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Stretching Routine for the Person Who Sits Alot

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   June 06, 2018

Complete each stretch slowly. Do not bounce into and out of the stretch positions, but rather use slow, deliberate movements. Do not stretch until the point of pain, but rather a slight discomfort. Stretching too far car do more harm than good. Hold each stretch 30-40 seconds, and then switch sides if needed. Neck Flexion […]

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Hip Opener Stretching Routine

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   June 06, 2018

Complete each stretch slowly. Do not bounce into and out of the stretch positions, but rather use slow, deliberate movements. Do not stretch until the point of pain, but rather a slight discomfort. Stretching too far car do more harm than good. Hold each stretch 30-40 seconds, and then switch sides if needed. 90 Lat […]

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Build One New Healthy Habit At A Time

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   December 08, 2017

Look at the examples below, if you had all the time in the world, what would you do more of?   Circle any of those habits that interest you. Then, select ONE to focus on this week and write it down in the space below: Make time for breakfast Eat healthier lunches at work Downsize […]

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How clinical studies were done

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   October 30, 2017

A clinical study, called the REDUCE Pivotal Trial, was performed at 8 hospitals in the United States. This study included 326 patients who had a BMI of 30-40. These patients also had some other medical condition related to their obesity (obesity-related comorbidity). Patients either had the dual balloon placed for 6 months and received diet […]

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Patient ID Card

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   October 30, 2017

You will receive a ReShape ID Card following your procedure. Carry your ReShape ID Card with you to show other doctors and care providers that you have a ReShape dual balloon. If you lose this card, please call your doctor’s office to receive a new card.

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Where you can find out more

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   October 30, 2017

Please talk with your doctor to find out more about your condition and whether the ReShape Procedure is right for you.

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When to call your doctor

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   October 30, 2017

After the dual balloon is put in, your doctor will tell you when to call. Please review the “Things you must do to avoid serious harm (Warnings)” in this Patient Information Guide for other times when you must call your doctor.

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What happens after the Dual Balloon is put into your stomach

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   October 30, 2017

An important part of the ReShape Procedure is the support and supervised coaching. Learning how to eat and exercise will be a part of your ReShape experience. You will receive diet and exercise coaching during the six months the ReShape Balloon is in place and for six months after it is taken out. Once every […]

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What happens during the procedures to put the ReShape Dual Balloon in and take it out of your stomach

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   October 30, 2017

Talk with your doctor before the procedure to learn about any dietary rules. On the day the ReShape Balloon is put in Your doctor will place the ReShape Dual Balloon in your stomach during a short outpatient procedure. First you will be made comfortable with an intravenous medication that causes conscious sedation (light anesthesia). Then […]

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What are the first steps In the ReShape Procedure

katie Pendlay   •   Steps   •   October 30, 2017

Your doctor will ask about your medical history and perform an exam to help determine if this procedure may be a good choice for you. You will also be told about prescription medicines that you will need to take. It is recommended that you fill all prescriptions before the procedure. At this time you will […]

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