Take the next step. Contact a vBloc patient representative today!
vBloc® Therapy works to control sensations of hunger using a pacemaker-like device your doctor is able to implant during a minimally invasive procedure. This device empowers you to eat less, make healthier choices and lose weight, without the lifestyle implications of traditional weight loss surgeries.
You’ve been searching for options. Finally, all the boxes are checked.
|A weight loss option that allows you to eat the same kinds of food as friends and family|
|A safe alternative that provides meaningful weight loss|
|Helps you feel full and more satisfied with smaller portions|
That hunger doesn't control me anymore.
You’ve been researching options.
Now see how vBloc compares to traditional weight loss surgeries.
vBloc is the safest implanted device for weight loss. 3.7% device, implant/revision procedure or therapy related Serious Adverse Events included neuroregulator malfunction, pain at the neuroregulator site, vomiting, collapsed lung and gallbladder disease.
Experienced reimbursement case managers help you navigate the complex process of applying for insurance coverage with new technologies. Our team will assist in prior authorization and appealing any denials of coverage to maximize your likelihood of insurance coverage and access to care.
Call a vBloc patient representative today to schedule an appointment.
Have tried to lose weight by diet and exercise in a supervised program within the last 5 years
Are at least 18 years of age
Have a BMI of 35 to 39.9 with a health-related condition such as: Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, high cholesterol
BMI of 40 to 45
Do not have the system implanted if you: have cirrhosis (a disease of the liver), portal hypertension (high blood pressure in the veins of the liver), esophageal varices (enlarged veins at the lower end of the tube between the mouth and the stomach) or a significant hiatal hernia (a condition where part of the stomach pushes up or through the diaphragm where the tube between the mouth and the stomach passes through to connect to the stomach); need magnetic resonance imaging (a type of medical imaging that uses strong magnets and pulses of radio waves) or diathermy (a type of medical procedure that heats and destroys tissue); are at high risk for surgical complications; or have an implanted electronic medical device.