CBSI: Epicenter for Robotic Bariatric Surgery

As we begin 2018, it’s remarkable to reflect on the technological advancements achieved thus far in medicine. As technology continues to advance in all facets of our lives, so too have medical technologies become more readily available. Dr. Brown has been utilizing...

The Benefits of Bariatrics

Those that are considering bariatrics are often motivated by the capacity that surgery has to reduce the impact of their co-morbidities on their daily life. In addition to reducing the economic burdens of health care, bariatric surgery vastly improves the quality of...

Treating Type II Diabetes

After nearly a century of evidence insinuating that there is a correlation between Type II Diabetes (T2D) and gastrointestinal (GI) surgery, the Second Diabetes Surgery Summit (DSS-II) released a report, which confirms that bariatric surgery can diminish or entirely...

“Weight Loss Partners: a Winning Team”

The summer edition of Parker Adventist Hospital’s “Grow” magazine featured two of Dr. Brown’s patients who embarked on their weight loss journey together. Amber and Matthew Smith both opted for robotic bariatric surgery this past year in pursuit of a healthier life,...

CBSI Has a New Parker Adventist Hospital Location

We finally have moved our office from Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center to Parker Adventist Hospital. It has been quite a process which all began in January with me doing all robotic bariatric procedures (sleeve gastrectomy and Roux-en-Y gastric bypass) at...