We encourage walking as soon as patients are fully awake from anesthesia. The key is to start slow and listen to your body. If you feel pain or discomfort, stop and relax. Avoid lifting heavy objects for the first 6 weeks. If you are swimming, your wounds must heal before returning to the water, and always swim slowly at first.
Post Bariatric surgery is an invasive procedure that includes all humanly possible treatments to effectively deal with loose and sagging skin folds and other skin deformities caused by extreme weight loss and/or any gastric reduction surgery. obesity. After losing excess weight, sagging, bagging and deformities on the face, breasts, back, abdomen and legs are inevitable. These drooping and drooping conditions are surgically handled carefully in multiple clinical sessions, depending on their weight and the degree of discomfort they cause in the patient, when the patient reaches the targeted figures after losing weight and maintains this weight for at least 6 months. spread over time. In some cases, more than one surgery may be performed at the same time.