How Long will I be Out of Work After Surgery?

How Long Will You Be Out of Work After Surgery
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Most people are able to return to work a couple of weeks after their weight loss surgery. Your bariatric surgeon will give you clear instructions on when to resume work.


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US-registered Bariatric Dietitian

US-registered Bariatric Dietitian
Katelyn Mock is a US-registered Bariatric Dietitian certified by the American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. With more than 8 years of experience in formulating and reviewing diet programs across various hospital settings, Katelyn has also served as the Lead Bariatric Dietitian for the Ohio State University Medical Center.

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