Best Obesity Or Bariatric Surgery Hospitals in Bangalore, 57 Results

Manipal Hospital

Manipal Hospital

Old Airport Road, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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157 Doctors
100 Beds

Beauty Salon

Business Centre Services

Cafe

Dedicated Smoking Areas

Dry Cleaning

36 more Services
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Fortis Hospital's logo

Fortis Hospital

Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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106 Doctors
400 Beds
2 Ambulances
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Apollo Hospital's logo

Apollo Hospital

Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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76 Doctors
295 Beds
9 Ambulances

Open Hours

Business Centre Services

Cafe

Dry Cleaning

Family Accommodation

Fitness

33 more Services
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Aster C M I Hospital's logo

Aster C M I Hospital

Hebbal, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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74 Doctors
500 Beds
3 Ambulances
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Sagar Hospitals

Jayanagar, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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72 Doctors
200 Beds
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Sparsh Hospital's logo

Sparsh Hospital

Yeshwanthpur, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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64 Doctors
250 Beds
1 Ambulance
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Manipal Hospital's logo

Manipal Hospital

Whitefield, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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64 Doctors
280 Beds
1 Ambulance

Cafe

Free Wifi

Parking available

Religious facilities

Pharmacy

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Manipal Hospital Malleshwaram's logo

Manipal Hospital Malleshwaram

Malleswaram, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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57 Doctors

Open Hours

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Apollo Spectra Hospitals's logo

Apollo Spectra Hospitals

Koramangala 5 Block, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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49 Doctors
20 Beds
2 Ambulances
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Vikram Hospital's logo

Vikram Hospital

Millers Road, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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49 Doctors
225 Beds
3 Ambulances

Open Hours

Beauty Salon

Business Centre Services

Cafe

Dedicated Smoking Areas

Dry Cleaning

36 more Services
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Questions & Answers on "Obesity Or Bariatric Surgery" (12)
My mother is suffering from overweight. Can she have a liposuction therapy as she is in her early 50's.

Female | 49

Liposuction or literally ‘sucking out fat’ is a suboptimal therapy for OBESE patients who desire weight loss. Liposuction can be considered as a treatment option for body sculpting, or slightly overweight patients who need to shape their abdomen in a particular manner. However, if one is obese, liposuction will cause a disproportionate loss of fat over the tummy, and leave space for fat re-accumulation in the future.

 

There are many weight loss options for a proportionate weight loss, eg. diet, exercise, or medications.

 

The healthier or ‘more natural’ way to lose weight in obese patients (with a BMI of more than 30 kg/m2) is bariatric or metabolic surgery, wherein the stomach is re-sized or bypassed using keyhole surgery. This surgery causes proportionate loss of fat all over the body up to 80% of the excess body weight, over a period of 1-1.5 years. This surgery is a safe and effective option if done by a certified surgeon at a high-volume center.

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Dr. Harsh Sheth

I want loose weight 10 kgs. How is it possible

Female | 31

Currently i have several weight loss patients undergoing acupuncture therapy with great positive results.
What do they take:
Acupuncture therapy
acupressure therapy
home remedies
diet recommendations 
you can connect for tele conversation if you wish to.
take care 
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Dr. Hanisha Ramchandani

I am retired Banker. I gained weight suddenly. Now I'm 85kg. I used to be 74-75 kg. My mother was having artheritise. I want to take precaution. Please help me.

Female | 60

To help you with your weight gain and prevent any further health issues, you must pay attention to your diet and lifestyle. Focus on eating a balanced diet that is low in fat and sugar, and high in fiber. Additionally, aim to get regular physical activity such as walking, jogging, biking, swimming, or any other form of exercise that you enjoy but make sure you don't have any joint issues. Aim for at least 30 minutes of exercise a day. It is also important to reduce stress, as it can have a negative impact on your health. Consider activities such as yoga, meditation, reading, or even just taking a few moments away from the day to relax. Finally, make sure to visit your doctor regularly to discuss any further health concerns, or to see if you need any additional advice or help.

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