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  • Improve Your Quality of Life — Visit Our Bariatric Center in Parker, CO

  • Is your weight holding you back from enjoying everyday activities, like running around with your children or going for a bike ride? Are you more than 100 pounds over your ideal body weight? If you are looking to lose a significant amount of weight and have been unsuccessful with healthy eating and exercise, you should consider bariatric surgery as a treatment option.

    Bariatric surgery not only helps an individual lose weight, but it can also correct a number of health issues, including joint pain, fatigue, sleep apnea and diabetes. Are you ready to improve your quality of life? Request a consultation with one of the Parker, Colorado bariatric surgeons at Parker Adventist Hospital today.

    Am I a Candidate for Bariatric Surgery?

    How do you determine if you are a candidate for weight loss surgery? Body mass index (BMI) is a formula that uses weight and height to estimate potential obesity. This is a big factor that bariatric surgeons take into account before proceeding with any weight loss procedures. Before you decide to undergo bariatric surgery in Parker, you must meet the following guidelines:

    • You have a BMI of 40 or higher (you are more than 100 pounds overweight), with or without health issues

    • You have a BMI of 35 or higher and are living with heart disease, diabetes or sleep apnea

    • You have not been able to meet your weight loss goals by eating healthy foods and exercising

    Would you like to know your BMI? Use our tool on the right to calculate your BMI. If you meet the above guidelines, contact Parker Adventist Hospital at 303-925-4290 to schedule a consultation. Our bariatric surgeons in Parker would be happy to sit down with you to discuss your weight loss goals and how bariatric surgery can help you achieve them. 

    Parker Adventist Hospital offers a specialty in bariatrics and proudly serves individuals living in Parker, Centennial, Lone Tree, Aurora, Denver and the surrounding areas of Colorado.



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