About Me

I was born in Rome, Georgia, and attended Georgia Institute of Technology, where I earned my bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering. I went on to medical school at Medical College of Georgia and then moved to Texas. I spent the next 13 years moving to various military bases. I completed five years of urology training at Brooke Army Medical Center and the University of Texas, San Antonio. In 2008, I served in Iraq, where I provided trauma, reconstructive and general urology services to deployed U.S. soldiers and the local population. I have also treated patients in Honduras through U.S. Army humanitarian missions. My wife and I chose to move to Colorado in 2009 after finishing my military service, and I have been practicing urology with Kaiser Permanente since then. We were drawn to the natural beauty and outdoor activities Colorado has to offer. I have three children in their pre-teen and teen years.

About my practice

I was drawn to urology for the same reasons I was interested in engineering – I love to see how things work. The human body is the most complex and fascinating object that I have ever come across. I feel it is a great responsibility and privilege that patients allow me to “fix” them when appropriate. I look forward to seeing my patients and work with you to make treatment plans that meet your needs and lifestyle. Although I treat most urologic conditions, my special interests include male and female incontinence, urethral stricture disease and repair, male prosthetics, salvage cryotherapy, and management of bladder and kidney cancer.

How I thrive

When not at work, I love hanging out with my family, traveling, camping and backpacking. We are members at Westminster United Methodist Church. My hobbies include fishing, hunting, martial arts and building hi-fi electron tube audio equipment which I use to enjoy music at its best.