Life Weight Loss Centre (LWLC) is an Excellent Treatment Centre for any Obesity Related Problems
Released on: February 13, 2008, 1:17 am
Press Release Author: Deepthi Kumar
Press Release Summary: Life Weight Loss centre provides full support for obesity patients by giving excellent, safe and effective weight-loss surgery, comprehensive pre- and post-operative education and ongoing aftercare treatment
Press Release Body: Dr. Durmush of Life Weight Loss Centre, Sydney Australia, specializes in treating obese patients with safe and effective weight loss surgeries. His special interest includes general, laparoscopic, cosmetic and obesity surgery. With a highly trained team of surgeons, nurses, nutritionists, exercise therapists and psychologists, Life Weight Loss Centre are able to provide patients with an efficient weight-loss surgery.
Non Surgical obesity treatments at Life Weight Loss Centre including proper dieting, good exercise by expert exercise therapists, medication, hypnosis and acupuncture. According to recent research non surgical methods of weight reduction help patients to lose only 10% of excess weight which is regained within a few years. To over come from this disadvantage Life Weight Loss Centre suggests surgical weight loss treatment options including intragastric balloon, laparoscopic gastric banding, laparoscopic sleeve (tube) gastrectomy and biliopancreatic bypass.
The main advantages of LWLC are, they are aware of patient's goal to reduce weight may not be fully achieved with a gastric banding or sleeve gastrectomy, however with a proper exercise program, added to surgery, will certainly helps in maximize weight loss.
After achieving your goal weight, LWLC have the expertise to assess cosmetic surgery needs associated with weight loss, such as trimming of excessive skin, tummy tucks combined with liposuction (a procedure unique to this practice) and breast lifts and augmentations.
Web Site: http://www.lifeweightloss.com.au
Contact Details: Life Weight Loss Centre 171-173 Macquarie street Sydney NSW 2000