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 We have Obesity Surgery jobs nationwide. Our President's primary background is in the Obesity Surgery field. Having worked for 7 years as a research manager for a highly regarded academic based bariatric program gave her contacts and insight in the field that other recruiters do not have.bariatric surgery jobs gotbariatricjobs gotmedjobs esa medical resources She has attended many ASBS sponsored national and international meetings, and co-authored numerous research papers and presentations.

We currently have several Obesity employment opportunities. Please click here to view opportunities.

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Obesity Surgery

Surgery is a treatment option suitable for some persons with obesity. You and your doctor must work together to determine if you would benefit from obesity surgery, which is a major operation that can change your life in many ways.

You must know about the risks and benefits of the surgery and the commitment you will have to make to lifestyle change and life-long follow-up with your medical team.1 You must also take into account the health risks of being severely obese, and the health benefits you can gain from losing excess weight.

This fact sheet is intended to help you better understand obesity surgery and does not take the place of medical advice from your doctor.

Background and Health Risks of Obesity

Being obese or severely obese puts you at a higher risk for developing or worsening many serious medical conditions. There are more than 30 obesity-related medical conditions that can damage your quality of life and cause early death. Some obesity-related medical conditions include arthritis, several cancers, carpal tunnel syndrome, cardiovascular disease, gallbladder disease, gout, hypertension, infertility, liver disease, low back pain, obstetric and gynecologic complications, sleep apnea, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and urinary stress incontinence.

Obesity is commonly measured by using the Body Mass Index (BMI). You can find out what your BMI is simply by knowing your height and weight and using a BMI chart.

 

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