Meet Bryan C. Schultz, M.D.

Dr. Schultz specializes in all diseases and surgery of the skin. He wrote a skin surgery book with a Northwestern University plastic surgeon in 1985, and also works closely with a plastic surgeon at his office for patient convenience.

Dr. Schultz is Board certified with the American Board of Dermatology; and is a Diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners. Dr. Schultz is a member of the American Medical Association, a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, and a Fellow of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. He also belongs to the Chicago Dermatological Society, the Chicago Medical Society, the Illinois Dermatological Society, and the Illinois State Medical Society.

Since 1983, Dr. Schultz has operated the sunburn/ultraviolet meter for the Chicagoland area, and has provided daily sunburn times from April through October to WGN-TV/Chicago Tribune (Tom Skilling’s Weather Page) for over 30 years.

Dr. Schultz has been practicing as a Dermatologist in Oak Park since 1979. In 2015 his practice merged with Clear Skin Dermatology, and he continues to see patients three days a week in our Oak Park location.

Dr. Schultz on…

  • Education/Patient Care
    “Excellent teachers at three universities and several hospitals were the foundation for my medical education. They taught compassion and care delivered through a disciplined and dedicated mastery of the knowledge and skills necessary to practice good medicine. Using these skills to help patients is by far the most rewarding part of dermatology.”
  • Teaching
    “Teaching is just a natural extension of such an academically rigorous profession as medicine. The mental stimulation from interacting with medical students, residents, and other attending physicians is irreplaceable.”
  • Research & Writing
    “There is nothing we do in medicine that could not be done better. Looking for new treatments or diagnostic techniques is not only necessary, but exhilarating.”

Education:

  • Medical School:
    Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, 1974
  • Residency Training:
    Northwestern University Medical Center, including Children’s Memorial Hospital, 1976 – 1979
  • Specialized Training:
    Skin Surgery, including Laser Surgery (with a special interest in skin cancer and prevention)

Key Professional Achievements and Awards:

  • Scholarship award from the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery during Northwestern University residency
  • Author of many scientific journal articles, chapters in dermatology texts, and co-author of a skin surgery text
  • Inventor of surgical instrument for treatment of difficult skin cancers, 1979