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September 2, 2011 @ 3:13 pm

How mobile technology is changing healthcare with Pranam Ben of NIIT Healthcare Technologies


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Pranam Ben, the chief operating officer of Orlando, Florida-based NIIT Healthcare Technologies, a division of NIIT, a global IT solutions organization joins the show. NIIT has 10,000+ employees worldwide in 44 countries, including North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Pranam founded NIIT's healthcare division, which is focused on developing programs that improve patient care and physician connectivity through mobile technology.

Prior to becoming COO, Ben was the founder and CEO of Visions@work, the forerunner of NIIT Healthcare Technologies. He also was director of professional services in NCR Corp.’s healthcare division and was a senior manager at HCL Technologies.


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Pranam Ben discusses and answers the following:

  • How is mobile technology changing healthcare?
  • You say that technology is helping to change healthcare from provider-driven to patient-driven. What do you mean by that?
  • Providers sometimes have trouble getting stakeholders to embrace technology. How have you handled that challenge?
  • How have you been able to tap into the popularity of iPads to improve healthcare? And can you give me an example?
  • How is your company using technology to make patient records accessible to authorized providers?


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Links: NIITHealthCare.com


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September 2, 2011 @ 3:03 pm

The direction and growth of the eHealth market with Vaishali Kamat


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Vaishali Kamat, group manager of medical technology for Cambridge Consultants joins the show.


Vaishali Kamat is a Group Manager in the MedTech division of Cambridge Consultants, an innovative product development company. Over the past 6 years, Vaishali has led several large projects at Cambridge Consultants for the development of medical devices in the diagnostics, drug delivery and surgical domains. Vaishali also leads the company’s initiative in Connected Health, helping clients design and develop smart connectivity solutions for healthcare. Prior to joining Cambridge Consultants, Vaishali was part of the Global Ultrasound division at G.E. Healthcare and helped design GE’s premium radiology scanners.


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Vaishali Kamat answers and discusses the following:

  • What factors do you think will influence the direction/growth of the eHealth market? What are the main challenges faced today?
  • Which new technologies will have the biggest impact on the telemedicine market?
  • Will telehealth/telemedicine really survive without proper reimbursement?
  • What are your thoughts on the recent guidance from the FDA on mHealth? How does it affect device development?
  • What advice do you have for device makers/solution providers wanting to develop new products for this market?


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Links: cambridgeconsultants.com


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April 20, 2011 @ 4:05 pm

What is the HCG Diet with Dr. Robert Carlson

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Dr. Robert Carlson who is a national recognized Heart Surgeon and Preventative Care specialist who focuses on Hormone optimization and Healthy Living joins the show.


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Dr. Rob Carlson - The Doctor Who Cares!


Rob Carlson, MD FACS is a doctor who truly cares. He firmly believes that lab ranges are one thing, but how his patients feel is what is truly important. Highlighted in three of Suzanne Somer’s books, Dr. Rob has transitioned from one of the country’s leading cardiac-thoracic surgeons to a doctor committed to improving the baby boomers’ quality of life; he has evolved to meet the needs of clients as well as the changing face of practicing medicine.

Dr. Rob received his BS degree cum laude, double majoring in Chemistry and Biology from Valparaiso University, and his MD degree from Wright State School of Medicine graduating in the top 15%. He participated in cardiovascular research at Harvard University, and published extensively in burn metabolism during his medical school and surgical training. His postgrad training was in General Surgery at the University of Florida where Dr. Rob received numerous research awards and the coveted Woodward Surgical award (the top surgical resident award.) He completed his cardiothoracic surgical training at Shands Hospital, University of Florida in 1994, and developed a minimally invasive cardiac and thoracic surgical practice in Sarasota, Florida. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and has three times received “America’s Top Doctor Award” in cardiothoracic surgery. The Consumer Research Council of America has recognized Dr. Rob Carlson as Top American Surgeon in the Guide to America’s Top Surgeons 2002-2003, and 2006-2007, and 2010 editions, as well as 2005 Physician of the Year by the NRCC, and recently the coveted Man of the Year in Medicine and Healthcare by the ABI.

Today, Dr. Rob continues to be board certified in General Surgery, in Thoracic Surgery, and through the American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine in Age Management Medicine. A leading cardiothoracic surgeon and a pioneer in cardiothoracic research, Dr. Rob has perfected the latest procedures curing patients through surgical procedures as well as performing research to develop new operations, optimize recovery, and improve post-operative care. He began work in preventative medicine 8 years ago, being cited in three of Suzanne Somers’ books, Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones, Breakthroughs: Eight Steps To Wellness, and Knock-out as a doctor she recommends for his  expertise. He retired from his surgical career to be fully devoted towards improving the quality of life of his patients in such a way that their next visit will be at the office, not the operating table. “Don’t wait until it is too late” takes on a different meaning in medicine.

Dedicated to healthy living, Dr. Rob is also a three-time Ironman, avid runner, and has completed over 20 marathons. He is happy married and the proud father of an up and coming athlete.


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Dr. Robert Carlson discusses & answers the following:

  • We’ve all heard the term HCG Diet - but what is it exactly?
  • What is the difference between the standard HCG Diet and the Sarasota HCG Diet?
  • Are there other alternatives to HCG besides doing daily injections?
  • What are the foods that contain zero or close to zero carbs?
  • What kind of weight loss and energy levels should I expect during my 28 day course of HCG and Low Carbohydrate intake?  I heard that the Atkins low carbohydrate approach was dangerous. Is the Sarasota Diet safe?
  • Tip in Conclusion...


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April 20, 2011 @ 2:42 pm

Fit and Fabulous in 15 Minutes with Teresa Tapp

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International Fitness Guru and muscle activation specialist Teresa Tapp joins the show.


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Treat your body like a machine! This is the mantra of fitness expert Teresa Tapp, an muscle activation specialist, nutritional counselor and savvy businesswoman. Teresa knows how a woman's body works, especially women over the age of 30. For the past 35 years she has been chronicling her personal experience and collecting data from hundreds of thousands of female clients developing exciting new insights on women's health and fitness. She worked as a personal trainer, new face developer, booker and scout for several modeling agencies including Ford, Metropolitan, and Page Parkes. After working in an industry that demands body perfection, she knows how to get the female body in shape no matter what age or fitness level. Now, she is passionate about sharing  her valuable expertise with men and women of all ages and fitness levels. Teresa is living proof that, even above age 40 (Teresa is over 50), your body can be a lean, well-tuned, balanced machine without spending hours at the gym. Many of Teresaís clients have better "machines" at 50+ than they did in their 30's. The T-Tapp Method of Movement Workouts are truly the most  effective and efficient fitness program around!


Teresa has always had an ardent interest in health and fitness, specializing in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition during college and ultimately writing a detailed research paper on Metabolisms in Women Over the Age of 30. Her original plan was to pursue a medical degree; however, tuition money was tight and the fashion industry came calling.  Working with models of all different body types and genetic heritage allowed Teresa the opportunity to capitalize on her education and gather statistical information.


The French philosophy of eating what you want and exercising in secret, along with the fact that models are constantly on the go, living in hotel rooms and unable to spend hours slaving away at the gym, led this cutting edge fitness expert to develop a novel approach to working out. Based on a copyrighted sequential order-of-movement, Teresa approaches the body as a machine, dividing the muscles into layers and systematically fatiguing eachlayer. Done without weights or body-jarring aerobics, anyone can workout for less than an hour and do it in the privacy of their home or hotel rooms.


While Teresa certainly enjoyed her jet-setting life in the fashion industry, nothing gives her greater satisfaction than hearing the success stories real everyday men and women have with T-Tapp - especially those over 35. Teresa's proven techniques are unparalleled and cutting edge, yet applicable for all men and women at any age. Because she completely understands the body, Teresa has created a program that will work for everyone regardless of fitness level. She enjoys making it simple, with explanations as to how and why our bodies work the way they do as a machine. In that way, we understand each movement or technique and how it effects the machine.


Now, with DVDs and a book, Fit and Fabulous in 15 Minutes (Ballantine), these secrets can be shared so that all men and women (not just models) can be the best that they can be and be in balance - body, mind, spirit and soul.


Teresa lives in the Tampa Bay, Florida area and maintains a high quality staff that is completely trained to walk you through any problems you may be having with any portion of the workout. It is also completely natural for Teresa to pick up the phone and talk directly with clients herself. There is a toll free number for any customer or interested person to call in and get their questions answered. This is totally unheard of in this competitive industry. In the overall scheme of things, Teresa Tapp is, indeed, a giant among fitness gurus!


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Teresa Tapp discusses & answers the following:

  • What is the T-Tapp Method of Movement and why is it more than a Workout?
  • Can I really lose a size or more in a month?
  • What is “functional fitness” and “mental fitness” and why do I need both of these?
  • How is T-Tapp’s way of using leverage isometrics different from traditional isometric worksouts (squeeze & tighten)?
  • What if I can’t afford to purchase a T-Tapp Workout to get started?
  • Tip in Conclusion...


Links: www.t-tapp.com


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April 19, 2011 @ 2:05 pm

Nifty After Fifty with Dr. Sheldon Zinberg

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Dr. Sheldon S. Zinberg, the Founder of Nifty After Fifty, LLC joins the show.


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Sheldon S. Zinberg, M.D. received a B.A. from Seton Hall University where he matriculated by way of scholarship. Upon graduation, he was awarded the Cooper Alloy scholarship for academic achievement and used this to attend the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy, where he graduated with honors. He received his M.D. degree from the University of California Irvine, College of Medicine in 1962. After interning at Metropolitan Hospital in Philadelphia, he completed a three-year residency in Internal Medicine followed by a three year Research Fellowship in Clinical Gastroenterology at Los Angeles County Hospital.

While enjoying the private practice of medicine for 35 years, Dr. Zinberg served as a Clinical Professor of Medicine at two universities: The University of California at Irvine, College of Medicine and at the COMP division of The Western University of Health Sciences. During his academic career, Dr. Zinberg has been the recipient of many awards and honors and has co-authored textbook chapters and numerous scientific papers. He has been the President of several prestigious organizations and presently lectures and participates in numerous media interviews, both on TV and in the  written media.

Dr. Zinberg established one of the largest and most successful Internal Medicine consultation groups in California; and then in 1993, he founded CareMore Medical Group. As the Chairman, he led CareMore in developing numerous innovative programs that dramatically improved the delivery of healthcare services for almost 100,000 members including 20,000 seniors. At CareMore, he promoted and developed an Employee Stock Ownership Plan for CareMore employees; and, shortly thereafter, he successfully negotiated the sale of CareMore Medical Enterprises to Crystal Cove Partners and J. P. Morgan Partners, LLC.

As the founder of Nifty after Fifty (The Most Effective Centers for Wellness and Lasting Independence), Dr. Zinberg has continued to publish his views on improving delivery systems for the healthcare industry. In 2003 he authored a book on better aging and fitness called “Win In the Second Half” (Saddleback Publishing, Inc.). His second book, “Nifty after Fifty” (Saddleback Publishing) was released in May 2008.


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Dr. Sheldon Zinberg discusses & answers the following:

  • As seniors continue to age, how do they become more susceptible to falls?
  • What can seniors do to improve their strength and balance?
  • What are some exercises that would benefit seniors?
  • How often should they be engaging in physical activity?
  • Given that some seniors can be less mobile than others, what can they do to prevent falls?
  • Tip in Conclusion...


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Links: niftyafterfifty.com


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April 19, 2011 @ 12:58 pm

Never uses a scalpel or needles with Dr. Aaron Rollins

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Dr. Aaron Rollins a cosmetic surgeon of SonoBello Body Contour Centers in Los Angeles, CA joins the show.


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Aaron Rollins, M.D.

Affiliations: American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery American Board of Laser Surgery American Society of Liposuction Surgery

Undergraduate: McGill University, Montreal, Canada B.A. Psychology

Medical School: McGill University Faculty of Medicine, Montreal, Canada Doctor of Medicine

Residency: University of Miami, Miami, FL General Surgery UCSF, San Francisco, CA General Surgery


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Dr. Aaron Rollins discusses & answers the following:

  • How many procedures have you performed? What is your accreditation standing?
  • You never use a scalpel or needles instead relying on advance lipo technology. Can you describe that technology? Can you describe your procedure?
  • What type of anesthesia is used? Can you describe how you numb patients without injections?
  • How is the patients outcome effected by your lipo methods in terms of pain, bruising, and recovery time?
  • What is the complication/revision rate?
  • Tip in Conclusion...


Links: SonoBello.com


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April 19, 2011 @ 11:40 am

It Just Hasn’t Happened Yet with Dr. Karin Anderson

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Associate Professor of Psychology and Counselor Education at Concordia University Chicago & author of the book "It Just Hasn’t Happened Yet" - Dr. Karin Anderson joins the show.


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Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Karin Anderson is currently an associate professor of Psychology and Counselor Education at Concordia University Chicago.  She received her doctorate in developmental psychology from Northern Illinois University and has delivered a number of well-received presentations at national and international psychology conferences, covering issues such as identity development and family dynamics.

She first became interested in the psychology of women when she began to examine the complex emotions involved in her own engagement to be married.  As she questioned her motivations for marriage, she pondered women’s roles and options in the post-feminism era.  How much had really changed?  After months of internal conflict, she ended up calling off her wedding two months before it was to occur.

Back “out there” in the dating scene, she became keenly aware of the messages directed toward single women—messages that appeared disparaging and illogical, yet hailed from reliable sources such as the local bookstore’s self-help section.  Drawing on the data of other academic researchers and firsthand accounts of the many women she interviewed personally,  Anderson wrote It Just Hasn’t Happened Yet as an effort to provide a logical counter-message of encouragement.

A compelling teacher and speaker, Anderson speaks to groups on women’s issues, single adulthood, developmental psychology, and family relationships.  For more information, visit AuthenticallyMe.com.


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Dr. Karin Anderson discusses & answers the following:

  • What inspired you to write It Just Hasn't Happened Yet?
  • Why did you see a need for yet another book about dating/relationships?
  • Do you have a sense of how readers are responding to your book?
  • Have you heard any unfavorable feedback in reaction to your message?
  • Tell us about your website, AuthenticallyMe.com.
  • Where can we purchase It Just Hasn't Happened Yet?
  • Tip in Conclusion...

Links: AuthenticallyMe.com


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April 19, 2011 @ 9:17 am

Knowing More About Liposuction with Dr. Fardad

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Beverly Hills based Board-Certified Surgeon & one of the country’s top cosmetic surgeons Dr. Fardad Forouzanpour “Dr. Fardad” joins the show.


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Board-Certified Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Fardad Forouzanpour (“Dr. Fardad”) is a world-renowned physician whose work speaks for itself.  Founder of the Beverly Hills Cosmetic Surgical Group, Dr. Fardad currently does double duties overseeing his own medical practice and running a Surgical Fellowship training plastic and cosmetic surgeons from all over the world.

Dr. Fardad’s passion for medicine developed early in life. Inspired by the work of his father, a Jewish doctor who regularly donated medical services to the poor, Dr. Fardad set out to become a local physician in his native Iran.

The political and religious climates in Iran interfered.  Revolution was everywhere, and anti-Semitism was rampant. After finding bullet holes in the door of his medical office, Dr. Fardad’s father made the courageous decision to move his young family to America.

In less than two years, Dr. Fardad was accepted into UCLA’s prestigious Pre-Med Program. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology.

Dr. Fardad attended medical school at Midwestern University in Chicago. He initially studied pediatrics, but fell in love with surgery and aesthetics and its ability to dramatically improve people’s lives.

Dr. Fardad performed five years of Surgical Residencies in General Surgery and Trauma Surgery at Chicago’s top hospitals including Edgwater, Thorak, and Cook County Hospital. He also served as Chief Surgical Resident at Columbia Olympia Fields Osteopathic Hospital, Trauma and Medical Center.

Dr. Fardad completed his first Fellowship in Facial and Body Aesthetic and Cosmetic Surgery under former President of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Dr Richard Caleel.  He then returned to Southern California to perform a second Fellowship, with Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Dr. Bernard Koire.

In 1998, Dr. Fardad founded his own shingle, The Beverly Hills Cosmetic Surgical Group. The full-service surgery center offers non-invasive procedures along with breast augmentations, lifts & reductions, eyelash transfers, rhinoplasties, liposuctions/liposculpture, abdominoplasties, and vaginoplasties, among others.

Dr. Fardad has set the standard for excellence in cosmetic surgery. Boarded in General Surgery and Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Fardad is one of only three physicians in Southern California authorized by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery to operate a Fellowship Program.  He trains plastic and cosmetic surgeons from all across the globe.

Dr. Fardad is also the inventor of the Umbilical Locator, a surgical device he designed to help surgeons locate the belly button during abdominoplasties.  A common challenge for cosmetic and plastic surgeons, the Umbilical Locator has resolved a medical problem for which plastic surgeons had often found themselves being sued.

Following in his late father’s footsteps, Dr. Fardad regularly donates his medical services to those in need.  He works with the Los Angeles based domestic violence charity, Safe Passage, providing free surgical makeovers to abuse victims to help restore their self-confidence.

Dr. Fardad is a member of the California Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, the American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery, the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons Society, the California Medical Association, the Osteopathic Physician and Surgeons of California, the American Osteopathic Association, the Los Angeles County Medical Association and is a Diplomat of the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners.


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Dr. Fardad Forouzanpour discusses & answers the following:

  • Who is the right candidate for lipo? Why are some people not good candidates?
  • What are some Risks people should know in advance?
  • What  should one look for in a doctor before deciding to have surgery like lipo...
  • How did the doctor come to invent the Umbilical Locator and why did he invent it?
  • Does fat move to other areas of the body after liposuction?
  • Tip in Conclusion...


Links: PerfectSelf.com


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April 15, 2011 @ 9:43 am

How does Zeltiq compare to liposuction with Dr. Eric Schweiger

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Dr. Eric Schweiger who is a board certified dermatologist and founder of Schweiger Dermatology in New York joined the show.


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Eric S. Schweiger, M.D. is a Board Certified dermatologist in private practice in Manhattan. He practices cosmetic and general dermatology, with a particular focus on laser and light based treatments, the treatment of adults with acne, aesthetic enhancements with fillers and the evaluation and treatment of hair loss.

Dr. Schweiger has participated in numerous basic science and clinical research studies over the years and is a clinical laser trainer, teaching other physicians how to use lasers.

In clinical research, Dr. Schweiger’s accomplishments include initiating the first prospective clinical study using photodynamic therapy to treat hidradenitis suppurativa and conducting the first clinical trial using a 1064 nm Nd:YAG laser to treat dermatoses papulosa nigra. In addition, Dr. Schweiger recently published the first case report using Restylane to treat a patient with cleft-lip.

Dr. Schweiger is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan With Distinction and his doctor of medicine from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, where he was elected into the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. Dr. Schweiger completed his internship in internal medicine at New York University Medical Center and his dermatology residency at the University of Kansas, where he served as chief resident.

Dr. Schweiger is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery.


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Dr. Eric S. Schweiger discusses & answers the following:

  • There is this new treatment for fat removal call Zeltiq, how does it work exactly?
  • What is the downtime for this procedure and what results can be expected?
  • How many treatments are needed to get results? How long after the treatment can I expect to see results?
  • Who is the ideal candidate for Zeltiq and how much does it cost?
  • How does Zeltiq compare to liposuction?
  • Tip in conclusion...


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Links: nyccosmeticdermatology.com


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April 12, 2011 @ 1:32 pm

Weight Loss Surgery Impacts Other Aspects of a Patient’s Health with Dr. Brian Quebbemann

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Nationally respected expert in bariatric surgery Dr. Brian Quebbemann joins the show. His practice focuses entirely on laparoscopic weight-loss surgery.


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Brian B. Quebbemann, MD, FACS has lived and practiced surgery in Orange County, California since 1997. As a nationally respected expert in bariatric surgery, his practice focuses entirely on laparoscopic weight-loss surgery. Dr. Quebbemann completed his undergraduate and medical school training at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine and then completed residency training in general surgery, bariatric surgery and laparoscopy at the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine. Due to his belief that a patient’s success after bariatric surgery is only maximized when state-of-the-art surgery is combined with a comprehensive education and support program, he created The N.E.W. Program to be the first truly integrated bariatric program on the west coast. The N.E.W. Program design is recognized in the bariatric industry as one of the most complete bariatric surgery programs in America.


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Dr. Brian B. Quebbemann discusses & answers the following:

  • How have FDA guidelines for weight loss surgery changed?
  • The new guidelines have made the surgery available to more individuals, but who really is a good candidate for the weight loss surgery?
  • Can you explain the different procedures and how they impact a person's a weight loss?
  • How does weight loss surgery impact other aspects of a patient's health?
  • How do patients maintain a healthy, long-term weight after surgery?
  • And...Special Tip in Conclusion...


Links: thenewprogram.com


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