FORT WORTH, Texas – April 22, 2015
Dr. Arsalla Islam has always wanted to do something where she had the opportunity to change the lives of people around her and healthcare suited that desire better than any other career.
She didn’t start out to pursue a career in healthcare — she was working on a degree in engineering when she saw her older sister helping others through modern medicine and realized that was also her dream.
Her healthcare focus is on minimally invasive bariatric surgery, and in vascular and endovascular surgery. The services she offers her patients are life-changing, to say the least. With her care, patients can improve their health and overall quality of life.
Dr. Islam recently opened a new practice on Heritage Trace Parkway in the North Fort Worth/Keller/Alliance area. She is passionate about helping people in the place she calls home and holds most dear to her heart. She wants only the best for her community and its people, so she built a state-of-the-art facility to help care for them. “I especially enjoy giving back to the community, and have given seminars at local schools to teach kids how to eat healthfully and stay active,” Dr. Islam said. “I want to help them avoid the diseases many adults struggle with today due to diet and lifestyle
Dr. Islam is one of just a few female bariatric surgeons in the
patients can regain control of their weight and health.
One of her specialties is helping individuals fight and win the battle against obesity. It is a long journey for patients, but Dr. Islam provides care and service throughout the process. She takes the time to form a bond and trust with each of her patients, and her personalized approach helps patients believe in themselves, and in their caregiver.
“What’s most rewarding for me as a doctor is to see patients lose weight, get back to a normal life, and get off medication for conditions such as high blood pressure, Type 2 diabetes, and high cholesterol,” Dr. Islam said.
Patients with obesity often have vascular disease or similar vascular conditions as well.
There is a strong correlation between the two, which is why she chose to focus on both for her practice. “Overweight patients also tend to have varicose veins or venous insufficiency, and battle conditions such as diabetic vascular disease,” Dr. Islam said. “I often help patients suffering from obesity with both bariatric surgery and vascular care. If someone
comes in for vascular surgery and they are obese, I help them understand how the two are intertwined.”
If you live in the area and are suffering from these conditions, schedule a consultation with Dr. Arsalla Islam at her new facility. She would be more than pleased to assist you with your needs. Most insurance plans are accepted.
Arsalla Islam, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Vascular Patients 817-562-5905
Bariatric Patients: 940-202-7876
Main Office – Dr. Arsalla Islam Bariatric and Vascular Care
4312 Heritage Trace Pkwy, Suite 704
Fort Worth, Texas 76177
Fort Worth/Alliance Weight Loss Clinic
3100 N. Tarrant Pkwy., Ste. 100
Fort Worth, TX 76177
My Bariatric Solutions offers a specialized multi-disciplinary Bariatric Surgery team who work on an individualized basis to provide patients with the knowledge and skills needed to be successful after weight loss surgery. It has been named a Center of Excellence by the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, a Blue Distinction Center by BlueCross BlueShield., a Center of Excellence by United HealthCare OptumHealth Clinical Science Institute, and awarded as a 3 Star Quality program by Cigna. It receives a 5 Star Rating on patient surveys and surpasses the national average of excess weight loss. For more information, visit
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