Aaron Spitz, M.D.
Medical School: Cornell University Medical College, New York, NY
Board-Certified: American Board of Urology
Internship: LA County and University of Southern California Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
Residency: LA County and University of Southern California Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
Fellowship: Baylor College of Medicine, Scott Department of Urology, Houston, TX
Member: American Association of Clinical Urologists, American Medical Association, American Society for Reproductive Medicine, American Urological Association, The Society for Male Reproduction and Urology, Society for the Study of Male Reproduction, Pacific Coast Reproductive Society
About Dr. Spitz
Dr. Spitz has been practicing urology for over 21 years. He has specialized expertise in male reproductive medicine and male sexual health. Dr. Spitz performs a comprehensive evaluation and offers the full spectrum of surgical and nonsurgical treatments for male infertility. He performs microsurgical varicocele surgery and sperm retrieval surgery for in vitro fertility. He offers testis microdissection to treat the most severe cases where no sperm is present in the semen, such as Klinefelter syndrome. He is highly skilled at microsurgical vasectomy reversal. He performs both vasovasostomy and vasoepididymostomy, and he has extensive experience salvaging previously failed vasectomy reversal.
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. And he provides expert treatment for men suffering from low testosterone and erectile dysfunction.
Dr. Spitz is a leader in the nonsurgical treatment of Peyronie’s disease (curved penis) having participated in the international clinical trial for the approval of Xiaflex®, and recently serving as the national spokesperson for the “Ask About the Curve” campaign.
Dr. Spitz is author of The Penis Book: A Doctor’s Complete Guide to the Penis – From Size to Function and Everything in Between. The book has been translated to six languages and is available in audiobook format, with Dr. Spitz providing the narration. The book, published by Rodale Press, achieved top rank on Amazon in Male Impotence.
Dr. Spitz has also authored several peer-reviewed journal articles and chapters regarding treatment for male fertility. He is a frequent media spokesperson on male health issues.
In 2018, Dr. Spitz was featured in the acclaimed documentary The Game Changers, which premiered in more than 1,000 theaters worldwide. The film – produced by legends such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, director James Cameron (Terminator, Titanic, Avatar), and Jackie Chan – sheds light on the game-changing effects of a plant-based diet in elite sports. To help dispel the myth that consumption of animal products is key for athletic performance, the film follows elite athletes that have thrived on a plant-based diet. Dr. Spitz explores the link between a plant-based diet and improved sexual performance.
Dr. Spitz has been very involved in medical politics at both state and national levels, frequently advocating on behalf of urologists and their patients. He has testified before the California Assembly and regularly goes to Washington to meet with Senators and members of Congress.
In 2020, the American Urological Association (AUA), the premier professional urology association with more than 23,000 members worldwide, presented Dr. Spitz with The Distinguished Service Award for more than 12 years of outstanding service to the American Medical Association (AMA) setting urological clinical policies.
Dr. Spitz is Chairman of the American Urological Association’s Telehealth Task Force. Dr. Spitz is leading urology’s nationwide push to use telemedicine for online patient visits, which has been truly beneficial for patients and physicians during this Covid-19 era.
OCUA urologist-surgeon Dr. Aaron Spitz tells viewers of the national health TV show The Doctors that he is seeing more patients during the pandemic with erectile dysfunction (ED) related to stress, which can affect how we perform sexually. Dr. Spitz shares how pandemic stress is affecting the stress to perform in the bedroom, and what you can do about it.
Order Dr. Spitz’s Penis Book: A Doctor’s Complete Guide to the Penis – From Size to Function and Everything in between at the following links:
- Amazon: www.amazon.com/Penis-Book-Complete-Penis-Everything/dp/1635650291
- Barnes and Noble: www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-penis-book-aaron-spitz-md/1128322694
- Apple: books.apple.com/us/audiobook/penis-book-doctors-complete-guide-to-penis-from-size/id1371490119
- Audible: www.audible.com/pd/The-Penis-Book-Audiobook/B07CBYVVQN
Watch more episodes of Dr. Spitz co-hosting the nationally syndicated TV show, The Doctors
Dr. Aaron Spitz, a board-certified urologist with Orange County Urology Associates, is a frequent guest on the daytime health and medical TV show, The Doctors. He recently made his 75th appearance on the show to provide context and expert medical advice on a wide variety of health conditions.
Here are some links to Dr. Spitz’s recent appearances:
Green Light laser for BPH (enlarged prostate)
This video also features OCUA urologist-surgeon Dr. Moses Kim
Causes of messy urination
Is sex safe after having a heart attack?
Good or bad idea? Cool air-flow underwear for men
Peyronie’s disease explained
Unusual way to determine your risk of heart disease
Can fruit flies help us better understand sex?
Hack or whack?
Shingles: causes and best treatments
Are you a player?
Broken genitalia from self-pleasuring too much
Schedule a consultation with Dr. Spitz today. He welcomes patients from Laguna Hills, Irvine, Mission Viejo, Santa Ana, Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Lake Forest, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Laguna Beach, Laguna Niguel, Dana Point, San Clemente, Los Angeles and San Diego. Call us at Orange County Urology Associates (949) 855-1101 or use our online Request an Appointment form to schedule your consultation.