Dr. Sandlow is a fellowship trained specialist in male infertility. He is experienced in microsurgery, as well as minimally invasive treatments for male contraception. He has co-authored the national guidelines for vasectomy and male infertility. Dr. Sandlow believes that although physicians can make treatment recommendations, patients must be closely involved in the decision making process, thus he emphasizes patient education and participation in all aspects of care. His goal is to provide, in conjunction with the female reproductive health specialists, state-of-the-art, cutting edge diagnosis and treatment. He believes that couples will greatly benefit from this combined approach, thus receiving the best care available.
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Education / Training
- Doctor of Medicine - Rush Medical College - Chicago, IL (1987)
- Residency in Urology - University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics - Iowa City (1989-1993)
- Fellowship in Infertility - American Foundation for Urologic Disease, University of Iowa - Iowa City (1993-1995)