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The Weight Loss Surgery Podcast is created by Reeger Cortell, FNP for the WLS community. Reeger created WLS Podcast with three main objectives: 1) Provide evidenced-based education 2) Motivate through unwaivering belief in a persons ability to stay on track to their goals and to take charge of their lives. 3) Inspire people during all phases of the WLS journey to remain focused on what's most important: Safe, optimal, life-long health and wellness.
 
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A lot has changed in the past 4 weeks since last I turned on my recorder, the majority of that having to do with the Coronavirus global pandemic. First, let me begin by saying I dearly hope you and yours are healthy and safe. Next, I want to pick up where I left off, one month ago. When I signed off in mid-March I told you that I was home on quaran…
 
Hi everyone, this Reeger Cortell, your friendly bariatric surgery nurse practitioner and this is the Weight Loss Surgery Podcast, where in normal times, we talk about obesity and bariatric surgery one episode at a time. But these are not normal times. At this moment is 9:34 in the morning, PST, on March 16, 2020. 2 months ago, heck even one week ag…
 
In this episode I bring you my conversation with Marilyn Clark. Marilyn is a certified Nutrition & Lifestyle Coach, a radical self-care advocate, an obesity survivor, a bariatric patient, and a nutrition nerd. As part of our conversation, Marilyn shares her history as a person affected by obesity, how/why/and when she came to her decision to includ…
 
I want to share this poem by Alberto Rios because I love it and I have a rooftop from which I can share it. A House Called Tomorrow You are not fifteen, or twelve, or seventeen— You are a hundred wild centuries And fifteen, bringing with you In every breath and in every step Everyone who has come before you, All the yous that you have been, The mot…
 
In this episode I bring you my conversation with Ted Kyle, RPh, MBA. Ted founded ConscienHealth in 2009. He is a pharmacist and healthcare innovation professional who works with health and obesity experts for sound policy and innovation to address obesity. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Obesity Action Coalition, advises The Obesity Soc…
 
In this episode I bring you obesity and bariatric surgery research scientists, Dr. Randy Seeley. If you have been a longtime listener of the podcast then you will likely remember Dr Seeley from Episode 34 where he helped us understand the theory of Set-point for body fat mass and Episode 56 where we did a deeper dive into the biology of body weight…
 
In this episode I bring you Kelley Gunter. As you are about to hear, Kelley is many things including a woman with a history of obesity who underwent bariatric surgery, specifically Biliopancreatic Diversion with Duodenal Switch in 2002; She is also a writer and author of the autobiography, "You have such a pretty face: A Memoir of trauma, hope, and…
 
This episode is a little different because I am on the other side of the mic. Rather than asking the questions, I am answering them. Podcaster Don Moe asked me to be a guest on his podcast, Weigh In Radio. I was honored he asked and had fun chatting with him, so much so that I decided to share the episode here with you. If you are not familiar with…
 
In this episode I talk with food addiction expert Dr Vera Tarman. Dr Tarman has been working in the field of addiction medicine since 1994 and has been the director of Renascent, an addiction treatment center in Toronto, Canada since 2006. Although she works full-time in all areas of addiction, her particular passion is helping people recover from …
 
In this episode I chat with Dr Neil Floch. Dr Floch is a bariatric surgeon at Western Connecticut Health Network, now known as NuVance and is in private practice at Fairfield County Bariatrics. This episode starts with Reeger's preamble acknowledging two important anniversaries in the month of June, getting closer to our 5% patron goal (Thank you!)…
 
In this episode I speak with the wonderful Denise Ratcliffe, DClinPsych. Dr Ratcliffe is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist based in London, United Kingdom. Since 2007, she has specialized in helping people with the psychological issues that may arise before and after bariatric surgery. I invited her on the podcast because she has recently publishe…
 
In this episode I bring you my conversation with Dr Angela Fitch. Dr Fitch is medical doctor at Massachusetts General Weight Center in Boston, Massachusetts. As you are about to hear, her role is very comprehensive in that she provides obesity medicine care for pediatrics and adults seeking medical and bariatric surgery as part of […]…
 
EPISODE 100! In 2013 when I launched the Weight Loss Surgery Podcast if you had asked me how many episodes I hope to publish I may have dared to say 20. In this episode I want to take a look back over some highlights between episodes 01 and 100. To help me do this I […]由Reeger Cortell, FNP-C
 
In this episode we explore the topic of addiction. Much of the focus is on alcohol because as it pertains to bariatric surgery, that’s what been most significantly studied up to this point. However, as listeners will know, addiction comes in all forms and is certainly not limited to alcohol and drugs. To guide us […]…
 
This episode brings an important topic to the forefront of the pre- and especially post bariatric surgery journey- the phenomena of Loss of Control (LOC) eating. In order to help us understand what Loss of control eating and is not, I had the pleasure of talking with two experts in the field, clinical psychologists and […]…
 
In this episode we catch up with Leslie who had bariatric surgery, Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy specifically, in Tijuana, Mexico in May, 2018. If you have not heard our first episode together, published in June 2018, I strongly encourage you to go back and listen to episode 94, titled “Leslie Goes to Mexico.” This was a […]…
 
In this episode, I called upon my professional colleagues from around the USA to offer some tips for you. Specifically, I reached out to non-physician professionals. You know, these are the team of people you see so often when you go to your bariatric surgery practice who are usually there with you each step of […]…
 
In this episode, we catch up with our old friend, John Bukenas. This is John’s fourth time being a guest on the podcast. John is a fellow podcaster who is very open about his struggles with his weight. John and I have chatted on this podcast in 2014, 2015, and 2016. Our last conversation found […]由Reeger Cortell, FNP-C
 
In this episode, we follow the journey of Leslie, a 43 year old woman who went to Mexico for her bariatric surgery, and lucky for us, she took us with her. I have danced around the topic of medical tourism a little bit over the past five years, but I have never gone to […]由Reeger Cortell, FNP-C
 
In this episode we follow-up with Jeff Newell. For those of you new to the podcast, Jeff had Roux-en-Y-Gastric Bypass (RYGB) on 12/1/2014 after reaching a lifetime highest weight of 533 lbs (242 kg). He has been a guest on the podcast before, specifically episodes 42, 43, 49, and 55 as we have followed along […]…
 
Welcome to the Weight Loss Ssurgery Podcast where we talk about obesity and bariatric surgery one episode at a time. I’m your host, family nurse practitioner, Reeger Cortell. I recently heard the quote, “Great stories happen to people who can tell them.” I think that’s what this podcast is about, giving people the opportunity to […]…
 
In this episode I have a conversation with Dr Arya Sharma. Dr Sharma is Professor and Chair in Obesity Research and Management at the University of Alberta, Canada as well as Medical Director of the Alberta Health Services Provincial Obesity Strategy. He also led the charge in creating the Canadian Obesity Network, which since its […]…
 
In this episode, as I promised in my last episode, I bring back Dr Walter Medlin of the Bariatric Medicine Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah to talk about the bariatric surgery known generally as Duodenal Switch, but commonly called the “D.S.” Now for those of you new to the podcast, welcome, I’ve got over […]…
 
In this episode we have a special guest-host, Dr Walter Medlin. Dr Medlin takes us along with him has a experiences ObesityWeek2017. ObesityWeek is an annual conference hosted by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) and The Obesity Society (TOS). If you are not familiar with Dr Medlin, he is a bariatric […]…
 
Welcome to the WLSP where we talk about obesity and BS one episode at a time. I’m your host, family nurse practitioner, Reeger Cortell. In this episode I am going to give you the breakdown on why follow-up matters after bariatric surgery in 11 reasons. When I started crafting this episode I knew I wanted to […]…
 
In this episode I talk with fellow podcaster Mary Rogers of the “Experience 50, The Podcast.” Mary’s podcast explores life from the perspective of people in their 50’s. She asked me to be a guest on her podcast because many of her listeners have concerns about their health and if weight is one of those […]…
 
In this episode I have a conversation with Zoe Belle, author of “Queen of Crop“ which is a book version of the weekly blog she kept for the first 14 months after her bariatric surgery. After a life-long struggle with her weight and a consideration of bariatric surgery for all of one month, Zoe, who was […]…
 
In this episode I talk with Elizabeth Anderson MA, RD, LD. Elizabeth has been a Registered Dietitian for more than 16 years and has worked in community nutrition, industry, and clinical settings. She began her own counseling practice, lovingly called CrackerJack Nutrition in 2013 as a way to work exclusively with people on a bariatric surgery […]…
 
In this episode I have a conversation with Dr Samer Mattar. Dr Mattar is a bariatric surgeon and director of bariatric surgery at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, Washington. Additionally, he is the president-elect of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. In this episode Dr Mattar shares thoughts on: Why he chose to […]…
 
This episode is unique in that I follow a free-form monologue method. I had some thoughts I wanted to share with you and so I decided to simply open the mic and start talking to you. Let me know what you think. Discussed in this episode: Gratitude to my new Patreon Super Fans Happenings over […]由Reeger Cortell, FNP-C
 
In this episode I talk with Jerry Ross about his experiences with post-bariatric surgery reactive hypoglycemia. Jerry had Roux-en-Y gastric bypass in 2002 when he was in his early thirties. Although the fact that Jerry had RYGB is central to this story, gastric bypass alone is not the reason Jerry and I recorded this conversation. […]…
 
In this episode I have a conversation with Laura Van Tuyl. April, 2017 is Laura’s 14th Barisurgaversary for having Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. We talk about many aspects of her journey but some of the highlights include her thoughts of how being a very picky eater as a child contributed in part to her eating habits as […]…
 
In this episode I have a conversation with Dr Janine Kyrillos. Dr Kyrillos is Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and she is Director of Jefferson Comprehensive Weight Management Program at Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. She is also someone who herself is affected by obesity and has underg…
 
Happy New Year everyone! In this episode I bring you a podcast version of the bariatric surgery seminar I give twice monthly at Southern Oregon Bariatric Center. This version is more generic to bariatric surgery in general because my intent is not to tell you specifics about SOBC, but rather introduce you to important concepts […]…
 
In this episode I talk with Amy Swayzee who had gastric sleeve in May of 2015. We talk about her life before bariatric surgery, how she came to the realization that bariatric surgery was not cheating or the easy way, and that if she was finally going to bring her weight under control perhaps she […]由Reeger Cortell, FNP-C
 
In this episode I bring you my conversation with registered dietician, Sarah Muntel. Sarah has been a registered dietician in bariatric surgery for over 17 years. She brings a wealth of information and education to you in this episode. Covered in this episode: Sarah’s role as a registered dietician and program coordinator Pre-surgery nutrition plan…
 
In this episode I have a conversation with Dr. Walter Medlin about bariatric surgery rules. You may remember Dr. Medlin from episode 53. He is a bariatric surgeon at the Bariatric Medicine Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is also a bariatric surgery patient having had sleeve gastrectomy. During this conversation Dr Medlin and I […]…
 
What you are about to hear is the unedited version of my most popular episode to date: Episode 34, titled “Set Point, Biology, Environment & Obesity: An Interview with Dr Randy Seeley.” I first published the edited version of this conversation on August 17th 2014. Over the past two years that episode has had the […]…
 
In this episode I welcome back John Bukenas. We explore how to choose a bariatric surgery program. If you are new to the podcast, John and I have talked about his obesity and the possibility of bariatric surgery in episodes 26 and 45. Topics discussed in the episode John’s struggles and declining health First Step: […]…
 
Welcome to the weight loss surgery podcast where we talk about obesity and bariatric surgery one episode at a time. I’m your host, family nurse practitioner, Reeger Cortell. This episode is brought to you by you, my listeners. I am so touched by the love you show me, whether that is iTunes rates, sharing the […]…
 
In this episode Jeff Newell returns to the podcast to catch us up on his life since having Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass on 12/1/2014. Jeff has been on the podcast before on episodes 055, 049, 043, and 042. He is now 18 month out from his surgery and 300 pounds down from his pre-surgery weight of […]由Reeger Cortell, FNP-C
 
Presenting Your Host, Reeger Cortell, FNP Over the last 18 months or so, I, Rob Portinga, have had the pleasure of going from being a guest, to being a contributing host on the Weight Loss Surgery Podcast (WLSP). It was started by Reeger Cortel, FNP nearly three years ago now. One of the driving themes, and […]…
 
My guest today is Dr Raul Rosenthal. Dr Rosenthal works at the Cleveland Clinic Florida in Weston Florida, where he is a bariatric surgeon, chief of surgery, chief of staff, and the director of the Cleveland Clinic Florida Metabolic and Bariatric Institute. In addition to all those good works, he is also the current president of […]…
 
In this episode I bring you my conversation with Sarah Bramblette. As you are about to hear, Sarah is many things but above all she is an inspirational mix of hardwork, intelligence, grit, compassion, and determination. She is everything you would want in a loved one, a friend, a daughter, and an obesity advocate. Sarah’s […]…
 
In this episode I bring you my interviews with six different bariatric surgeons. I conducted these interviews while I was at ObesityWeek in Los Angeles, CA in November 2015. I asked each surgeon one or two of the following questions: How do you help people decide which surgery to choose? And, If you could wave […]…
 
In this episode I bring you my conversation with clinical psychologist, Connie Stapleton, PhD. Dr Stapleton has been working in the field of bariatric surgery for 11 years and as you would image, and are about to hear, she has a wealth of information and insight to share with you. Discussed in this episode: How […]…
 
In this episode, I bring you my conversation with Nikki Massie. Nikki is many things within the bariatric surgery community including a bariatric surgery patient who had Roux-enY Gastric Bypass in 2008, the creator of the ever popular website Bariatric Foodie where she encourages you to “play with your food,” a prolific blogger, a storyteller, a [……
 
In this episode I bring you my conversation with pharmacist, Scott Monte, PharmD. I met Scott at the 2015 Obesity Week conference in Los Angeles. Since 2009 Scott has worked as a pharmacist with the bariatric surgery program known Synergy Bariatrics in Buffalo, NY. After talking with him at the conference I knew I […]…
 
After a lifetime of struggling with obesity, Pandora Williams underwent Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass on October 19th, 2010. Now, five years later and through a lot of hard work and dedication, she is a fitness and wellness coach, blogger, avid runner, and motivational speaker. In this episode with interviewer Rob Portinga, Pandora tells her story […]…
 
This episode is a quick update telling you about a video I produced called “I Have a Disease; It’s Called Obesity.” The video won the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery “It Starts Now” video contest! In this episode I tell you a little bit about how I came to write the script, […]由Reeger Cortell, FNP-C
 
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