Nation’s First Robotic Single Incision (via Belly Button) Hernia Repair, Performed in an Outpatient Setting at K and B Surgical Center
Increased Dexterity and Visualization for Improved Results and Convenience for Patients
The Future of Surgery Is Here from K and B Surgical Center: Nation’s First Outpatient Robotic Surgery Center
Recent technological advancements in robotic surgery provide unparalleled precision, dexterity and control that enable minimally invasive single incision surgery (surgery performed through one small incision in the belly-button) to occur with many complex surgical procedures.
Dr. Phil Recommended
Calling Dr. Khalili a “world class expert” on obesity, Dr. Phil invited Dr. Khalili and Misti Gueron, Khalili Center Registered Dietitian, to speak to candidly to show guest, Pauline Potter, the new Guinness Record Holder-Largest Living Woman, about the possible deadly effects of her weight and the Khalili Center’s willingness to help her take steps to a healthier life.
Los Angeles Times
Dr. Khalili and Khalili Center patients are highlighted in an article on how weight loss surgery can aid transplant candidates and how it can even eliminate the need for the transplants altogether.
Diet and Fitness Expert, Dr. Melina Jampolis turns to Dr. Kai Nishi, a highly respected bariatric surgeon at the Khalili Center for Bariatric Care.
The Huffington Post
Dr. Khalili comments in an article about weight loss reality shows.
Healthy Magination – General Electric’s Website
Dr. Khalili is the bariatric expert used for a story on ‘More Americans Eligible for LAP-BAND Weight-Loss Surgery.’
KTTV Fox TV Channel 11
Khalili Foundation joins in the fight against Childhood Obesity with the LA Unified School District
Victoria Champion, patient of Dr. Kai Nishi, speaks about the Khalili Center and her wonderful and life changing experience with weight loss surgery. This segment was filmed on the Spanish Television Station Univision.
Los Angeles Times
Dr. Khalili comments in a Business Section article about the FDA’s Lap-Band decision to lower BMI criteria for potential patients.