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Neither a diet nor surgery: kickstart your weight loss journey with the ElipseTM System

Has dieting alone been a disappointment? Susan is now pleased to offer the Elipse Balloon, a procedureless* gastric balloon at the center of a comprehensive weight loss program.

Effective results meeting your expectations. Lasting results, thanks to you.

Following 16 weeks of balloon treatment, most patients lose between 20% to 50%** of their excess weight. While losing kilos, we help you learn new habits to make this success last.

Enjoy real support, both from your team of experts and from the Elipse System

The Elipse program is built around a procedureless gastric balloon (No surgery, endoscopy, or anesthesia). Unlike other advanced weight-loss options, the Elipse Balloon requires no surgery, no endoscopy, and no anesthesia. Placement takes about 15min and happens at your doctor’s office with a quick x-ray. The balloon fills a part of your stomach, making it easier to reduce your intake of food***.

You are not alone anymore: meet your team of experts, here to help you maximize you weight-loss results over 6 months. The Elipse System comes with the support of a multidisciplinary team including your doctor and your nutritionist A wireless scale included in the program enables you to track your progress and share your results with your team in real-time.

See video: An Overview of Elipse Therapy

Advantages of the Elipse System

Simplicity: no surgery, no endoscopy, and no anesthesia is required. Placement requires less than 20 minutes with your doctor and a quick x-ray.
Motivation: The Elipse Balloon, combined with a supervised nutrition and behavior modification program, helps you achieve a weight loss kickstart quickly and safely.
Team spirit: you are not alone in front of your plate. Your team (and your balloon) are here to help you, support you and develop lasting habits to maintain your new weight.

Make a change today!

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More questions?

Getting the Elipse Balloon

Getting the the Elipse Balloon takes about 15 minutes! The balloon comes in a capsule with a thin tube. You will swallow the capsule and your doctor will use a quick x-ray to make sure the balloon is in your stomach. The balloon will be filled through the tube and the tube will be removed, completing the process.

Living with the Elipse Balloon

You may experience some nausea and discomfort during the first week after you receive the balloon. Your doctor may prescribe medications to make you feel more comfortable. Your physician will provide detailed information regarding the risks and benefits of the ElipseTM System.

Eating with the Elipse Balloon

Your doctor may recommend that you drink only liquids for the first couple of days and that you move to solid foods when comfortable. Use the feelings of fullness provided by the Elipse Balloon to practice eating smaller, healthier meals.

Removing the Elipse Balloon

The Elipse Balloon removes itself – no need to visit your doctor. After about 16 weeks, the balloon will empty on its own and pass naturally.

Am I eligible?

The Elipse System is intended to promote temporary weight loss in overweight and obese individuals when used in conjunction with a supervised nutrition and behavior modification program. You must have a minimum Body Mass Index (BMI) of 27 kg/m2.

Do you want to know more about the Elipse System?
Contact us for more information or a first meeting.

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* No surgery, endoscopy or anesthesia required
** A small percentage of patients do not respond to therapy Sources: Imaz I et al, 2007; Genco A et al, 2006
*** Source: Bonazzi P, et al, 2005; Su HJ et al, 2013; Genco A et al, 2013

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