During this time, you will work with Zoe, our dietitian and Dr. Weiner and his team to determine if surgery is right for you.

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