Tag Archives: bariatric surgery

Find Help Losing Weight in the New Year

Does your gym seem more crowded lately? Are you hearing more about people eating clean or drinking more water this month? January brings a lot of New Year’s Resolutions. Weight loss can be one of them. But sometimes, losing weight remains difficult – even with the best efforts.

That’s where the South Carolina Obesity Surgery Center can help. This Lexington Medical Center physician practices offers several options for weight loss surgery and procedures, starting with people who want to lose as little as 25 pounds.

One of the recent success stories is twice as nice – husband and wife Jason and Kristen Antley BOTH had bariatric surgery at South Carolina Obesity. Jason started his journey at more than 350 pounds. And Kristen believes maintaining a healthy weight helped her become pregnant with her twin girls.

Watch their stories below.

Lexington Medical Center’s bariatric surgeons have performed more than 7,000 weight loss surgeries. They offer free seminars and webinars to learn more about the procedures. And, a nutrition counselor guides each patient about what to do both before and after surgery.

For more information, and to see if bariatric surgery is right for you, visit SCObesity.com.

Weight Loss Leads to Bikini Competition Win

We love sharing the stories of our patients. In this video, meet Raquel Martinez. This busy Blythewood mom and Army veteran underwent bariatric surgery at the South Carolina Obesity Surgery Center, a Lexington Medical Center physician practice. She went from being clinically obese to competing – and winning – bikini fitness competitions! Way to go, Raquel!

For information about the South Carolina Obesity Surgery Center and the weight-loss options it provides for patients, visit SCObesity.com

Losing Weight with the South Carolina Obesity Surgery Center

Amber Morris knows first hand the benefits of weight-loss surgery. She underwent a sleeve gastrectomy with the South Carolina Obesity Surgery Center at Lexington Medical Center. In this video, she describes how the procedure boosted her confidence and enriched her life with her family.

The doctors at the South Carolina Obesity Surgery Center are board-certified bariatric surgeons and have performed more than 5,000 operations. Visit SCObesity.com for more information or to attend a free seminar.