Chirurgie de l'obésité - Le Goff Technique

Obesity surgery doomed to fail without treatment of the psychological causes, 80%-90% responsible for the disease

Following surgery, psychological care is essential to prevent relapse

Paris, 23 May 2016 – Surgical treatment for severe or morbid obesity is unlikely to be successful in the medium and long term, if the psychological causes, 80%-90% responsible for the disease are not also treated, says Dr Jean-Yves Le Goff, visceral surgeon specialising in obesity surgery,

Chirurgie de l'obésité - Le Goff Technique

What follow-up after obesity surgery? Why my method has been so successful for 20 years

Post-operative follow-up remains a major issue in obesity surgery. This is the conclusion every year and recently by the National academy of surgery and work by the French society for obesity surgery and metabolic diseases (SOFFCO-MM).

A few weeks ago, the Academy recalled: obesity surgery is not inconsequential (mortality, complications, deficiencies). In seven years,