Sara Osborne struggled with weight her entire life. Regular diet and exercise doesn’t work for everyone, and it didn’t for her. In her first year after weight loss surgery, she lost 75 pounds and now has a healthier heart, mind and body.
“I’ve got a whole new lease on life. I’m able to get out and experience things that I never thought I would be able to experience. It's really my second shot to live. That’s the greatest gift. They gave me my life back.”
Hall, 52, of Lexington had tried for years to lose weight, but it wasn’t working. She’d lose pounds, then gain it back. She finally made the decision - “the best decision I ever made” - to have weight loss surgery.
Jenny Lynn Hatter is proud to say she lost 100 pounds … four times. It wasn’t until she had weight loss surgery in 2015 that she was able to maintain the weight loss. “I thought the last thing I wanted to do was have weight loss surgery, but I knew it was my last shot,�? […]
At 417 pounds, life was becoming difficult for Chris Rogers of Paris. “Everyday tasks were becoming a struggle – getting dressed, tying shoes, going out to eat,�? he said. “Luckily, I didn’t have too many medical problems.�? But he was uncomfortable, and Rogers could tell the extra weight was interfering with his everyday tasks and […]