Thomas P. Felter, MD

Specialties:

Pain Management
Patient Rating
4.7 / 5 (Based on 132 Reviews)

Call 419-625-4900

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I completed medical school at Northeast Ohio Medical University after doing undergraduate work at Miami University. I then completed a preliminary medicine internship at Riverside Hospital in Columbus. After my internship, I completed a three-year residency in Anesthesia and a one-year fellowship in Pain Management at The Ohio State University.

Originally, I wanted to go into surgery. I ended up liking anesthesia and made that my original focus. I eventually realized that pain management was the niche I truly enjoyed for a variety of reasons. I enjoy working in an outpatient setting. When you practice anesthesia, your interaction with a patient occurs briefly before surgery and briefly afterward.

In pain management, I typically see patients in chronic, long-term pain. I like developing a lasting relationship with patients. Sometimes, results from surgical or procedural solutions to pain management can be immediate. I find helping people to gain relief from their pain to be extremely satisfying.

I am from Sandusky, so I was excited to have the opportunity to come back home. I have seen so many positive changes in this area in the last ten years. I truly believe Sandusky and the surrounding area has wonderful things going on. My wife and I wanted to be a part of that. We love the sense of community here that is often lacking in bigger cities. We also think it is a great place to raise our family and to be close to family. I’m not sure that I knew this growing up, but now I can say that this area is truly a hidden gem. We love the lake and life here on the water.

Firelands and the region it serves have provided me with a unique opportunity to build professional and personal relationships. Firelands has an impressive array of specialties, especially for a medical center of its size. I have found the staff to be very friendly and very helpful to me and to my patients. I also believe that Firelands sets up physicians to succeed by providing resources and other specialties that help one another. I am excited to establish my practice in Sandusky and Port Clinton and to help people to manage their pain more effectively.

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Gender:

Male

Status:

Active

Medical School

Northeast Ohio Medical University

Residency

Anesthesiology - The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Fellowship

Pain Management - The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Internships

Pain Management - The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Provider Review Comments

Patient Rating
4.7 / 5 (Based on 132 Reviews)
June 17, 2021
I was very impressed with my experience! Well done!!
April 16, 2021
Very good.
April 05, 2021
Excellent physician, explains things in easy to understand terminology. Did not rush through appointment, takes time to listen.
April 02, 2021
Good.
December 24, 2020
Dr Felter is very thorough and explains everything. Made me very comfortable with my condition and treatment.
November 25, 2020
*Dr. Felter listened to my concerns about pain in my lower leg. He ordered an US and it was found that I have blood clots in my leg and blood clots in my lungs very grateful!
October 21, 2020
Dr Felter takes time to explain things to you. He goes over your current treatment and alternatives to current treatment. Very informative and shows concern about your diagnosis
August 04, 2020
first visit and felt comfortable and trustworthy
July 14, 2020
Just great!!
June 10, 2020
*Dr. Felter is a very caring & knowledgeable physician.
June 04, 2020
Dr. Tom Felter is very knowledgeable and professional. He does not rush me when I am explaining my concerns and is a kind person as well.
May 19, 2020
it was great
February 28, 2020
It was a very good experience
February 04, 2020
Dr Felter is amazing and listens and make sure he answers all of you questions. he also always gives you your options for treatment and you decide together the best treatment
February 03, 2020
Care provider doesn't take time to talk to patient.
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