Dr. Mark Holterman is a pediatric surgeon and professor in Peoria, Illinois. Since 2011, he has worked as a professor at the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine. In addition to his teaching skills, he is also a pediatric surgeon at the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital as well as the Children’s Hospital of Illinois. He currently holds several different memberships within the community that include but are not limited to American College of Surgeons and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Along with his profession in surgery, he also specializes in regenerative medicine, stem cell therapies, obesity and cancer treatments. He has worked with many patients who are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease as well as Alzheimer’s (http://markjholterman.strikingly.com/). His research and studies show the relevance of utilizing patient-generated stem cells to enhance the body’s natural healing process. For nearly 30 years Dr. Holterman has been practicing medicine and continues to make advancements towards future treatments and solutions in the industries he’s active in.
After high school, Dr. Holterman was accepted into Yale University where he received his bachelor’s degree in biology in addition to graduating cum laude (Vitals.com). After graduation, he attended the University of Virginia where he earned his Ph.D. and MD. He went on to complete his residency in general surgery through the University of Virginia Health Sciences. He continued his practice in pediatric surgery at the Children’s Hospital and Medical Center at the University of Washington. He also has experience working as the surgeon-in-chief at the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital. Dr. Holterman is a board-certified physician with many years of experience. Dr. Mark Holterman practice accepts all types of insurance as well as many different types of languages such as Tagalog, Arabic, Spanish, Russian and Polish. His expertise and drive to help others have made him a very valuable asset to the community.