Texas Laparoscopic Consultants Profiled on ABC 13 TV as the Only Practice in Houston Offering Single Incision Quick Recovery Weight Loss Surgery
A recent profile by a KTRK-TV, a local television news affiliate, is bringing to light a new technique available at Houston weight loss surgery (http://www.tlcsurgery.com) practice Texas Laparoscopic Consultants that improves the recovery process and the aesthetic results for patients who undergo surgical treatment for morbid obesity. (PRWeb Nov 18, 2009)
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