Serving Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kansas
Have you tried to lose weight, only to see it come back? Have you tried diets and pills that never seemed to work? For some people, permanent weight loss is an elusive goal, and chronic obesity can take a serious toll on your health, wellness, and self-esteem.
Are you ready to take the first step on the road to a longer, healthier life? Attend one of our free seminars in Fayetteville, AR, Fort Smith, AR, or Tulsa, Oklahoma to learn more about our weight loss program and what path may be right for you. Click here for our seminar schedule.
The support of family and friends during this journey can make the transformation much easier, and it’s recommended to have someone you trust attend our seminar and each of your appointments with you. Though friends and relatives are indispensable, support groups made up of other patients can also facilitate your transition to a new lifestyle, and we believe it’s important to attend group meetings in your first post-operative year and beyond. Click here to visit our support groups page.
The problems of obesity are not all obvious. Extreme obesity is a known risk factor for diabetes, heart failure, stroke, hypertension, gallbladder disease, degenerative arthritis, back pain, some forms of cancer, sleep apnea, pregnancy complications, depression and other health risks. Obesity and related conditions can even shorten your life.
Innovative Weight Loss Surgery Approach
Roller Weight Loss & Advanced Surgery features the only group of fellowship-trained bariatric and advanced general laparoscopic surgeons in Arkansas. Joshua Roller, MD, Yong Kwon, MD, Josh Mourot, MD, and Jaime Dutton, MD offer the most sophisticated modern weight loss surgery (bariatric surgery) techniques available, including roux-en-Y gastric bypass, lap gastric banding or LAP-BAND surgery, and sleeve gastrectomy, to help you take control of your weight and reclaim your health. We serve patients in Northwest Arkansas and Tulsa, Oklahoma.
They also perform other minimally invasive procedures, including many that can ease or resolve medical problems associated with obesity.