What is the SPATZ3 Adjustable Weight Loss System?

The Spatz3 Adjustable Balloon System is the world’s first and only adjustable gastric balloon. This non-surgical weight loss solution offers patients a higher weight loss success rate than ever before. With the highest weight loss results and highest success rates of all 8-month gastric balloons, the Spatz3 has proven to have an 84% success rate and 15% weight loss, far exceeding every non-adjustable balloon in non-comparative studies. In addition, FDA Clinical Trials show that Spatz balloon patients lost five times as much weight as those on diet alone.

Spatz Medical is committed to the patient’s journey, helping them achieve their weight loss goals, while learning to listen to body cues that ultimately contribute to long-term weight management success. The Spatz3’s proven success rate encourages and inspires those looking to start their journey to health and happiness.


SPATZ3 Adjustable Weight Loss System

How it Works

The Spatz3 Adjustable Gastric Balloon is inserted during a 15-minute non-invasive outpatient procedure. No incisions or hospitalization is required. It is a walk-in, walk-out weight loss procedure.

Why the Spatz3?

Spatz3 is the only adjustable gastric balloon on the market, helping our patients achieve more effective weight loss results. This allows patients to learn how to read their body’s signals and develop healthier eating habits that maintain weight loss after the balloon is removed.

Since Spatz3 offers the exclusive adjustability feature, our patients have achieved almost double the weight loss results and the highest success rates of all other gastric balloons.

How does the SPATZ3 work?

Dr. Brooks discusses how gastric balloons work and the various benefits you can receive from your balloon. By understanding how the balloon works, it’s easier for patients to interpret the signals that the balloon is sending. Making changes to your eating habits based on your reaction to the signals is the first step in developing healthy eating habits with Spatz3.

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