Ava Feldman, DO
Board-Certified Dermatologist
ASMS Trained Mohs Surgeon
4.7 /5
83 reviews
Survey
5.0/5
Forefront Dermatology
Very professional staff and very careful. Doctor explains everything . I was a little fearful. But, Dr. Feldman calmed me.
Survey
5.0/5
Forefront Dermatology
Always a great experience with Dr. Feldman and her staff.
Google
5.0/5
Google Forefront Dermatology
Friendly staff and an efficient process - just the way I like a visit to a dr!
Survey
5.0/5
Forefront Dermatology
Always excellent listeners and very understanding.
Survey
5.0/5
Forefront Dermatology
Love having Dr Feldman back !!! She always is so thorough !!!
Survey
4.0/5
Forefront Dermatology
I don't give evaluations about experiences at medical offices.
Survey
4.0/5
Forefront Dermatology
We prefer Dr. Feldman. She is more thorough than the doctor we had prior. My only suggestion is to keep the rooms warmer, however I understand this isn't ideal for the doctors and nurses.
Survey
5.0/5
Forefront Dermatology
The staff is friendly. My appointment was on time. Dr Feldman was thorough and took time to explain procedure to me
Survey
4.0/5
Forefront Dermatology
Felt the exam was a bit rushed but otherwise a good experience.
Survey
5.0/5
Forefront Dermatology
Dr. Feldman brings years of experience to benefit her patients. She is compassionate, makes sure her patient's understand their treatment and invites questions. I always feel relieved after my visits with her.
Education

Undergraduate Degree:

BA, University of Arizona – Tuscon, AZ

Medical School: 

DO, University of Osteopathic Health Sciences – Des Moines, IA

Dermatology Residency:

Brooke Army Medical Center – San Antonio, TX

Mohs Training:

American Society for Mohs Surgery

Certificates
American Board of Dermatology
National Board of Examiners, Osteopathic
Professional Memberships
American Society for Mohs Surgery
American Society of Lipo-Suction Surgery
American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery
Publications

“A Cutaneous Manifestation of Atrial Myxoma,” accepted for publication by the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, January, 1989.

“Cutaneous Phaeohyphomycosis in a Heart Transplant Patient Caused by a Pycnidial Forming Fungus,” abstract submitted to the American Society for Microbiology Meeting, May 1998. Miami, Florida

“Phaeohyphomycotic Cutaneous Disease Caused by Pleurophoma in a Cardiac Transplant Patient,” Journal of Infectious Disease, March 1989.