Noemi Sigalove, MD, FACS
“Together we accomplish what no one can achieve alone.”
Dr. Sigalove specializes in treating both benign and malignant diseases of the breast. Experienced in minimally invasive techniques, she focuses on care with compassion, and emphasizes the team approach to fighting cancer. She strives to achieve the most optimal cancer treatment with the least amount of disfigurement to the breast.
Partnering with her husband, a reconstructive surgeon, Dr. Sigalove helped advance novel surgical techniques that minimize pain, maximize recovery, and enhance the appearance of the reconstructed breast. With multiple publications, she actively lectures and continues to teach the technique of nipple sparing mastectomy with pre-pectoral reconstruction.
Dr. Sigalove held the position of Breast Program Director at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital and Health System Clinician at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. She was selected by her peers as “Top Cancer Doctor” in Chicago Magazine in 2017 and was chosen as “Top Doctor” by Castle Connolly in 2014 and 2017.
Dr. Sigalove is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and completed her surgical residency at Rush Medical Center and Cook County Hospital in Chicago. She graduated from Rush Medical College and obtained her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University.
Her love of the desert, heat and sun attracted Dr. Sigalove to Arizona, where she now lives with her twin children and husband. Dr. Sigalove’s practice philosophy is based on the premise, that in medicine, you always have the ability to “do the right thing.”
Dr. Sigalove sees patients at the Scottsdale locations. Please call for an appointment at (480) 629-8390.
“Dr. Sigalove goes through results with you, and makes sure you understand them.”
Breast problems, whether benign or malignant cause tremendous anxiety. I believe that understanding is the path to recovery and strive to help my patients choose a treatment plan that most fits their needs. No two people are the same.
— Dr. Sigalove