Dr. Bawa Opens New Location in Fort Walton Beach




Dr. Bawa and Associates is currently accepting new patients at their new location at 907 Mar Walt Drive, Suite 211, in Fort Walton Beach.

Offering general medicine, anti-aging medicine and wellness assessments, Dr. Nitin Bawa, board certified in internal medicine, states, "After 10 years of providing services in Destin and Santa Rosa Beach, we look forward to expanding our medical and urgent care services to the Fort Walton Beach area."

The practice’s holistic approach includes nutritional blood analysis, metabolic testing and food allergy and intolerance assessments to treat illnesses and disease, with a focus on optimal wellness. Bawa specializes in bio-identical hormone therapy and weight-loss aesthetics.

 

For more information and appointments, call 850-534-4170 or visit DrBawa.com.

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