If you're interested in reshaping your face or body without surgery, you should inquire about Non-Invasive Body ContouringRequest a Consultation
William H. E. Romero, MD, MS, CNS completed his residency training at the New York Medical College and went into private practice in 1988. He was drawn to the treatment of obesity as a specialty and became Board Certified in 1990 by the American Board of Bariatric Medicine. He is one of the few diet doctors (about 300) honored with a Diplomate of the American Board of Bariatric Medicine. Dr. Romero is the only board-certified bariatrician on Long Island. He is also a member of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians.
Very few can be called physician-nutritionists. Dr. Romero is a Board Certified Nutrition Specialist. The title CNS, which stands for Certified Nutrition Specialist, is granted by the Certification Board for Nutrition Specialists only to those showing proficiency in nutrition through hundreds of hours of training and a comprehensive examination.
Dr. Romero tries very hard to keep abreast of the latest research in obesity, nutrition, behavioral modification and pharmacotherapeutics. Having helped thousands of patients lose weight, he understands the various factors that can lead one to gain excessive weight as to compromise health. Compassion and guidance is his style, not blame and neglect. It is not enough to tell the patient to simply eat less, for if it were that simple, we would not see scientists, doctors, lawyers, nutritionists and other educated people with obesity.
In his quest to be complete physician, Dr Romero traveled to Chengdu, China to train in Acupuncture at a hospital totally dedicated to the practice of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). He is certified in the State of New York to practice acupuncture.
Dr Romero, realizing the importance of hypnosis in changing the eating habits of his patients, has trained in medical hypnotherapy. He has unceasingly searched for the limits of science to help and understand his patients.
Obesity is a complex condition, and as such, needs a dedicated physician. Dr. Romero's credentials include: Diplomate, American Board of Bariatric Medicine (ABBM)Board Certified, Certification Board for Nutrition Specialists (CBNS)Member, American Society for Bariatric Physicians (ASBP)Member, American College of Nutrition (ACN)