Department of Urology: School of Medicine: University of California, Irvine
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Aaron Spitz, M.D.

Aaron Spitz, M.D.

Titles

HS Assistant Clinical Professor-VCF

Specialties

Male Sexual Dysfunction, Reproductive Medicine

Professional Biography

Dr. Spitz completed his Urology residency at the University of Southern California, and then obtained fellowship training in infertility at the Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Spitz has expertise in the treatment of male infertility and sexual dysfunction, and is actively engaged in clinical trials and research in the area of male infertility.

Dr. Aaron Spitz joined the faculty as an assistant clinical professor, specializing in male reproductive medicine and surgery and is the foremost expert in the evaluation and treatment of male infertility in Orange County. Dr. Spitz has extensive experience with all aspects of male reproductive medicine, including andrology, genetic disorders, anatomic abnormalities, and sexual dysfunction. He is a skilled microsurgeon who specializes in reconstruction of the genital tract, including vasectomy reversal as well as previously failed vasectomy reversal. He also performs various techniques of sperm retrieval for the treatment of men with blockages of their genital tract. He performs testicular mapping and testicular microdissection for men who suffer from the most severe forms of testicular failure. Dr. Spitz works in close coordination with many in-vitro fertility centers throughout Southern California to help provide state-of-the-art comprehensive care to infertile couples.

Dr. Spitz currently directs the Center for Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at Orange County Urology in Laguna Hills and Mission Viejo, California. He participates in an array of clinical research involving sperm toxicity studies, andrology, sexual dysfunction, and male contraception. Dr. Spitz also serves as the Medical Director for Fertility Center of California, a comprehensive andrology testing facility and sperm bank. Dr. Spitz has served as faculty for the American Urological Association's national microsurgical course. Dr. Spitz has been awarded several prestigious honors including Alpha Omega Alpha at the University of Southern California. He has authored book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications on the topic of male infertility.

Dr. Spitz earned his medical degree from Cornell University Medical College. He completed his urology residency at the University of Southern California Medical Center and completed a fellowship in male reproductive medicine and surgery at The Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.

Training

Undergraduate:Cornell University
Medical School: Cornell University Medical College
Residency: University of Southern California Medical Center
Fellowship Training: Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery / The Baylor College of Medicine

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