My Bariatric Solutions employs a TEAM of professionals that are here to assist you in your weight loss journey and to provide you with a smooth and rewarding experience. Our team of professionals include: Weight Loss Surgeons: Dr. Scott Stowers, Dr. Arsalla, and Dr. Heath Smith with over 12 years of experience, Certified Bariatric Nurses trained in caring for the weight loss surgery patient, Registered Dietitians experienced in making eating after weight loss surgery fun and healthy, Exercise Specialists to show you how to exercise, Insurance and Financial Specialists to take care of any financial concerns you may have, and Patient Representatives to make your experience as smooth as possible.
Our hospital system, Wise Health System, has been awarded the following certifications: MBSAQIP (Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program), Blue Distinction Center for Bariatric Surgery®, Aetna Institute For Quality For Bariatric Surgery, a Cigna 3 Star Quality Program, a United Health Care OptumHealth Clinical Sciences Institute Bariatric Center of Excellence, and a Certified Lap-Band® Total Care Program . These certifications prove that My Bariatric Solutions doesn’t just talk the talk, but that they also walk the walk . The patients that choose My Bariatric Solutions achieve quality results and and have an experience that they are excited to share with others. So, congratulations on your decision and always remember that we are here to serve you. For more information on My Bariatric Solutions, please visit our website at: MyBariatricSolutions.com
Decatur Weight Loss Surgery
2014 S. Ben Merritt Dr., Ste B.
Decatur, TX 76234
Fort Worth/Alliance Location
3100 N. Tarrant Parkway, Ste. 100
Fort Worth, Texas 76177
Decatur Weight Loss Surgery 2014 S. Ben Merritt Dr., Ste B, Decatur, TX 76234
Fort Worth/Alliance Location 3100 N. Tarrant Parkway, Ste. 100 Fort Worth, Texas 76177
Waco New Location 7003 Woodway Dr. Ste. 303 Waco, TX 76712
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How many times have you thought to yourself: “I am too tired to workout, what’s the point?”
It is often assumed that because of fatigue, you will experience sub-par performance at the gym and that there’s no point in workout out. This is far from true. How you “feel” rarely impacts how your workouts will turn out.
The hardest part on days like this is just getting to the gym. Do your best, and don’t let fatigue win. Once you are there and start warming up, you will likely find that you are soon feeling better than expected, and might even start hitting personal bests.
By the end of your workout there is a great chance that you will be refreshed, invigorated and glad you made the effort. Remember: how you “feel” is a lie.
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