Online Seminar - Weight Loss - New Life - Knoxville, TN

Is being overweight causing you some serious medical issues? Have you tried conventional methods of weight loss (e.g. diet and exercise) but still struggled in losing those excess pounds? Then you may benefit from bariatric surgery.

What is bariatric surgery?
Bariatric surgery is a procedure that aims to help you lose weight.

There are different types of bariatric procedures out there. Some help you lose weight by reducing the amount of food you can take, while others alter the way your body absorbs the nutrients.

Although this procedure is proven to help one lose weight and even improve some of the weight-related medical issues, this isn’t another surgery.

The procedure itself is just the beginning. To sustain weight loss in the long run, your lifetime commitment to changes is needed.

Helping you make a more informed choice
At New Life Center for Bariatric Surgery in Knoxville, we want to help our clients make a more informed choice. Hence, we offer FREE information sessions to help our clients understand better what bariatric surgery is and what it entails.

We make it very convenient for you through our online seminar. You get the same information from in-person seminars, minus the time and effort to drive.

This is a great choice for those who can’t make it in-person and those who prefer to do the seminar online. You can watch our bariatric presentation at any time, anywhere.


Requirements for attending the online seminar
To attend the online seminar, simply fill out the registration form and log in using Chrome, Firefox, or Safari browser.

This is a 35-minute seminar that includes a quiz. After the seminar, please call our office at (865) 694-9676 to confirm that we have received your registration information.

If you have any questions or concerns in attending our online seminar, please don’t hesitate to call us at (865) 694-9676.

New Life Center for Bariatric Surgery is part of Premier Surgical Bariatrics in Knoxville, Tennessee. New LIfe is affiliated with the Parkwest Center for Bariatric Surgery, part of Covenant Health Bariatric Services.