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What Procedure Is Right for You? (Individual results may vary)

Bariatric surgery is for people who are morbidly obese and have not been able to lose weight through traditional means, or for people who have obesity-related medical conditions.

Bariatric procedures can be either malabsorptive procedures that shorten the digestive tract or restrictive procedures that reduce how much the stomach can hold – or a combination of both.*

The best weight loss procedure for you depends on several factors, including your personal preference, associated medical issues and medical necessity.

Wesley Woodlawn Bariatric Surgery Center in Wichita, KS, bariatric surgery procedures include Roux-en-Y (RNY) gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, gastric banding and revisions.

Bariatric Surgery Procedures

At Wesley Woodlawn Bariatric Surgery Center, we offer several minimally invasive options for surgical weight loss. Our surgeons are trained and equipped with the most technologically advanced, minimally invasive protocols and procedures, to provide you with safe and effective options.*


Bariatric surgery is typically very successful — resulting in weight loss, better quality of life and improved health. Unfortunately, some patients may experience problems with the surgery or they do not succeed in losing their expected amount of excess weight. In these situations, a bariatric revision may be necessary to alter or repair the initial bariatric surgery.*

  • Watch An Online Seminar

    Watch our free 35 minute video seminar to meet our team and find answers to many common questions, preparing you for a pre-­surgical consult with our bariatric surgeon.
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  • FREE Bariatric post-operative support group

    Meet with our Nurse Navigator and Dietitian to discuss emotional and clinical challenges, diet and exercise recommendations, valuable new product information and inspiring non-scale victories.
  • Are You A Candidate?

    Find tools to determine your body mass index (BMI) as well as discover valuable information on insurance coverage and qualifying for bariatric surgery.
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