I am a native of New Jersey and completed my education and medical training in both Newark, N.J. and New York City. However, my family and I recently moved to Atlanta for a fresh and exciting start in a different part of the country. I look forward to enjoying the thrill of new adventures and the challenges of a new place.
My urologic practice covers the broad range of problems from which both men and women suffer. I enjoy taking care of members by informing and educating them of their problems so they may make informed decisions about the direction of their care. I enjoy traveling to major urology conferences and meetings to stay up-to-date in the urology community so I can offer high-quality care for our members. I have presented cases and papers at the American Urological Association meetings, and I have written and published papers in internationally recognized peer-reviewed journals. The papers have included topics relevant to kidney stones and urological cancer management.I treat members with benign and cancerous disorders of the genitourinary system. This includes problems such as urinary stones, impotence and enlargement of the prostate. I also take care of members with cancers of the prostate, bladder and kidney. Voiding dysfunction in both men and women, such as stress urinary incontinence and overactive bladder, is also a component of my practice.I look forward to offering minimally invasive approaches including laparoscopic and robotic assisted surgery for some of these problems.
I try to live a well-balanced life of work and family pursuits. I enjoy quality time with my family and community the most. Planning and going on trips, whether near or far, has always been a very pleasurable experience for me. Digital photography and organizing our family pictures and videos are hobbies of mine as well.