Are You Obese?
Tiered of Diet and Excercise?
Are you thinking of Permanent Solution to Obesity?
Do you want second opinion?
Bariatric/ Endoscopic Weightloss Proceure
1 to 2 hrs Procedure
2 day Stay
No bed rest needed
Done by Laparoscopy , advanced laser and Staplers
Reliable, Cheaper and assured proceure
Zero % EMI available
Starts from 1.2 lack (cheepest in India)
Experienced Bariatric team
All Insurance is covered
Obesity is not your fault, we will help you Out
About Dr. Mutharaju K.R
Chairman and Director of Indo-Bariatric Center
MS, FMBS (Fellow in Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery)
Specialized in GI, Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery
Dr Mutharaju K.R. is Experienced GI, Bariatric ,Metabolic and advanced Laparoscopic Surgeon
He did his MBBS in prestigious medical college , Bangalore Medical college and research institute(BMCRI)( which is considered one of the top ten medical college in India). He did his post graduation MS in General surgery in prestigious Armed Forces Medical college (AFMC) , Pune ( which is considered as 2nd best medical college in India). Later he was trained in Bariatric ,Metabolic and GI Surgery in Ahmedabad under pioneers of bariatric surgery Dr.Mahendra Narwaria and Dr.Sanjay Patolia for 1 year in an exclusive bariatric, metabolic and diabetic centre (ASIAN BARIATRICS). Specialised in performing laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy, laparoscopic mini gastric bypass, laparoscopic Roux y gastric bypass, gastric ballon procedures and revisional surgeries with least complication rates. His main focus is metabolic surgery for the cure of type 2 diabetes in obese patients and other obesity related disorders like sleep apnea, dyslipidemia, polycystic ovarian syndrome in infertile women, hypertension and Dyslipedimia.
He has worked in the past as consultant in Apollo hospital, Global hospital, Care hospital and GIMSR. He was former consultant and head in Department of Bariatrics, Metabolic and GI Surgery, CARE hospital. Now currently working with Pristyn Care
He has done hundreds of Bariatric , metabolic, GI Surgeries and Revision Bariatric Surgeries. He has done many Obesity awareness program and conducting free Obesity consultation. He is also specialist in advanced laparoscopic procedures like Laparoscopic fundoplication, Laparoscopic colectomy, Laparoscopic Gastrectomy and so on
Be the Version of you
As a licensed professional Bariatric Surgeon, I aim to offer adequate medical services in order to meet my patients’ needs. I’m highly committed to offering high quality care to Indian Obesity community. It’s taken me years of hard work to get where I am today, to the point where I can say your health is in good hands.
Pre-operative Bariatric Care
The Care You Deserve
Helping You Get Healthy
Taking Care of You
What Is Bariatric Surgery
Bariatric surgery is a key hole / laparoscopic procedure to increase body’s metabolism by stimulating gut hormones. The stomach size is reduced and the passage of food in intestine is altered to achieve the desired result.
No fat is removed in this procedure. It’s not same as liposuction where in fat below skin is sucked out using special technique.
Bariatric Surgeries are restrictive, malabsorptive or a combination of both.
Restrictive Surgeries make the stomach smaller, helping the person consume less food and feel full sooner.
Malabsorptive Surgeries bypass part of the digestive system so fewer calories are absorbed from food.
What are the most common types of Bariatric Surgeries?
The stomach is stapled to form a thin sleeve and the rest of the stomach is removed, reducing the size of the stomach. Decreasing the stomach size makes you feel fuller sooner. However, food passes through the digestive tract in the usual order.
A small pouch is created from the stomach and is connected to the small intestine, bypassing part of the system. The remainder of the stomach is not removed. The surgery fulfills two goals i.e. making you feel full sooner as well as reducing the absorption of calories and nutrients in the body.
Mini Gastric bypass
The stomach is reduced by separating a tube-like pouch of stomach from the rest of the stomach. This tubular gastric pouch is connected (anastomosed) to the intestine, by passing up to 200cm of the upper part of the intestine. It is simple and reversible form of laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery.