Monthly Archive: January 2017

Jan 30

Can yoga exercise help you lose weight?

Yoga does not ‘burn’ calories as effectively as an aerobic exercise. However, it can still play an important part in a weight-loss program. Learn how by clicking on Yoga.

Jan 30

Happy Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentines to you and all your Loved Ones.

Jan 27

Tell me about weight-loss medicines. Do they really work?

There are a few medications that are indicated for weight loss. However all of them have fallen far short of ideal! Get a big glass full of skepticism and read Here.

Jan 25

Will insurance pay for weight-loss surgery?

The answer to this question may depend on your current medical condition, your past history, the presence of coexisting conditions, such as diabetes, and your insurance carrier. You can discuss this with Dr. Birkedal’s staff and find out what insurance plans are accepted. Just click on Insurance Plans.

Jan 25

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Jan 23

What is the cost of weight-loss surgery?

See where to discuss cost and payment options. Click Here.

Jan 20

The holidays are over, fading into memories. Did you overeat again?

Many people devote very little time to thinking about what they eat and prepare for their families. Before Easter (April 16, 2017), try to think and plan ahead to serve some Healthy Holiday Recipes.

Jan 18

Are abdominal hernias dangerous and how are they repaired?

Abdominal hernias are a common problem. Although they may not cause any immediate pain or discomfort, an abdominal hernia can eventually lead to serious medical problems like bowel obstruction. Click on Hernia Repair to discover how surgery can correct this condition.

Jan 18

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Jan 17

Make 2017 Your Healthiest Year Ever

2017 New Year's Resolutions

If your New Year’s resolutions included a health-related promise to yourself, you are not alone. Opinion surveys are consistent in reporting that health-related objectives are among the most common resolutions in the United States and Europe. The statistics vary a little between years and survey organizations, but it seems that 50 to 75 percent of …

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