Dr. Justin Schultz

Dr. Justin Schultz
Dr. Schultz is a graduate of Midwestern University, Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. He graduated first in his class in 2016, then spent the next 5 years completing his Urologic Surgery Residency at Sparrow Hospital in affiliation with Michigan State University. While in Michigan, Dr. Schultz was a leader in the medical education department and was promoted to Chief resident one year early. He also brings with him a passion for teaching. He believes strongly in patient-centered care and feels that patients are best served when they fully understand their course of care. Dr. Schultz practices the full scope of general urology, including management of kidney stones, prostate enlargement, as well as minimally invasive treatments of prostate and kidney cancer. He has special interest in procedures that improve quality of life, with focus on genitourinary reconstruction such as surgical management of erectile dysfunction, male urinary incontinence and urethral stricture disease.
Medical School:

Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine, Midwestern University - Glendale, AZ


Sparrow Hospital Residency in Urological Surgery - Lansing, MI

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