Dr. Deepa Verma is double board certified in family medicine and integrative holistic medicine. She graduated magna cum laude from The College of NJ, and is a graduate of Rutgers Medical School: formerly known as Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Dr. Verma completed her family medicine residency at Somerset Medical Center, and was elected chief resident. When she is not busy raising her three boys, Dr. Verma enjoys music, the beach, healthy cooking, reading, exercising, and hopes to one day travel the world. Dr. Verma is an accomplished dancer and tennis player, and enjoys being competitive in any sport or game. She has always harbored a passion for healthy and happy living, and instills those same personal values in her patients. Dr. Verma’s philosophy and approach to optimal living resonates in how she practices medicine: ”wholistically.” Spreading the wealth means spreading the health.
In 2013, Dr. Verma founded Synergistiq Integrative Health. After years of feeling unfulfilled by treating patients traditionally, Dr. Verma decided to change course—following her passion to educate and heal each individual as a whole, rather than a fragmented and dissected collection of systems. Today, Dr. Verma is deeply committed to the importance of integrative medicine, and practices exactly what she preaches: living her life the same way that she expects her patients to. Synergistiq Integrative Health represents peace, renewal, and rebirth, as the practice was born during a challenging time in Dr. Verma’s personal life. From the beginning, Dr. Verma’s goal has been to create a practice that could give patients an opportunity for health and happiness. Dr. Verma strives to enrich the lives of everyone she meets, as she understands the frustration and angst of patients who are sick and tired of feeling tired and sick.
Dr. Verma is an author and blogger for several publications, regularly appearing on Bay News 9 to discuss current health topics. She filmed a documentary about integrative medicine for Voices in America, hosted by James Earl Jones, and is working on the pilot for Plant Based Medicine. Dr. Verma additionally serves as a medical consultant for the online publication “Greatist,” and is a key opinion leader for Pathway Genomics.