Kudos ~ Deborah M. Feltman

Deborah M. Feltman, M.D.

Deborah M. Feltman, M.D., has joined the staff at North Suburban Wellness, specializing in integrative womens health. With 30 years of experience, she is a board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist whose passion lies in helping women through life’s many transitions. Feltman is known for her compassion and sincerity in listening to patients and learning about their lives to provide individualized care.

        After medical school and a residency at Northwestern, Feltman completed a pelvic surgery fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. She is also a certified yoga teacher and certified in ayurvedic medicine. Feltman draws from her diverse experience to provide a balanced, blended and personalized treatment plan for each patient.

Location: 1732 1st St., Highland Park. For appointments, call 847-266-8000. For more information, visit NSWellness.com.


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