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Free Weight Loss Mini Consultation with Mr Shashi Irukulla

10 October 2018

Speaker: Mr Shashi IrukullaBariatric Surgeon

Venue: Spire Clare Park Hospital - find us

Time: 6pm - 9pm

Date: Wednesday 10 October

If you have tried other ways to lose weight, but have not been successful, weight loss surgery may be the solution for you. Our expert bariatric surgeons offer a range of weight loss surgeries such as:

- Gastric balloon
- Gastric band
- Gastric bypass
- Gastric sleeve
- Our newest weight loss procedure, the Elipse Balloon™- a breakthrough weight loss technology      that requires no surgery, no endoscopy, and no anesthetic 


Benefits of coming to a free mini consultation:

- A one-to-one chat with your bariatric consultant
- A fixed price quote
- No obligation

Learning about the procedures

Weight loss surgery helps to reduce the amount of food that can be eaten at one time, and some weight loss procedures also change the digestive system so that fewer calories are absorbed from the food you eat. This makes it likely that you end up with a shortage of calories compared to what is needed as fuel for day-to-day activity. To compensate for this deficit, the body begins to use stores of fat that have built up over the years as a source of energy. As this fat is used up, your weight begins to fall.

Book your place

Places are limited, so to reserve your free place please call 01252 895 490 or complete the booking form on our website. 

Free car parking is available on site.

Mini consultations are an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about cosmetic surgery and are not a formal outpatient consultation. If you wish to proceed to surgery, a full outpatient consultation will be required.

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