Episode 139: Picking a Surgeon for Weight Loss Surgery

Posted by on Sep 23, 2011 in Food issues, Pre-Op, Reviews

In this week’s episode of BariatricTV we have have a new Doc Who Rocks that’s easy on the eyes. In the Dumping Ground we answer a recent question we had on the radio show about getting food stuck.  In Altered Reality we discuss some things you should consider when choosing a bariatric surgeon. And we wrap things up in the Freak On segment with some ideas on using Bariatric Advantage savory proteins to up your protein intake.


  • Our Doc Who Rock’s is Dr. Davidson from Community Hospital in Ephrata, PA.
  • Dr. Davidson was submitted by Theresa Gettle.
  • On our weekly radio show a listener asked what to do when you get something stuck after weight loss surgery?
  • Some have suggested trying some meat tenderizer, Lynnda has some thoughts on that.
  • Others have suggested papaya enzymes
  • Toni has found that the only real solution is to yak it up
  • If you have something stuck for more then 24 hours call your doctor.
  • We offer some tips on selecting a bariatric surgeon.
  • First find out who in your area is covered by your insurance.
  • Attend some seminars given by local docs.
  • Make sure to ask plenty of question, remember you are interviewing that doc for a job!
  • We offer up some ideas on using Bariatric Advantage savory protein mixes to up the protein content in your favorite foods.


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2 Responses to “Episode 139: Picking a Surgeon for Weight Loss Surgery”

  1. I’m still trying to figure out how so many people know what “butt” tastes like…

  2. T2Nashville says:

    Rob – LOL! I thought the same thing when Eggface kept saying the ones she tried tasted like monkey ass. And we know this how??

    Toni – I liked your makeup very much. But you are still in the dark in that corner! You need more lighting!!

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