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Jacqueline Osuna, MD – Bariatric Surgeon
Jacqueline Osuna, MD, is a bariatric surgeon that practices in Guadalajara, Mexico. Dr. Osuna works at a world-class hospital facilities offering all the various weight loss procedures. Dr. Jacqueline Osuna is the wife of fellow bariatric surgeon Dr. Alejandro Lopez. Dr. Osuna has performed over 2,000 weight loss surgeries and is consistently ranked in the top tier of surgeons.
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Weight Loss Surgery Options in Guadalajara
Undergoing bariatric surgery is a tough decision with life-long consequences and life-long commitment. We’ve created this guide to help educate people struggling with obesity. We’ve create content-rich pages dedicated to the various weight loss surgery options available today:
Gastric Banding Surgery
Gastric Banding Surgery is a restrictive, reversible weight loss surgery that is widely known as Lap-Band surgery.
Gastric Bypass Surgery
RNY Gastric Bypass Surgery is a restrictive and malabsorptive procedure that is widely recommended by bariatric surgeons.
Gastric Sleeve Surgery
Gastric Sleeve Surgery is a restrictive bariatric surgery that many consider a permanent solution to obesity.
Gastric Sleeve Plication
Gastric Sleeve Plication is a new, restrictive procedure with increasing popularity among bariatric surgeons.
Dr. Jacqueline Osuna is capable of performing revision surgeries including gastric banding to gastric sleeve, gastric sleeve to gastric bypass, and other common procedures. To Learn if Jacqueline Osuna, MD, or our other bariatric surgeons are a candidate for weight loss surgery revision, please contact us.
What is the Solution to Obesity?
Obesity is continuing grow worldwide, with the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom leading the way with searing statistics.
Today, 64.5 percent of adult Americans (about 127 million) are categorized as being overweight or obese. Each year, obesity causes at least 300,000 excess deaths in the U.S. , and healthcare costs of American adults with obesity amount to approximately $100 billion.
With so many companies promising the solution to obesity, where do I turn?
With millions of people trying to lose weight and thousands of companies trying to solve this multi-billion dollar problem, there are companies with less than scrupulous morals.
In September 2002, the FTC staff issued a report on weight-loss advertising that concluded that, despite vigorous FTC law enforcement and consumer education efforts, fraudulent and misleading weight-loss advertising was widespread and on the rise (Source).