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Gastric Bypass Testimonial for Tullia Law

An unsolicited testimonial from a client of Laser Clinics (France) Ltd

dated 21 January 2013

Hi Tullia.

I would like to thank you for your supporting phone calls while I was in France right from start to finish.

"I can recommend Laser Clinics (France) Ltd, the Surgeon Dr B. B., all the nursing staff, and care everyone showed to me during the process.

Tullia Law has given me fantastic support throughout.

I am on the road to recovery, and cannot wait to see the results.

Regards

Mrs LISA B.

Full Name and address supplied with permission to post this testimonial.

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Testimonial for Gastric Bypass surgery at Hospital in France

"The treatment I received for my gastric by pass from the hotel right up to the surgeon and all the staff at the hospital was second to none.

I was looked after extremely well and if you have made the decision to have any kind of surgery done at La Havre I wouldn't have any reservation to recommend them.

The Novotel where I stayed, and the hospital where i had the operation were immaculate, the staff were helpful and friendly and the surgeon and his team were superb"

Tony:  Gastric ByPass Surgery January 2013

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Gastric Bypass Testimonial for France Surgery

A Gastric Bypass Surgery Testimonial

FROM A UK PATIENT FOR SURGERY IN FRANCE

To Tullia Law,  Senior Co-ordinator Laser Clinics (France) Ltd

Surgery 23 rd January 2013

I had gastric bypass surgery 2 weeks ago, on 23rd January, 2013.

I am not one of these people who makes an instant decision about anything major that I decide to do, so I had throughly researched this option and along with the blessing of my Doctor, I decided this was the best cause of action for myself and that Laser Clinics (France) Ltd was the best company for me to use.

Even though I was morbidly obese, because I did not have any other health problems and according to my Doctor, due to where I live in the UK, there was no chance for me to have this surgery done on the NHS; leaving me with no option than to pay for this treatment myself. I looked into companies in the UK but they all wanted upwards of £10 - £11,000 so I decided the other option was to go abroad to have this surgery.

Any qualms I had about leaving the country for this treatment, where put to rest, firstly by the amazing support I received from a lady called Tullia Law, who remained in contact via e-mail and phone leading up to my surgery, during my surgery in France and who has remained in touch since I returned home, to check to see how I am getting on. Knowing that there is someone on the other end of the phone should you need some support was a big comfort.

My husband (who hates hospitals, needles, etc) decided to be very brave and to accompany me to France. We made our travel arrangements and let Tullia know when we would be arriving. Before leaving the UK, I already had my itinerary of what would be happening and when, the hospital and Doctor's details, which again, made me feel happier about the whole thing.

We arrived in Le Havre on Monday 21st January and decided to walk to our hotel which was about a 10-15 minute walk from the ferry port. As soon as we arrived at the hotel, we were made to feel welcome and everything went like clockwork. They were expecting us, everything was ready and they had all the details, with regards to taxis and timings - again, this made me very happy as I knew that everything had been well organised.

We were picked up by taxi and taken to the hospital that afternoon, to meet Dr B. (who spoke excellent English), the Anaethetist, and other hospital staff. I had to have a blood test and Dr B went through what he would be doing and then asked if we had any questions, which we did not, as we had been given all of the information we required before leaving the UK. The taxi took us back to the hotel and we relaxed and went out for a nice meal in the evening.

The following day, a taxi arrived on time to take us back to the hospital and I had to have an endoscopy - not a particularly nice procedure - but again, the Doctor who performed it and the Nurses that assisted him, could not have been kinder nor more professional. My husband sat in the waiting room and said I was only 5 minutes but trust me, it felt a lot longer than that to me!!! Again, a taxi took us back to the hotel and we wandered round and had lunch.

The next morning, a taxi picked us up at 6:45 am and took us to the hospital where staff were waiting for us and were efficiently checked in to a lovely room with a private bathroom and twin beds so he was able to stay with me the whole time, which was lovely for me.

Everything was handled competently and I had the surgery which took just over 2 hours and I was back in my room about 5 hours after leaving it. The staff were brilliant and Dr B came to see me to say that all had gone well and that he would be back to check on me in a few days. The worst thing on that day was the feeling of wanting to be sick, but that was due to the anesthetic and once they found an anti-nausea drug that worked, that stopped which was a huge relief.

I was on a drip, with pain killers, fluids and when necessary, anti-nausea medication, but by the Thursday evening, I was starting to feel much better and the staff were very good - my husband was also well looked after, although he kept disappearing every time there was something involving needles, etc.!!

After having X-rays to ensure that everything was working as it should be on the Friday morning and after a visit from Dr B to check I was ok, we were taken back to our hotel by taxi.

Dr B came to our hotel on the Saturday morning to show my husband how to give me an anti-coagulation injection in my stomach (even though both myself and my husband knew that he would be the last person in the world to get that close to a needle). It was very simple as it was a regulated dose and I managed to give myself the injection once but my daughter did the others - I had to have this for 10 days and had the last injection on Monday night which I'm pleased about as I was beginning to feel a bit like a pin cushion!!

They gave me a list of vitamins and minerals, etc that I needed to take when I left the hospital and that I need to take for the next 5 years. Although they gave me a French website where I could purchase these, I found all of these in A-Z of Multivitamins and Iron from Sainsburys, but I'm sure that Boots and other places also do these.

The only other follow-up treatment I need is to have a blood test every 6 months to ensure that my vitamin and mineral levels are what they should be, but I can honestly say that considering this was only done 2 weeks ago,I feel amazingly well and I have now lost 23 lbs which is fantastic, though I have been strictly following what I can eat and as long as I stick to easy to digest food, I have no problems.

For anyone that is considering this option and using this company, I can only tell you about my personal experience, but I would have no hesitation in recommending this company and would like to thank everyone, especially Tullia and Dr B for all of their help and support.

Karen T

(full name and address supplied and available on request)

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gastric band surgery testimonial from martha

Dear Tullia

I wanted to write to inform you that 2 weeks on from the gastric band surgery that both my Mum and I undertook, we have both already started loosing a considerable amount of weight.

I personally have already lost just over a stone in just two weeks. This is simply amazing, something that seemed impossible to do before the surgery.
Looking back at many of the concerns I had before the surgery I now realize that none of those concerns were really necessary. It was a big commitment handing over all that money before the surgery with only peoples word to go on that your services were legitimate. It was also a great concern as to how we would manage in France speaking only English. Concerns such as were we going to be able to explain to nurses if we were in pain or explain any concerns to the Dr's.
Thankfully I am happy to say that all the positive things I read about you were correct.
You delivered everything you said you would and more. The nurses were amazing making sure even with some language barrier that we were looked after and understood at all times. The Dr's all spoke brilliant English and were really friendly and in my opinion gave us the best medical attention humanly possible. (Even to the point that the doctor's at home could not believe a surgeon would come and visit us in our hotel before we traveled home to make sure we were well enough to travel).
The hotel staff were brilliant and made sure we got all our taxi's without any hassle to and from the hospital. The hotel itself was lovely and they could not have made us feel more welcome and looked after.
Thank you for being so fabulous at fitting both my mum and I in to have the operation together, it really was a great support us both feeling we were in this together and as I explained to you before, at present I am training to become a doctor so finding time for an operation and recovery was difficult but you managed to fit us both in when it suited us which made this operation a reality.
I hope that when I am fully qualified as a doctor I will be able to put my patients at ease and offer the kind of services that we received in France!
Thanks once more for everything, you have been a tremendous part in helping my mum and I change our lives for the better.
We will defiantly be returning to you in a few months if a tummy tuck is in order!
Until then I will just enjoy seeing the weight continue to drop off.
Forever grateful,
Martha

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Cataract Surgery in France cost less Testimonial for Tullia Law

Testimonial from Chrisopher B For Tullia Law

posted 1 July 2011

Cataract Surgery magnificent service in France

This is to let others know what a magnificent service Tullia Law of Laser Clinic supplied to me this June.

I had had a lot of trouble obtaining satisfactory glasses for about a year when I arranged a consultation in Calais with Tullia to see Dr Benoit Regnaut, an ophthalmic surgeon. He diagnosed cataracts and within 6 weeks I had had both eyes operated on.

This entailed removal of cataracts and implantation of permanent lenses into both eyes. This was done under local anaesthetic (painless)and I am really surprised and pleased with the results. I now only need glasses for the smallest print and my iPhone!

Tullia organised everything brilliantly and kept me informed throughout the process. What could have been a disconcerting episode was turned into a very positive experience by the charm and organisation ability of Tullia and the skill and fantastic expertise of Dr Regnaut and all the team at the Clinic.

many thanks Tullia and the team

Christopher B
(full name and address supplied)

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(Webmaster)

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The Ratio of Overweight People - Why Is It Increasing?


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The ratio of overweight people in increasing day by day and people follow different ways to get rid of excessive fats. The weight loss diet plans are based on various low fat foods. However, some of the healthy foods used for weight loss still contain high fat content.

The fish is a good example of this fact, for decades the fish is known for fatty acids in the omega-3 and considered healthy. But, the fried fish contains high amount of calories and fats and these calories are not suitable for an overweight person.

Sushi is a very healthy treat and it has various types. Mostly, the sushi is now a day served with cheese or cream now a day. This makes sushi unfit for the people having overweight weight issues.

Try to avoid the sushi rolls having fried or battered fish in them. The fried fish increases the fat content of sushi and should be avoided. Other low fat varieties of sushi like; tuna and sashimi can be used.

Dry fruit has more calorie content than fresh fruit and it should not be used for snacking. The fresh fruit is a more healthy way to lose weight quickly.

Granola is really a healthy food but it is mostly available in the form packaged mixes and these contain high calories than the natural granola. It is advised that you should prepare you granola diet yourself.

Veggie burgers are mostly used for lunch. But, these burgers contain high amount of calories and fats. Due to this reason the veggie burger should not be used regularly.

Usually veggie burgers are preferred by weight losers due to low fats. However, veggie burgers are dressed by using cheese and in this way these burgers may add more fats to the body.

You should note your dietary habits carefully and decide your diet plan in an efficient way.

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Fast Food and Obesity - What Is the Connection?


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Understand the connection between fast food and obesity. Why some gain weight while others eat all they want without gaining a pound!

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Leptin - How Does it Affect My Appetite?

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Leptin is a "signal" hormone made by fat cells. The name comes from the Greek word "leptos" meaning "thin". Leptin was discovered in 1994 and is produced in humans by a gene on chromosome 7.

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Why We'll Live 10 Years Less Than Our Parents

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The underlying message is one of lack of information in society. Generally speaking, the fact that over a billion people in the world are overweight and and even larger percentage are malnourished, has entered the collective consciousness. Fitness and weight-watch has undeniably become of the most prolific trends of the 21st century.
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The effects of obesity as health risks are many. Besides physical health issues, many suffer from psychological issues as well. In this modern world 'thin is in'. Hence people who are obese are the butt of jokes and become laughing stock.
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