Surgical Weight Loss

Life is filled with lots of little moments. For those who struggle with excess weight, those little moments can become hardships, even a source of shame or embarrassment. Everyday activities like buckling a seatbelt, bending over to tie shoes or squeezing behind a booth in a restaurant can be difficult when you are carrying too much weight.

Whatever your little moment is, the Frye Regional Surgical Weight Loss Center is here to help. Since 2001`, we have worked with thousands of individuals who struggled with those daily activities, and partnered with them to regain their health and change their lives.

Accredited by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, the American College of Surgeons, and multiple insurance companies our clinical team prides itself on working closely with our patients to achieve their goals through weight-loss surgery. Our program is completely tailored to you-there are no standard tests that each patient has to undergo like some other programs.

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Let's get started today! Weight Loss Surgery is a journey and we're here with you every step of the way. Learn wheter you are a candidate and more about the procedures available at Frye, which include Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass and the Gastric Sleeve procedures. Our weight loss specialists will share more about the process. If you have questions or want to talk with us, you may also contact a Surgical Weight Loss Team Member at 828.315.5577 for more information or email us at frye.swl@lpnt.net

Step 1: Calculate Your BMI
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Step 1: Calculate Your BMI

Find out your BMI using this calculator. Candidates for weight loss surgery typically have a BMI of 35 or higher (with additional health considerations) or a BMI of 40 and higher (without additional health considerations).

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