Surgical Team and Staff

Dr. Jacqueline Osuna works with dedicated health professionals who love helping people. She is a board-certified bariatric and metabolic surgeon who has been in practice since 2007. With her dedicated surgical team, she has completed over 5,000 bariatric surgeries and maintains strong success in surgical outcomes, with a complication rate just above zero percent.


Procedures Offered by Dr. Osuna’s Surgical Team

Gastric Sleeve Surgery – Dr. Osuna performs gastric sleeve surgery laparoscopically. Gastric sleeve, otherwise known as vertical sleeve gastrectomy, is an extremely popular restrictive weight loss surgery. The gastric sleeve provides high expected weight loss (averaging roughly 60 to 70% of excess weight in two years), low complications, and low risks.

Gastric Bypass Surgery – Dr. Osuna performs gastric bypass surgery laparoscopically. Gastric bypass, also known as the RNY gastric bypass, is a weight loss surgery that combines restrictive and malabsorptive techniques. Gastric bypass surgery is a very popular surgery in the United States. Gastric bypass has very high expected weight loss (average of 61.6 percent of excess weight is lost) and has been shown to:

  • Resolve 83.7 percent of type 2 diabetes Cases.
  • Resolves 75.4 percent of hypertension cases are resolved, while 87.1 percent are resolved or improved.

Duodenal Switch Surgery – Dr. Osuna is among the few surgeons in Mexico who have experience with and offer the duodenal switch procedure. The procedure is done laparoscopically and involves removing a portion of the stomach and rerouting the small intestines. This is a popular choice for those looking to lose significant weight as DS patients typically lose over 7o% of their excess weight in the first 12 months.

  • Resolves over 95% of type 2 diabetes Cases.
  • Resolves over 88% of obstructive sleep apnea cases

Gastric Banding Surgery – Dr. Osuna performs gastric banding surgery laparoscopically. Gastric banding, also known as Lap-Band, is a purely restrictive weight loss surgery. Even though Dr. Osuna performs this surgery, he strongly advises against it. A recent study suggests that as much as 1/3 of lap-band procedures will be revised:

  • Port-site complications, including pain, port displacement, and leak, arose in about 7% of patients. The mean explantation or major revision rate by 9 years was 33% (source).

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