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VIP Care for Lap Band Patients Leads to Life Changing Results
Date:6/21/2011

LOS ANGELES, June 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Within the last two years the Lap Band has skyrocketed to fame as the safest, most convenient weight loss procedure for obese individuals. As a result, the number of surgeons providing this minimally invasive procedure has exponentially increased as well, with the caliber of skill sometimes varying greatly from one surgeon to the next. Based in Los Angeles, a bariatric surgeon named Dr. Michael Feiz has taken the standards of "bedside manner" and "patient care" to a whole new level, and the results are speaking for themselves.

The philosophy behind Dr. Feiz's practice revolves around catering to every aspect of the patient's medical and emotional needs in order to create a situation where success is the only option. This means having everything covered for patients from the beginning of their weight loss journey to the end. Prospective patients are encouraged to attend one of Dr. Feiz's free seminars to get an overview of the Lap Band in Los Angeles, after which Dr. Feiz's office and staff take care of everything else to make the patient's weight loss journey as easy and manageable as possible. This includes setting up personal one-on-one appointments with the in-house nutritionist and psychologist to secure insurance verification, setting the patient up with a surgery date at the most convenient office location and time, as well as an extensive post-op care program with a dedicated nurse to ensure the patient's physical and emotional healing. Since Dr. Feiz and his team perform the Lap Band at 11 convenient locations around the LA area, patients don't have to travel far to undergo this revolutionary procedure. Free transportation is even provided for patients who need it to receive the care they need.

This all encompassing approach has given Dr. Feiz's patients consistently successful results and beautiful stories of positive life change, especially with regards to self
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SOURCE Michael Feiz Medical Corp. Public Relations
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