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  • Address : 901 West Main Street #103, Freehold, NJ 07728
  • Phone Number: +1 732-414-2707
  • Email: info@primesurgicare.com
  • Subpremise: 103
  • Street Number: 901
  • Route: West Main Street
  • Postal Code: 07728
  • Locality: Freehold
  • State: New Jersey (NJ)
  • Country: United States
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  • Monday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
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  • 5 out of 5 Rating

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    I had the Gastric Sleeve surgery on May 27, 2015. I was in the hospital one night and I was up and about soon after I was out of recovery. Dr. Sean, Gina and the entire office team (Joan, Jessica and Lori) truly know what they are doing. From day one it was a seamless process; they were all very knowledgeable and helpful. They say it starts from the top; well that is true in this case; Dr. Sean is the top and his staff follows him; they are true professionals. The surgery was flawless, I had no pain and was very fortunate not to have any gas pain. Dr. Sean had everything down to a science for you to have the best possible experience. The nurses of CentraState Hospital were excellent and you can see they too work as a team with Dr. Sean. Both Dr. Sean and Gina spent a lot of time talking with me in the hospital, which was a blessing, since this surgery is life changing. They answered all my questions and I felt confident I made the right decision. I am doing well and I would like to thank Dr. Sean and his team for a job well done!!!!!!


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    One week out, Gastric sleeve. I feel good, I have lost 15 pounds so far. My recovery has been easy and I only had one night hospital stay. Dr. Seun's & Lori are amazing! Both are so supportive and I would not recommend anyone else but them! I feel comfortable with Dr. Seun and I do not hesitate to ask him any questions I may have. I know with Dr. Seun's and Lori's help I will be able to lose my goal weight! 5 STARS!


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    I just want to say that this experience was awesome. I received all the information about the procedure I was going to have, the support from the medical staff and the assurance that I would be taken care of with the utmost respect and care. First I would recommend the gastric sleeve to all who are battle with the disease of obesity. Then I would highly recommend Dr. Sowemimo and his staff to do the procedure. Although I was somewhat apprehensive to go through with this, I was given assurance and confidence that if I followed the directions, I would find success. My pain was minimal and my recovery was quick. And so far the results are phenomenal. Within the first 2 weeks I lost 15 pounds and I am so excited to see how far I can go. I must say this is one of the best decisions that I have made in my life. Also the staff at Centra State Hospital were excellent and I am very pleased with the service and care. Thank You Dr. Sowemimo for helping me through this process!"


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

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    When I went for my consultation with Dr. Seun Sowemimo (who was highly recommended to me by a fellow surgeon) he was so knowledgeable and we discussed all my options. When I left that day I knew he was the only surgeon I would want to perform my gastric sleeve. The morning of the surgery while I was waiting in pre-op, Dr. Seun came in to finalize everything and found me nervous and teary eyed, he patted me on the shoulder and told me not to worry everything would be fine. He was right! I am now 3 months post-op and down 60 lbs. I feel wonderful! If you are thinking about surgery I recommend you look no further then Dr. Seun Sowemimo he is the best in my opinion and his staff at Central Jersey Bariatrics is wonderful.


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

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    Update 2/3/15 -- I am now 8 months out of surgery and have taken off around 70 pounds (I even managed to lose a few pounds between Thanksgiving and New Years) and have gone from morbidly obese to obese with plain overweight coming up (hopefully) before my one year anniversary (Rome wasn't built in a day). I am now wearing the smallest jeans/slacks that I had in storage, meaning I will soon actually have to go a store and buy clothes soon. I now swim in XL shirts that were tight on me. I feel better and find I have more strength which allows me to exercise more (where before I could only keep a 3 to 3.5 MPH pace on a treadmill I can now easily do 4MPH with the occasional jump up to 6). My primary care doctor is hoping to wean me off my cholesterol and high blood pressure drugs soon (or at least lower the dosage). I find that I can eat almost all the different types of food I want, but have found that for practical purposes, since I have such a small stomach, it is best for me to stick to a high protein diet. That is not to say I don't indulge, but when I do I am forced to eat less (for example, while in the past I may have 2 or 3 slices of pizza at my niece's birthday party I could only have one and then I was full). As I discovered during the holidays, where I ate much more evil foods that I had been eating, the surgery itself is not the complete answer. If you don't eat properly and exercise it is easy to sabotage yourself. Support groups, whether live at the hospital or online, are also very important. It is also different not really wanting to go out to eat anymore to celebrate an event, something I always did. I feel I almost free from this food curse, not that I expect that it will ever completely go away, but that this surgery has helped me kick it out from the center of my life. Finally, while some lose weight faster than others, don't worry about it. As long as the scale numbers keep going down I'm happy (and once the holidays ended I went back to my 1.5-2 pounds weight loss per week I had been averaging). 6/13/14 -- Original post: "I had my surgery 9 days ago (6/4). So far, so good. Surgery went OK. Pain was as expected. I weighed 291.2 on the day of surgery and have lost about 10-15 pounds so far (scale is a little off). This is my first week post-op so it is hard to evaluate aftercare. Things went pretty much as expected before the surgery. I knew of the risks. A lot of the information he told me is available online, including his site. Most of the information on the internet is pretty good. I was able to walk around the hospital right after surgery and have kept that up as that is pretty much the only exercise I am allowed to do. The first 48-72 hours were the hardest as my stomach didn't want to hear from me and I fought myself to get enough protein in. Once all the drugs wore off and my throat healed (6/7) I was able to more or less get back to normal. No real hunger pains, though I find a glass of water in between meals helps. I've noticed that some of my tight t-shirts fit me better already. I was also able to restart work after 5 days (including the weekend) but I have a desk job and can work from home. The biggest challenge so far is missing food as my comfort/security blanket. The "cleanse," for a lack of a better phrase, of the first week's diet really does force you to change your eating habits. At this point I am sick of gelatin and chicken broth. The taste of chocolate soy milk after the first week was like sweet manna from heaven. Strained cream of tomato soup never tasted so good."