Broward County:

201 NW 70th Avenue, Suite C

Plantation, FL 33317

Phone: (954) 249-3950



LINX procedure

We perform Robotic and/or Laparoscopic surgery for most general surgery problems such as hernias, gallbladder, intestines, etc.

barrett's esophagus


(954) 249-3950


(888) 805-8627

Hablamos Español


achalasia  & swallowing

Miami-Dade County:

3661 S. Miami Avenue, Suite 906

Miami, FL 33133

Phone: (954) 249-3950



reflux after bariatric


minimally invasive AND general sURGERY

(954) 249-3950

Hablamos Español

lap band

Sleeve Gastrectomy

BARIATRIC surgery and weight loss

minimally invasive general SURGERY

Why should you suffer from ongoing heartburn symptoms? We have solutions!

acid reflux and swallowing surgery

Acid REFLUX & swallowing


gastric plication

The surgery field is an ever evolving one and as a community we are always looking for ways to correct the patient's problems while minimizing the discomfort and pain. That's how minimally invasive surgery is becoming the desired approach for most surgical diseases. With the rise of innovative tools like the weight loss balloon, LINX device and Stretta, as well as a variety of types of bariatric surgery, we are always striving to provide patients with the best of the best. Our surgeons are highly trained and have a proven track record of success for improving the patient's health. We are loved by our patients because we go the extra mile to make their experience delightful. 

We walk with you all the way until you've reached your goal and we have all the tools to make you succeed. We enjoy seeing our patients do well and transforming their life. By combining technology, training and expertise with compassion, patience and empathy we hope to make your health journey an enjoyable one.

Metabolic surgery

Choose from most Bariatric Surgery and non-surgical weight loss options, Acid Reflux and Minimally Invasive General Surgery to help you achieve the best results!

There is still a common misconception that obesity is a "Cosmetic" issue, but the truth is that obesity is a medical problem. The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) and several National and International medical and scientific societies, now recognize obesity as a chronic progressive disease resulting from multiple environmental, physiological and genetic factors.

Living with obesity is extremely costly in terms of economics, individual health, longevity, and psychological well-being. Managing your weight is a life-long process that requires treatment, control and support.

Obesity is defined by having excess weight over your ideal body weight (IBW). It is usually categorized using a body mass index (BMI) calculation. The table below summarizes the different classes of obesity:

gastric bypass


BARIATRIC surgery and weight loss


revision of prior surgery

endoscopic sleeve

Choose from the different surgical and non-surgical weight loss procedures specifically tailored to your needs.

Good  to Know:

  • Approximately 40%of the US population experiences acid reflux symptoms (>100 millions).
  • Approximately 40% of GERD patients experience symptoms despite taking medications.
  • Approximately 40% of the patients having persistent symptoms despite medications have non-acid reflux.
  • Acid Reflux can lead to more serious problems.
  • Long-term use of anti-acid medications can have serious side-effects.
  • Untreated GERD, poorly controlled or long-standing can be a risk factor for cancer of the esophagus.

Choosing the right weight loss procedure involves multiple considerations including your health problems and desired weight loss, but more importantly starts with knowing your Body Mass Index (BMI).

bARIATRic surgery &weight loss PROCEDURES

hiatal hernia repair

Gastric balloon

anti-reflux and swallowing procedures

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) or more commonly known as acid reflux and heartburn occurs when stomach acid or bile flows backwards up into the esophagus causing bothersome symptoms. The esophagus is the tube that connects the throat to the stomach. These reflux events are attributed to a weak esophageal sphincter that allows stomach acid to flow back. Many conditions have been associated with this muscle weakness such as diet, other medical problems and overweight.

Untreated, long-lasting and poorly controlled GERD can have serious adverse effects leading to severe inflammation of the esophagus, throat, stomach, lungs, vocal cords and it can even become a risk factor for esophageal cancer - the fastest growing cancer in America-. When symptoms occur often or are not controlled despite treatment, medical advice should be considered.

Reflux can have different presentations. Typical acid reflux presents with "heartburn" and/or regurgitation which is the feeling of liquid or food coming back to the esophagus and throat. Other patients experience atypical symptoms such as frequent cough, asthma, hoarseness, nausea, sore throat and non-cardiac chest pain. Most patients experiencing chest pain who have had a completely normal heart evaluation and studies, often have GERD or another esophageal movement disorder. This is true for some other swallowing problems that may be confused with acid reflux disease.

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revision of prior surgery