Weight Loss Surgery: From Feeling Bleak to Feeling Beautiful, Inside and Out
After a diabetes diagnosis in 2016, Cheryl Neal finally decided on weight loss surgery to improve her quality of life once and for all.
Bariatrics: When to Consider Weight-Loss Surgery, Surgical Options and Life After Surgery
Learn more about weight loss surgery options and what life is like after surgery with Cone Health specialists.
Weight Loss Surgery: Kettle Bells, Then Wedding Bells, Then….
When Jenn met Richard, she was in the midst of a physical and emotional transformation. Now she is 5 sizes smaller, married and expecting a little girl.
Weight Loss Surgery: New Celebrations, and a New Way to Celebrate
After surgery, Robin has kept on track with her weight loss and fitness goals these past two years, losing close to 200 lbs - just a few pounds from her goal weight.
Weight Loss Surgery: Kelly 2.0, New and Improved
Kelly had always struggled with her weight, developing diabetes and high blood pressure. But once she met the Cone Health team, a fire was lit under her that changed her life!
Weight Loss Surgery: It's About What My Body Can Do
Six months after surgery, Jenny Beale, did something she never thought she could because of some positive peer pressure from brand new friends.
Weight Loss Surgery: Soaring High - No Seatbelt (Extender) Required!
Tracy used to require a seat belt extender to fly. After gastric bypass surgery, she no longer has sleep apnea, high blood pressure or uses seat belt extenders.
Weight Loss Surgery: Finding the Right Tools
Before entering Coming to Cone, Jon's weight was causing severe sleep apnea, high blood pressure, and no energy whatsoever. Now he's training for a 5K.
Weight Loss Surgery - Reversing Trends: Mom Becomes a Role Model
In the Fall of 2016, Kimberley had weight loss or bariatric surgery at Cone Health. She now has more energy and improvements in every facet of her life.
Bariatric Surgery: It’s Not About Giving Things Up
When Adrianne describes her success at bariatric surgery, she barely mentions the surgery part of it. Instead, she talks about the important personal gains.