Dr. Aaron Spitz selected as a 2016 ‘Top Doctor’
LAGUNA HILLS, Calif. (Jan. 18, 2016) – Dr. Aaron Spitz of Orange County Urology Associates has been selected by Castle Connolly as a 2016 “Top Doctor.” Each year Castle Connolly ranks the top 1% of physicians in 65 medical specialties. He was featured in the January 2016 “Top Doctors” issue of Orange Coast magazine.
Dr. Spitz is among a very select group of physicians in Southern California to earn this prestigious distinction. Castle Connolly bases its “Top Doctor” selections on nominations submitted by other doctors, then they are reviewed by its physician-led research team.
Dr. Spitz is a graduate of the Cornell University Medical College, New York, NY. Dr. Spitz performed both his internship and residency at LA County and University of Southern California Medical Center, Los Angeles. He did his fellowship in urology at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.
Dr. Spitz was born in Miami Beach, FL. In addition to his busy general urology practice, Dr. Spitz has specific training and interest in male reproductive medicine. He is highly skilled at microsurgical vasectomy reversal. He performs both vasovasostomy and vasoepididymostomy, and he has extensive experience salvaging previously failed vasectomy reversals. Dr. Spitz performs microsurgical varicocele surgery and sperm retrieval surgery for in vitro fertility (IVF). He can treat even the most severe cases, such as Klinefelter’s syndrome, where there are no sperm.
A nationally recognized expert, Dr. Spitz performs no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy employing the most advanced minimally invasive techniques for male birth control. He is also a recognized expert on male hormone replacement and sexual dysfunction. Dr. Spitz also provides expert treatment for men suffering from low testosterone, erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease.
As the author of several peer-reviewed journal articles and chapters about treatment for male fertility, Dr. Spitz is a frequent media spokesperson on male health issues. He also is actively involved in medical politics, frequently advocating on behalf of urologists and their patients nationally. He is currently serving as president of the California Urological Association.