Our Weight Loss Program
Experts in the treatment of obesity, new found hope and health, a patient oriented office, smiling faces. This is just a fraction of what you will find here at Texas Laparoscopic Consultants, a partner of Nobilis Health.
As a Centers of Excellence Bariatric program, we believe in providing our patients with a comprehensive weight loss plan and a longterm partner in health. Our weight loss surgeons have helped thousands of patients to achieve healthy and active lifestyles. We offer a complete range of bariatric procedures, including Gastric Bypass, Gastric Sleeve, Gastric Balloon, Gastric Banding, and Medical Weight Loss.
Dr. Scarborough and Dr. Yu are experts in laparoscopic weight loss surgery having performed thousands of procedures since 2002. They have each had fellowship training in laparoscopic surgery.
Dr. Yu and Dr. Scarborough assist each other during major procedures so that our patients have two experienced surgeons performing their weight loss surgery. Also, we work with a team of specialists that include Cardiologists, Pulmonologists, and Critical Care Specialists to make each patient’s surgery and postoperative course as safe as possible.
Our nutritionists, bring a wealth of experience with weight loss surgery nutrition to our program. Our registered dietitians focus is on the weight loss surgery patient. In addition to offering bilingual classes, one of them has even undergone weight loss surgery, bringing first hand experience to the classroom! We currently offer post-operative classes as well to make sure our patients have all the support they need to continue their life changing journey.
Single Incision Surgery
We offer single incision weight loss options. Our weight loss procedures are routinely performed via single incision surgery.
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- BMI < 20
- BMI 20 - 24.9
- healthy weight
- BMI 25 - 29.9
- BMI 30 - 34.9
- BMI 35 - 39.9
- severe obesity
- BMI 40 - 49.9
- morbid obesity
- BMI > 50
- super morbid obesity