We encourage you to participate fully in your medical care. One way to do this is to protect your health by taking good care of yourself. Another is to be a well-informed patient. We believe that well-informed patients make our best patients. We believe that this participatory form of healthcare builds a partnership between the patient and doctor that best serves you, the patient. We hope you will do all you can to keep yourself well. And, we promise to do our part to help you stay well and healthy.
Dr. Fisher is board-certified in family medicine. He is a Toledo native and has practiced medicine in the community since 1980. He graduated with from Washington University in St Louis with degrees in Psychology and minor studies in Biology. His medical degree was awarded at the Medical College of Ohio (now UTMC). He completed a residency at the Toledo Hospital.
In addition to the problems encounter in family medicine, he has a special interest in anxiety and depressive disorders, nutritional mediciane, anti aging medicine, weight loss and hormone replacement therapy in both men and women.
When not in the office Dr. Fisher he enjoys biking, fishing, travel, photography, music and exercise and spending time with his children and grandchildren.
Dr. Sherman is board-certified in family medicine. He attended the University of Michigan for undergraduate and earned his medical degree from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in 1997. He completed his Family Medicine Residency in 2000 at Flower Hospital in Sylvania, Ohio. In 2003, he earned a Masters in Business Administration from The University of Toledo School of Business.
Dr. Sherman joined Sylvan Lakes Family Physicians in 2010. In addition to a full time medical practice, Dr. Sherman enjoys volunteering on local Boards and spending time with his wife (and high school sweetheart), Joanne, and their daughters, Alyssa and Megan, who are in college.
Dr. Kristin Woodard is board-certified in family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment. She graduated from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2000, before moving to Toledo where she completed her family practice residency at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center in 2003. Originally from Sandusky, she has been practicing in the Toledo area ever since. Dr Woodard and her husband Todd enjoy spending time with their two daughters, Morgan and Taylor.
Dr. Arun Mathur is a board-certified physician. Dr. Mathur completed his fellowship in sports medicine at Promedica Toledo Hospital Pirmary Care Sports Medicine Residency and his residency in family medicine at Promedica Flower Hospital. Dr. Mathur is a graduate fo University West Indies medical school, Siat Augustine, Trinidad and received his bachelors degree in Psychology from the Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. Mathur was on “Ask the Expert” which is a weekly television series on the local ABC station. He discussed many primary care issues from the whole spectrum of family medicine. He has extensive experience with Family Medicine, Orthopedic and Sports Medicine. Dr. Mathur has had experience working with sports teams such as The Toledo Mud Hens and University of Toledo’s Women’s Soccer Team. Dr. Mathur practices a specialty of Sports Medicine along with Family Medicine within the Sylvan Lakes Family Physicians group.
Dr. Mathur has worked at Case Western University Hospitals in the field of cell therapy medicine including prolotherapy, platelet rich plasma and lipoaspirate cell therapy for musculoskeletal issues. He has been using these procedures to help with arthritis, tendon and cartilage damage. He is now performing these non-surgical procedures at Sylvan Lakes.
Dr. Holly Dickman is a board-certified Osteopathic Family Physician. After completing medical school at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, she continued her education at Toledo Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Cincinnati.
Dr. Dickman joined Sylvan Lakes Family Physicians in 2016. Originally from Upper Sandusky, Dr. Dickman and her husband, Bryan, have found their home in the Toledo area. She enjoys spending time with her family. During the weekend, she volunteers at CedarCreek Church.