Umbilical hernia is a common disorder that occurs when a mass of tissue bulges out near the navel or belly button due to weak abdominal muscles. Weak spots can remain in infants after birth when tissues and muscles around the umbilical cord fail to close properly or in adults with a recent belly surgery or excess weight. Continue reading “5 FAQ’s About Umbilical Hernia Repair to know before Surgery”
Excess weight increases the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, type-2 diabetes and certain muscular and skeletal disorders and also affects the confidence of an individual. A recent report by Australian Institute of Health and Welfare states that almost 2 in 3 (63%) of Australian adults are obese. Continue reading “Gastric Bypass vs. Gastric Sleeve Surgery: Which is the right procedure for me?”
Laparoscopic Roux- en-Y Gastric bypass, a minimally invasive surgery, limits the amount of food a person can eat and creates hormonal changes, leading to weight loss. This procedure facilitates weight reduction by changing the way stomach and small intestine handle food. Continue reading “Gastric Bypass Surgery: Is It Advisable for You?”
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