Segment on The Dr. Oz Show Highlights the Effectiveness of the ORBERA Weight Loss System, Notes Beverly Hills Physicians

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The Los Angeles area medical center notes that the popular medical TV show demonstrated the effectiveness of the FDA-approved weight loss procedure, which they are now offering

The ORBERA device is regarded as an extremely promising solution for patients whose excess weight is negatively impacting their health.

…For people looking to lose 20 to 50 pounds of stubborn weight, the ORBERA Instagastric Balloon is an excellent non-surgical solution.

According to an episode of The Dr. Oz Show broadcast nationally on March 14th, the ORBERA Intragastric Balloon is a new weight loss system for people struggling with obesity who wish to shed excess body weight that appears to be highly effective. The show featured a woman who, despite working hard at a healthy diet and exercise routine, experienced difficulty in losing excess weight and wanted to jumpstart the weight loss process. The woman announced that, after a 6-month period following the insertion of the intragrastic balloon and maintaining a modified diet, she had lost a total of 28 pounds. Los Angeles based physicians group, Beverly Hills Physicians (BHP), notes that, for people looking to lose 20 to 50 pounds of stubborn weight, the ORBERA Instagastric Balloon is an excellent non-surgical solution that they are proud to offer to patients who may not be candidates for bariatric surgeries. BHP explains how the system works:

The procedure - The ORBERA Intragastric Balloon involves a minimally invasive, non-surgical procedure in which a balloon is endoscopically inserted into the stomach through the mouth while the patient is under light sedation. Once safely inside, the balloon is then inflated to roughly the size of a grapefruit in order to partially fill the stomach capacity. This helps patients feel fuller faster than previously, helping them control their diet by reducing feelings of hunger. The system is temporary; the balloon is only intended to stay in the patient’s stomach for a six month period, and BHP notes that, on average, within a span of six months, patients who get the procedure can expect to lose between 25 and 35% of excess body weight.

After the procedure – Following the insertion of the balloon, BHP explains that the patient is expected to adhere to a long term dieting and behavior modification plan as prescribed by their team of dieticians and clinical psychologists. On a regular basis, the patient will continue to meet with BHP’s team of weight loss experts to ensure continued success. After six months, BHP explains that the balloon is safely removed, and the patient is advised to continue following the prescribed diet plan.

BHP offers the full range of weight loss procedures, including the gastric sleeve and Lap Band, as well as a number of non-surgical alternatives, including coaching. For additional information on the procedures themselves or to find out if you are candidate for a bariatric procedure, prospective patients can call (800) 788-1416 to schedule a free consultation. BHP notes that their friendly, compassionate and highly professional staff is ready to assist new patients in helping them accomplish their weight loss goals. Interested readers can also visit BHP online at for further information.

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