Dr. John Selle, DO - San Francisco, CA - Internal Medicine
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Dr. John Selle, DO

Internal Medicine

(415) 379-6100

Richard M Gerber Inc

2250 Hayes St Ste 206 San Francisco , CA 94117

Get to Know Dr. John Selle, DO

Accepting Patients



18 Years

Care Philosophy

I am a doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.) who uses a balanced, integrative, and holistic approach to health and healing. I explore non-pharmaceutical options whenever possible and seek to create a dialogue with patients to better understand their health concerns. By working with patients as a team, we together craft a personalized plan aimed at optimizing health. The office utilizes an electronic health record (EHR) and a website featuring a personal health record (PHR) and secure e-mail to maximize communication with both patients and caregivers. We make every attempt to schedule same day, urgent appointments whenever possible. I also utilize a handful of osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) techniques for selective musculoskeletal conditions.


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Dr. John Selle, DO's Experience

Internal Medicine

Board Certifications

Procedures Performed

Conditions Treated

Awards and Recognitions

Dr. John Selle, DO's Locations

Accepting New Patients


Richard M Gerber Inc

2250 Hayes St Ste 206, San Francisco, CA 94117

(415) 379-6100 Fax: (415) 379-6200
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