Post-Bariatric surgery is a serious decision, especially if the individual has already gone through bariatric or weight loss surgery. However, the benefits may out-weigh the risks. Patients who choose post-bariatric surgery after weight loss or bariatric surgery report not only an improved body image but also, improved balance of life, mobility, and self-confidence.
Millions of people undergo surgical and cosmetic procedures every year. Do you want to know who is crowding the operating rooms in the US according to statistics? Find out in this infographic from Discount Medical Supplies.
Many of us will consider cosmetic surgery at some time to change or improve our appearance, but sometimes it goes wrong. Newspapers are full of ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos of people who have spent thousands trying to hold back time and failed. The following infographic from Accident-Compensation.co.uk lists some of the side effects that might make you think twice before parting with your hard-earned cash.
The common cold may be the most common reason for doctor visits, but back pain comes in at a close second. If you are one of those that is tired of dealing with chronic back pain, then you might consider orthopedic surgery as an option. Learn more in the following infographic from Suburban Orthopaedics.
This infographic by Nordbariatric.com looks into three major bariatric surgeries including Gastric Bypass Roux-en-Y, Gastric Band and Gastric Sleeve. It presents the in-depth analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of the surgery, providing answers to such questions as who is eligible for the weight loss surgery, how long does it take for the surgeon to perform the surgery and when a person is discharged from the hospital.
The land of beautiful people is not always so glamorous. This infographic explores the plastic surgery disasters and the surgeries that actually made a positive difference.