I have been with Kaiser Permanente since 2007 and have been working to develop our specialty practice of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery. I am proud to say that our unit is one of the finest of its kind in the state.
We moved to Colorado from New Jersey, as my wife used to live in Colorado and always wanted to move back. I could not be happier with our move – I love this state, its breathtaking beauty, its people, and the variety of activities available for recreation.
I chose urogynecology as my specialty because I care deeply about women’s health. Problems associated with incontinence and prolapse are underreported and often a source of extreme embarrassment and shame. Women do not often receive the attention that is necessary for these pervasive, very private problems. I make it my mission to try and treat my patients with respect and work closely with them to restore function and dignity. We have a team of highly trained and skilled physicians and nursing staff. We strive to make our office an environment where our patients feel safe sharing their problems and to provide them with world-class care. I offer my patients convenience and can answer some questions by email, phone or video visit. Above all, I strive to be a compassionate, caring doctor whose reward comes from the joy I find in helping others.
I live well through exercising and spending time outdoors exploring this beautiful state. I love to cook and try new cuisines – my family tells me I am quite good, although they may be just kidding! I absolutely love going to outdoor concerts. Red Rocks is a particular favorite venue!