Obesity and Heart Disease

If you suffer from obesity, bariatric surgeries for weight loss can potentially help you lose weight and reduce your risk for conditions that affect your heart health. Watch this video to learn about the link between obesity and heart disease.

Typically, obesity increases your risk for heart disease in two primary ways: you are less likely to experience the benefits gained from exercise, and obesity can affect the body’s physiology and function, increasing its risk for heart disease and other health conditions.

Bariatric Care Centers offer weight loss surgery options near Houston. If you’re considering bariatric surgery, sleeve surgery, or other surgical weight loss options, call us today at (713) 339-1353 to learn about our high-quality weight loss procedures.

Disclaimer: This is only for general information. All patients should consult their doctors prior to following any of the recommendations in any articles and videos. Every patient has individual needs and limitations that only their treating physicians can be aware of.

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  • Surgeon Qualifications-Board Certified Fellowship Trained in Bariatric Surgery
  • Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
  • Fellow of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery; FASMBS.
  • Designation as a “Fellow of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery” demonstrates commitment to excellence
  • Dr. Mirza is the Medical Director of Bariatric Surgery at a Houston Center Of Excellance.
  • Excellent Long-Term Track Record of Safety
  • Over 15 Years Experience
  • 1,000's of Successful Safe Bariatric Surgeries Performed
  • Most of our patients are referrals from existing patients
  • Comprehensive approach to weight loss surgery with continued follow-up.
  • Yearly Laboratory Testing to Optimize Patients Health
  • Using only Center Of Excellence Hospitals for Surgery.
  • To assist him in surgery Dr. Mirza uses Highly trained and skilled surgeons and Licensed Assistants.
  • Dr. Mirza will spend time with you and evaluate you personally, at the office and at the hospital.