Weight Loss & Wellness Center – New Jersey Medical Weight Loss Services
Medical Weight Loss Solutions from Award-Winning Doctor, Surgeon and Diabetes Specialist Dr. Majid
Affiliations and Associations
American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Involvement
Doctor Saniea F. Majid, M.D., FACS, FASMBS, is a licensed and board-certified surgical and non-surgical weight loss expert with more than 10 years of experience treating patients in the New Jersey area. She is proud to serve on the Board of Directors for the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) Foundation, as well as acting as the President of the New Jersey chapter of the ASMBS.
Weight loss & diabetes patient who underwent a laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy
Why Choose Us
We are committed to helping our patients achieve lasting results by focusing on the following four things.
Assistance: You’ll have experts helping you fight obesity, and the associated medical problems, every step of the way.
Attention: Your needs will always come first. Our team provides the personal attention you deserve to support you throughout your journey.
Education: We believe in educating and empowering you with all the knowledge you need to transform your mind, body, and life through weight loss.
Treatment: You can rest assured that Dr. Majid and her team have the best in educational tools, counselling, and statement of the art technology – such as endoscopic and surgical solutions – to help you succeed.
The Link Between Obesity & Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
There are many health risks associated with obesity, one of which is Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, commonly abbreviated to NAFLD. This disease can go undetected for years but can lead to devastating consequences for the body. Learn more about this disease, and what you can do if you’re diagnosed, here.
The Connection Between Obesity and Chronic Pain
There has been a longstanding correlation between obesity and the use of prescription opioids. The CDC defines prescription opioids as medications that are used to treat moderate to severe pain. What causes this link between obese individuals and their use of medication?