Alegent Creighton Clinic
Pradeep Pallati, M.B.B.S., joined Alegent Creighton Clinic as a general surgeon in the Department of Surgery. He also serves as an instructor of surgery at Creighton University School of Medicine.His clinical interests include advanced minimally invasive surgical techniques, robotics and bariatric surgery.
Dr. Pallati earned his bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery degree in 2001 at Osmania Medical College, NTR University of Health Sciences in Hyderabad, India. He completed surgery residencies at All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, India in 2005 and Creighton University Medical Center in 2011. He also completed a Minimally Invasive Surgery fellowship at the Center for Advanced Surgical Techniques at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
He is a member of the American College of Surgeons; Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons; and American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. He is a reviewer of the international journals, Hernia and Surgery for Obesity and related diseases.
Dr. Pallati has co-authored several peer-reviewed articles on gastrointestinal and endoscopic surgical techniques. He also is actively involved in research projects related to laparoscopic hernia repair and bariatric surgery. His hobbies include photography, travel and spending time with his wife and two children.
Minimally Invasive Surgery
General Surgery Information
Dr. Pallati performs sleeve gastrectomy, adjustable gastric banding (Lap Band®), and Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgeries.
The Roux-en-Y procedure involves creating a stomach pouch out of a small portion of the stomach and attaching it directly to the small intestine, bypassing a large part of the stomach and duodenum. Not only is the stomach pouch too small to hold large amounts of food, but by skipping the duodenum, fat absorption is substantially reduced.
A Gastric Band procedure is a purely restrictive surgical procedure in which a band is placed around the upper most past of the stomach. This band divides the stomach into two portions, one small and one large portion. Because food is regulated, most patients feel full faster. Food digestion occurs through the normal digestive and absorption process.