What’s my BMI?

What’s my BMI?2022-03-16T10:34:49+11:00

BMI is not relevant if you are under 18 years or pregnant.

Your BMI is

Answer the questions below and we can contact you to discuss your treatment options

Tell us about any other health issues

If you do not meet the BMI or weight criteria, you still may be considered for surgery if your BMI is over 30 and you are suffering serious health problems related to obesity.

Do you have either of these serious health concerns?

Have you experienced any of the following Health Risks Associated with Obesity?

BMI is not the only criteria

Something here about lifestlye or how long you’ve been trying to lose weight and what you’ve tried.

Tell us if you any of these apply to you

What is your outlook on weightloss?

Readiness to begin your wieghtloss journey is important.

How committed are you to your weightloss journey?

Fill in your details to to have these results sent to you.

If you choose we can share information about your health, medical history and lifestyle with our team who will determine whether you are a candidate for weightloss surgery.


Are you eligible for weight loss surgery?

One of the key criteria for being a bariatric patient is your BMI (Body Mass Index).

Surgery for obesity is considered an appropriate choice for patients:

  • With a BMI greater than 40
  • With a BMI greater than 35 and one or more obesity-related illness
  • Who have tried non-operative weight loss solutions without long-term success

In certain circumstances, patients with lower BMI may be candidates.

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about BMI

Body fat is hard to measure directly. So it is often measured by body mass index (BMI). BMI measures weight related to height. It is a common way to measure body fat and is one tool healthcare providers use when talking about weight.

BMI is not a percentage of body fat. BMI is only part of a diagnosis of obesity. Ask your healthcare provider for other ways of determining obesity.


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