MEET DR. FARHAN MALIK
- Double board-certified medical doctor specializing in sports
medicine, men’s sexual health, and male enhancement, also
known as penis enlargement.
- Owner and Senior Medical Director of Prometheus by Dr. Malik.
- Medical Director at Atlanta Innovative Medicine.
- An expert in regenerative medicine and nonsurgical cosmetic
- Trained under world-renowned cosmetic surgeon and male
enhancement specialist Dr. Victor Loria.
“I love the creativity and artistry required to sculpt a beautiful result, the same way a sculptor sees a statue in a slab of raw marble. Needle placement for the Prometheus procedures is a process of science and art—a talent and gift that ultimately benefits my patients and their partners.”DR. FARHAN MALIK
MALE ENHANCEMENT SPECIALIZATION
Dr. Malik’s regenerative medicine training encourages him to look for solutions—not short-term fixes—for his patients’ concerns. He noticed the demand for penis enlargement and enhancement was increasing every year, but men were frustrated with either risky surgical options or unproven at-home treatments. Dr. Malik believes everyone deserves choices that contribute to their overall feeling of well-being, and this led him to search for a better male enhancement augmentation treatment.
After training with industry-leading male enhancement specialist Dr. Victor Loria, DO, and learning his groundbreaking nonsurgical collagen-layering activation filler process, Dr. Malik was impressed with the procedure’s potential to maximize men’s sexual confidence. He further refined his technique by training countless hours with other renowned doctors like Dr. David Dellinger of Austin, Texas. With this new procedure now perfected, Dr. Malik knew he could provide the highest quality care for men’s penis enlargement.
Now Dr. Malik performs the Prometheus procedures alongside his highly-specialized team in their state-of-the-art facility, which they share with his other practice Atlanta Innovative Medicine.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Dr. Malik earned his BS degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Kansas, and his medical degree from Saba University School of Medicine.
He was the first resident selected for the new St. Francis Family Medicine residency program affiliated with the Virginia Commonwealth University. During his residency, he developed a detailed plan for a sports medicine fellowship, which became a blueprint for the creation of the St. Francis Sports Medicine fellowship. Dr. Malik’s post-graduate training continued at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a sports medicine fellowship. While there, he published a critical and widely referenced statement on steroid use for the Nevada boxing commission.
As an attending physician, Dr. Malik established a sports medicine department at Graves-Gilbert Clinic, a multi-specialty physician clinic in Kentucky. He then went on to establish a sports medicine program with a prominent orthopedic surgeon in Atlanta.
Dr. Malik joined Atlanta Innovative Medicine (AIM) as its medical director in 2005. AIM is Atlanta’s leading regenerative and aesthetics medicine practice, providing cutting-edge, nonsurgical orthopedic care.
“Medicine, for me, has always been a calling and a privilege. There is no greater calling than to help people feel and look incredible.”DR. FARHAN MALIK
Dr. Malik believes in personalized care for each patient because male enhancement isn’t one-size-fits-all. He supports his patients with a comprehensive approach to their treatment, helping them feel at ease from consultation to follow-up, and living their best lives with more confidence than ever!
Outside of work, Dr. Malik’s interests revolve around family, community service, and sports. Dr. Malik provides volunteer medical care at a local low-income clinic. He has also been a ringside physician since 2005 for multiple sporting event promotions including UFC, LFA, and WBO. He competed as a kickboxer at the 2014 WKA national championships. He spends most of his free time with his family including his wife Azra, who is a doctor of pharmacy, and their three children.