Gastric Bypass in Australia

Total 53 Records for Gastric Bypass in Australia - Clinics(25) Doctors(28)

 

Dr. Harald Puhalla

Ground Floor, Suite 7 14 Hill Street, Southport - 4215,Queensland, Australia

Harald Puhalla Southport 18116 1
Gastric Bypass

Dr. Gregory Nolan

Suite 1, Level 5 123 Nerang Street, Southport - 4215,Queensland, Australia

Gregory Nolan Southport 18117 1
Gastric Bypass

Dr. Ravi Rao

Suite 2 Level 1 St John of God Medical Centre Ellesmere Road, Mount Lawley - 6050,Western Australia, Australia

Ravi Rao Mount Lawley
Gastric Bypass

Dr. Victor Liew

14 Hill Street, Southport - 4215,Queensland, Australia

Victor Liew Southport
Gastric Bypass

Dr. John Treacy

Rocklands Drive Tiwi, Darwin - 0810,Northern Territory, Australia

John Treacy Darwin
Gastric Bypass

Dr. Peter Newbury

Rocklands Drive Tiwi, Darwin - 0810,Northern Territory, Australia

Peter Newbury Darwin
Gastric Bypass

Dr. Paul Leong

, Adelaide - ,South Australia, Australia

Paul Leong Adelaide 19156 1
Gastric Bypass

Dr. Reza Adib

, Varsity Lakes - ,Queensland, Australia

Reza Adib Varsity Lakes 19157 1
Gastric Bypass

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Adelaide Obesity Surgery

Level 1, Wakefield Clinic 270 Wakefield Street, Adelaide - 5000,South Australia, Australia

Adelaide Obesity Surgery Adelaide 12883
Gastric Bypass This procedure looks complicated in the pictures but is really very simple. The most important step is that the stomach is simply divided in two. But not into two equal halves; the stomach is divided into a small upper stomach about the size of a small lemon (to restrict food intake), leaving the main larger part of the stomach completely untouched. Read More
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Epworth Centre for Bariatric Surgery

Suite 2.1 173 Lennox Street, Richmond - 3121,Victoria, Australia

Epworth Centre for Bariatric Surgery Richmond
Gastric Bypass Here a small stomach pouch is created to restrict food intake. Next, a Y-shaped section of the small intestine is attached to the pouch to allow food to bypass the lower stomach, the duodenum (the first segment of the small intestine), and the first portion of the jejunum (the second segment of the small intestine). This bypass reduces the absorption of nutrients and thereby reduces the calorie intake. Read More