What is sips surgery?
At Body Free, we are proud to offer our clients the latest in minimally invasive surgery: SIPS surgery. This revolutionary new technique allows our surgeons to operate through small incisions, resulting in less pain and scarring for our patients. In addition, SIPS surgery is associated with a shorter hospital stay and faster recovery time. If you are considering any type of surgical procedure, we encourage you to ask us about SIPS surgery and how it can benefit you.
What are the Benefits of sips surgery?
There are many potential benefits to sip surgery including:
1. Sips surgery at body free can help improve the function of the intestines.
2. Sips surgery can help relieve symptoms associated with bowel disorders such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
3. Sips surgery can help reduce the risk of developing colon cancer.
4. Sips surgery can help improve the quality of life for those who suffer from chronic abdominal pain or other digestive issues.
5. Sips surgery is a relatively low-risk procedure with a high success rate.
Who is a Candidate for sips surgery?
There are many candidates for SIPs surgery. The most common are people with GERD, hiatal hernia, or other conditions that cause acid reflux. Surgery is also an option for people who have failed to respond to medical treatment or who cannot take medications for their condition.
How is sips Surgery Performed?
Sips surgery is a minimally invasive procedure that uses small incisions to access the inside of the mouth. The surgeon will make a small cut in the gum line and then insert a thin, tube-like device called a cannula into the mouth. A tiny camera attached to the cannula will allow the surgeon to see inside the mouth.
The surgeon will then use a surgical instrument to remove any excess tissue or growth. In some cases, the surgeon may also need to make adjustments to the bones or teeth. Once the surgery is complete, the incisions will be closed with stitches or staples.
Sips surgery is typically performed on an outpatient basis, which means that patients can go home the same day as their procedure. The recovery time for this type of surgery is usually very short, and most patients experience minimal discomfort afterwards.
What is Recovery Like After sips surgery?
Sips surgery, sometimes called a gastric sleeve, is a weight-loss surgery. It is done by removing a large part of the stomach. This leaves a smaller stomach that is about the size and shape of a banana.
The smaller stomach can hold less food and makes people feel full quicker. It also reduces the number of hunger hormones in the body, which can lead to eating less and losing weight.
Recovery from this type of surgery is typically pretty quick. Most people stay in the hospital for 1-2 days after surgery before being discharged home. Some mild soreness and pain around the incision site are normal and will improve with time.
Most people are able to return to their normal activities within a week or two after surgery. However, it will take several months for the stomach to heal completely and for people to start seeing significant weight-loss results.