NAILA MALIK MD
Board-Certified: American Board of Family Medicine- ABFM
Fellow: American Academy of Family Physicians- AAFP
American Academy of Anti Aging and Regenerative Medicine- A4M
Residency: Anesthesiology, Tampa General Hospital, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL (one year)
Residency: With Honors, Family Medicine, Grant Medical Center, Columbus, OH (Three years)
MBBS(MD): With Honors, Fatima Jinnah Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan
- American Academy of Anti Aging and Regenerative Medicine- A4M
- American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery- ASLMS
- American Board of Family Medicine- ABFM
- Liquid Face Lift Association
Dr. Malik is an honors graduate from medical school and the family medicine residency program. Dr. Malik is regularly featured in the media, including television, print media and the Internet. She’s been a health and beauty consultant and expert for D: The Broadcast TV, CW33, Good Morning Texas and NBC News. Dr. Malik and her medical skincare line have also been featured in many national magazines and publications including the Huffington post, More magazine, Elle, Woman’s World, LA times and many more
“I’ve always liked the idea of helping people in some meaningful way and have known that I wanted to be a doctor since the age of five. After more than two decades as a physician, I am more passionate about it than ever. For me, medicine isn’t a job; it’s a way of life that requires compassion, a sense of purpose and real dedication and focus. I feel fortunate that these aspects are deeply ingrained in who I am.
I love what I do and take pride in doing it well. This is the reason for my uniquely proactive and individualized approach. I care about you and pursue your needs with empathy, understanding and enthusiasm. This is why — and how — I focus on helping you look and feel your best through medical weight loss, effective acne solutions and cosmetic skin care.
As a family physician, I know that lifestyle changes are central not only to optimal health but also to weight management, beautiful skin and feeling great about ourselves. Likewise, appearance and weight need to be considered in a systemic-health context, looking at each individual’s physiology, life and needs from both a personal and medical perspective. My approach and dedication may be unique, but I know that they’re why my patients love the positive changes I’m able to help them make in their lives.”
– Naila Malik MD