Dr. Gluzman is a New York State licensed pediatrician, who utilizes a holistic approach to children’s wellness and illness. Dr. Gluzman received her medical degree from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed a pediatric residency at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune, NJ.
Her clinical experience includes working in pediatric emergency and intensive care medicine, in-patient, and out-patient pediatric medicine, neonatal intensive care medicine, newborn and delivery room medicine, and holistic and integrative pediatric private practice.
She is the founder of “Bright Illusion Thinking,” an educational company that composes medical writing and content for pediatric board exam preparation material. She proudly serves as Clinical Preceptor, providing education, guidance, and offering a hands-on learning experience for medical students and resident physicians.
Dr. Nelli Gluzman founded Blossom Pediatrics in NY to work closely with families of children suffering from common chronic ailments whose needs have not been fully met by mainstream medicine, and are seeking a life that is free of medications, emergency treatments, and doctor visits.
She utilizes an integrative, functional, and holistic approach to medicine that incorporates personalized, easy-to-follow treatment plans that address the individual needs of each patient. Her life’s work is dedicated to helping children find relief from chronic asthma, allergies, eczema, or digestion issues so that they can live happier, healthier, and more fulfilled lives.
Dr. Gluzman is devoted to strengthening the community and broadening public knowledge of health through broadcasting vehicles and speaking engagements, having utilized radio appearances, university lectures, and community engagements, lectures. Dr. Gluzman delivers high-quality information in a personable and approachable way, having earned the title “Doctor Mom.”
License and Certification
Awards and Accomplishments
Research and Publications
Sub-Investigator, Jersey Shore University Medical Center (June 2012 – June 2014)
Research Assistant, Pace University, Department of Chemistry (January 2005 – May 2006)
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