Thomas Marlowe, M.D
As a child, Dr. Marlowe wore “husky” jeans which were still too tight. Dr. Marlowe continued to gain weight until his wake-up call in medical school. His friend said, “I would never see you as a doctor, because you’re fat. I don’t need a hypocrite telling me how to be healthy.” Dr. Marlowe began his own weight loss journey.
Thomas Marlowe, M.D., moved to Charlotte, N.C. to open the Weight Loss Institute where he practices bariatric medicine. Dr. Marlowe graduated cum laude in 1995 from the Ivy League’s Dartmouth college and in 1999 from the Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Marlowe completed his internship at the University of Massachusetts and his residency in Family Medicine at Indiana University.
Dr. Marlowe is a well-respected member of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians, the American Association of Family Physicians, and the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians.
Thomas Marlowe M.D. is ranked in the top 10% in his board certification with the American Board of Family Medicine. He practices only Bariatric Medicine at the Weight Loss Institute.
Dr. Marlowe says, “When I eat right and exercise, I feel better and look younger.”
(Don’t let him know we told you: he turns 40 in January.)
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