Whitney Seltman, O.D. is a Therapeutically-certified Optometrist. She received her O.D. from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis and her B.A. from The University of Georgia. Her postgraduate training includes an externship at the Walter Reed National Memorial Medical Center and a clinical fellowship with Dr. Alan Kozarsky. Dr. Seltman joined Eye Consultants of Atlanta in 2017 and practices at the Buckhead and Brookhaven Locations.
Whitney was so nice and helpful. She explained everything she was doing and made the process as quick and easy as... possible. She’s also great to chat with during the exam. I will definitely be back, highly recommend!read more
Dr. Seltman was thorough and informative. She quickly discerned what the issue was with my eye and described the... physiological mechanism that was causing the issue. Dr. Seltman constructed a treatment plan that will address the issue. She was very personable and kept the office visit moving so my appointment went very smoothly.read more
Dr. Seltman was incredibly thorough and explained everything perfectly. The exam went smoothly and there was no wait... time to be taken in the exam room. As good an experience as you could have!read more
The office is emasculate, the receptionist was awesome and definitely a great first impression. The assistant (sorry... I’m not good with remembering names but she know who she is) was such a professional and really knew her job. Dr Seltman is so awesome and patient, thanks all you made my visit great.read more
This was my first visit with Dr Seltman. I was thankful that she could see me on a moment’s notice. I did not have a... scheduled appointment and was given one on a Friday morning. She was thorough and answered my questions. I appreciate the time and support I was given. Everyone in the office was very helpful. Thank you for taking the extra time to help me, it was gratefully appreciated and def calmed my concerns.read more
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