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The Orbera Intragastric Balloon A non surgical weight loss solution General Reflux, & Bariatrics Surgeon Miami

The Orbera Intragastric Balloon: A non-surgical weight loss solution

Doctor Luciano Fiszer, is a general, board-certified surgeon who specializes in non-invasive treatments for among other things, the treatment of weight loss. Located in Miami Doctor Fiszer has spent 10 years performing surgery procedures that help his patients finally lose their excess weight when diet and exercise have failed. One of the most popular surgery techniques Dr. Fiszer performs in his Miami Office, often with rather dramatic weight loss results,...

When Should You Go for a GERD Evaluation General Reflux, & Bariatrics Surgeon Miami

When Should You Go for a GERD Evaluation?

In medical expertise, one name stands out as a beacon of knowledge and experience: Luciano Fiszer, MD. With over a decade of dedicated practice, Dr. Fiszer is not just a board-certified general surgeon; he's a specialist in bariatric and weight-loss surgery and surgical procedures of the digestive tract. His commitment to staying on the cutting edge of surgical techniques sets him apart, holding multiple certifications in advanced practices. He's not...

Caring for Your Core When Inguinal Hernia Surgery Becomes Essential General Reflux, & Bariatrics Surgeon Miami

Caring for Your Core: When Inguinal Hernia Surgery Becomes Essential

Dr. Luciano Fiszer brings much surgical experience to our discussion about inguinal hernias and when treatment becomes necessary. His background in bariatric and digestive tract surgeries, gained through extensive training in Argentina and the United States, sets the stage for a thoughtful exploration of this common medical condition. As we delve into the topic, Dr. Fiszer's commitment to advanced surgical techniques and his involvement in professional societies will help shed...

6 Signs That May Indicate the Need for Gallbladder Surgery General Reflux, & Bariatrics Surgeon Miami

6 Signs That May Indicate the Need for Gallbladder Surgery

The gallbladder, a small yet crucial organ tucked beneath the liver in the upper right abdomen, serves as a reservoir for bile—a substance essential for digesting dietary fats. When this organ encounters problems, it can manifest through an array of uncomfortable symptoms, potentially necessitating gallbladder removal surgery, medically known as cholecystectomy. In this comprehensive blog post, we'll delve into six key signs that should not be overlooked if you suspect...

Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band Lap Band surgery General Reflux, & Bariatrics Surgeon Miami

Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band (Lap-Band) surgery: Is it right for you?

Dr. Luciano Fiszer is a highly regarded board-certified general surgeon specializing in bariatric and digestive tract surgeries. With over a decade of medical experience, Dr. Fiszer combines expertise in advanced surgical techniques with a dedication to patient care. In this blog post, we explore one of Dr. Fiszer-Adler's specialized procedures: laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding, also known as lap-band surgery. Dr. Fiszer performs this restrictive procedure using cutting-edge surgical technologies, placing a...

What is the Sleeve Gastrectomy A Common Weight Reduction Surgery General Reflux, & Bariatrics Surgeon Miami

What is the Sleeve Gastrectomy? A Common Weight Reduction Surgery Explained

Sleeve gastrectomy is a surgical weight-loss procedure in which around 75% of the stomach is removed, leaving a smaller, banana-shaped "sleeve" or tube as the remaining usable portion of the stomach. During the incision, the greater curvature of the stomach is excised and the stomach is stapled vertically to create this new, much smaller stomach pouch. The pyloric valve at the bottom of the stomach is left intact so that...

5 Crucial Considerations Before Choosing a GERD Surgeon General Reflux, & Bariatrics Surgeon Miami

5 Crucial Considerations Before Choosing a GERD Surgeon

Choosing the ideal surgeon for your GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) surgery is one of the most pivotal decisions you'll make on your journey to improved health. This decision has far-reaching implications, not only for your immediate well-being but also for the long-term success of your GERD treatment. Therefore, it is vital to take a considered and informed approach when selecting the right professional for your needs. In this article, we will...

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What Exactly Is Gallbladder Disease?

Gallbladder disease is any condition that worsens the condition of your gallbladder. A little organ in your digestive tract is your gallbladder. It retains some of the bile your liver produces and transports it to your small intestine to aid in the digestion of food there. Using a network of tubes known as bile ducts, it does this. The bile ducts that link to your gallbladder or the gallbladder may be...

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Everything you need to know about Fatty Tumors

You are in the right place if you want to demystify fatty tumors and lipoma myths. Lipoma is a condition that results in the formation of a non-cancerous lump(s) due to fat cell overgrowth. Moreover, the condition can appear in any body region with fat cells. No, the lipoma isn’t cancer. Nonetheless, cancerous fat cells exist, and you can call them liposarcomas. Therefore, it will be best to update your doctor...

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What You Need to Know About Diverticular Disease

Diverticular disease is a digestive condition that affects the large intestine (bowel). It is characterized by the development of small bulges or pockets in the lining of the intestine, which can cause symptoms such as pain in the lower tummy. It is more likely to develop in people who do not get enough fiber in their diet. Occasionally, until tests are performed, people are unaware they have the condition. Many...

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