New Family Physician Starting in Mt Pleasant! Adults, Families, College Students and Children Frustrated with ADHD Diagnosis, Treatment & Follow Up

Dr. Feller has joined our group and is eager to meet you. He has an incredible personality, funny, energetic and committed to treating children, adults and families with ADHD. An MUSC Alum, Dr. Feller has spent his entire career in Mt. Pleasant and could not be more excited than to truly specialize in ADHD.

Dr. Mitchell Feller is Board Certified in Family Medicine. He earned his MD from the University of Pennsylvania and completed his Family Practice residency at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He left private practice to specialize in ADHD at Focus-MD. He and several of his family members are affected by ADHD. As a result, he has considerable experience in the many facets of the disorder.

In addition to patient care, he is active in clinical research and holds two US Patents for medical devices. He has published in the areas of medical economics, the Doctor-Patient interaction, and particle physics.

Mitch is married, with two daughters and two step-daughters. He enjoys surfing, creative writing, reading at the beach, and live concerts.

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3 responses to “New Family Physician Starting in Mt Pleasant! Adults, Families, College Students and Children Frustrated with ADHD Diagnosis, Treatment & Follow Up

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