Linda Anegawa, MD
Dr. Linda Anegawa joined the Hawaii Pacific Health 360° Weight Management Center team in 2017. Board certified in both internal and obesity medicines, Anegawa received her Doctor of Medicine from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and completed her residency in internal medicine at Stanford University.
Anegawa enjoys educating her patients on the lifestyle changes necessary to achieve their goals and maintain lifelong wellness. Whether a patient may design bariatric surgery or non-surgical options, she provides personalized and compassionate care through a weight-focused, holistic standpoint.
Anegawa is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and a member of the Hawaii Bariatric Society, The Obesity Society, Obesity Medicine Association and Hawaii Medical Association. She also helps educate the next generation of doctors at the University of Hawaii’s John A. Burns School of Medicine, where she developed one of the nation’s first courses in obesity medicine.
Recent Articles by Dr. Linda Anegawa
Summer’s longer days full of sunshine provide the perfect opportunity to start many healthy habits. read more
Here’s what you can do to keep your body as strong as possible as long as possible. read more
No matter what time of year, resolutions can help keep you focused on continually improving your health and lifestyle. read more
As the decorations go up, our good intentions to eat right and work out often go out the window. This year, stay on track with these tips! read more
Here's a not-so-sweet fact: All sugars – even ones found in natural products like fruit – can be harmful if consumed in excess. read more
Ideas to maximize fun while minimizing health issues caused by too much sugar. read more
Tactics to decline food offers without putting your foot in your mouth. read more
How this medical condition affects your weight-loss efforts. (Surprise, sugar plays a big role!) read more
Local population at an elevated risk for health issues associated with a high body mass index. read more
When it comes to treating knee pain for osteoarthritis, there’s no better medicine than reaching a healthy weight. read more
How too little sleep and weight gain are related. read more