Gastric Bypass Patient Testimonials

Dr. Frenzel works with a wide range of patients across the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex to achieve lasting weight loss.  From lap band surgery to gastric bariatric surgeries, there are numerous methods available to help patients reach their weight loss goals.

When dieting and exercising don’t produce results, consider the benefits of bariatric weight loss.  This surgical procedure is available to patients who are in good mental health, have a body mass index of 35 or above, need to lose 50 pounds or more, and are at least 18 years old.  If you fit these requirements, you can transform your body and improve your health.

While weight loss surgery is designed for physical changes, most of our patients are most surprised by the incredible mental transformation.  When you look good, you start to feel good.  Improving not only your energy levels and ability to be active, losing weight helps patients to regain confidence.  It’s a ripple effect.  You have bariatric surgery and all the sudden your entire lifestyle changes.  You eat better, you feel better, you become active, you have renewed passion for life.

If you have considered bariatric weight loss surgery, call Advanced Bariatric Surgery and schedule an initial consultation with Dr. Frenzel and determine which method is best for your body.  Stacie,Carli, Misty, and Julie are a couple of our patients who have had the gastric bypass procedure done.  Julie had a lot of health issues and it took her almost dying to realize that she needed help.  After a consultation with Dr. Frenzel and talking with the staff, she started to feel hopeful that life didn’t have to end so soon.  She had the gastric bypass surgery and went on to have a tummy tuck cosmetic surgery.

After losing 160 pounds, half of her body weight, peopled didn’t recognize her.  She has a renewed confidence and is so excited for what her future holds.

Carli had a similar story to tell after her gastric bypass surgery.  Her starting weight was 305 pounds.  After the gastric bypass surgery, she lost about 170 pounds.  She states that one of the most dramatic differences is her outlook on life.  Before surgery, she felt hopeless.  But now, there is so much she can do—her quality of life unimaginably changed.  She has the self-confidence to engage in more physical activities, such as hiking, playing sports, etc.  She’s not a wall flower in the background.

If you, like Julie, have diabetes or other physical ailments due to obesity, don’t hesitate to call Dr. Frenzel.  One conversation could lead you to a life altering decision.  Many patients, like Stacie and Misty, went through a mental battle before picking up the phone.  But they are so glad they decided it was time to take the next step in their fights against weight loss.