Sleeve Gastrectomy can help patients experience weight loss by decreasing the size of the stomach and reducing hunger.
For people struggling with managing their weight, sleeve gastrectomy can be an effective treatment for obesity and related conditions. It works by reducing the size of the stomach, resulting in a new stomach shaped like a tube or sleeve. Patients who undergo sleeve gastrectomy typically experience weight loss averaging 25% of total body weight, increased energy and freedom of movement, and improvements to or the resolution of obesity-related health conditions such as sleep apnea, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes.
Our expert team is at the forefront of surgical weight loss procedures and will work with you to identify your weight management goals and preferences to find the best weight loss procedure for you. Following your surgery, we'll also provide you with a lifetime of nutritional and dietary guidance and identify behavioral strategies for success to ensure that you achieve and maintain a healthier life.
At Brigham and Women's, we are currently taking a comprehensive approach to prevent the spread of infectious diseases while we continue to provide the expert weight management care our patients need. Additionally, patients have the option of meeting with our weight management team in-person or through a Virtual Visit.
To schedule an appointment or Virtual Visit, watch our short information session below and submit your contact information at the end. A new patient coordinator will then reach out to schedule your appointment.
Brigham and Women's offers state-of-the-art weight loss surgery (bariatric surgery), as well as long-term nutritional and behavioral support to patients who want to improve their health and achieve lasting weight management.
To book an appointment or Virtual Visit with one of our expert weight loss surgeons, please first watch the short information session below. After completing the session, a new patient coordinator will be in touch to schedule your consult. Alternatively, you can call the number provided at the end of the session to speak to a new patient coordinator during regular business hours.