A bariatric boost for (diaphragm) hernia repair
June is Hernia Awareness Month. Joan Calhoun's story demonstrates the benefits of choosing an experienced hernia surgeon—such as Hopkins gastrointestinal surgeon Anne Lidor.
Bariatric surgery is hardly robotic
3D isn't just for the movies. The robot at the Johns Hopkins Center for Bariatric Surgery gives surgeons a 3D picture of the surgical field, which means greater control and improved efficiency.
By preserving the entire GI tract, sleeve gastrectomy frees bariatric surgery patients from a lifetime of vitamin supplements. It's minimally invasive and, as part of the Johns Hopkins Center for Bariatric Surgery's holistic approach, it's changing patients from "health risk" to "healthy."
Bariatric options to fit every patient
Johns Hopkins’ Center for Bariatric Surgery extends care well beyond the OR. Find out how a comprehensive approach improves long-term success rates for weight-loss patients.
What physicians need to know about bariatric surgery
What’s the “must-know” info about bariatric surgery? Get the latest from two surgeons at the Johns Hopkins Center for Bariatric Surgery.