Acid Reflux Surgery Procedures

Acid reflux is a condition that affects many people.  If you suffer from gastric acid rising in your esophagus, Dr. Frenzel at Advanced Bariatric Surgery can help ease your pain.

Also known as, gastroesophageal, acid reflux is a disease that can overtake your body, causing you frequent incredible pain.  Don’t suffer from this harsh treatment.  Contact Dr. Frenzel and schedule your initial consultation to discuss your option to finding healing.  Acid Reflux is a common cause of heartburn.  When occurring on a regular basis, the pain increases to cause damage to your body.

There are several advantages to going through the acid reflux surgery.  Though you might take medicine for your acid reflux, when you get surgery for the gastrointestinal acid back up in your esophagus, you get lasting healing.  Say goodbye to regurgitation and find heartburn relief.

Of course, to be a candidate for surgery, you want to first speak to Dr. Frenzel and see if the acid reflux surgery is the best option for you.  But, don’t delay.  If you have acid in your throat on a frequent basis, your esophagus is in serious danger.

To tackle heartburn, there are several lifestyle changes you can take to help ease your pain.  The first step in finding health and healing from acid reflux is to change your diet.  By avoiding spicy foods and fatty foods, your body will be much healthier.  Not only does a poor diet affect your BMI, it can cause high blood pressure, diabetes, and much more.  Changing your diet to avoid trigger foods, you can alter your acid reflux and improve your overall health.

Once you’ve made changed your diet, look at your stress levels.  Does your acid reflux affect you more when you are under a lot of stress or pressure?  How do you cope with your stress?  Do you exercise or eat fatty foods?  Do you look to comfort in the form of meditation? Do you have structure in your life?  Stress plays a significant role in the human body.  If you can train yourself to react to stress in positive ways, your acid reflux can actually decrease.

Medication is always an option, but does not always provide the relief you need.  Increasing your water intake can be helpful in maintaining control over acid reflux.  Drink 64 ounces of water and add Vitamin D supplements to your diet.

Not every instance works out so well, though.  If you notice that your acid reflux does not diminish with certain lifestyle changes, schedule a consultation with Dr. Frenzel and discuss your options for acid reflux surgery.

If you’ve suffered from acid reflux, don’t hesitate to take the next step in finding permanent relief.  Acid reflux surgery can give you peace and confidence to enjoy your meals.  Find the relief you are looking for with the help of Dr. Frenzel and the staff at Advanced Bariatric Surgery.  Schedule your consultation today and begin your journey to living a transformed life.