Dr Jeannette Potts
Formerly at the Cleveland Clinic
and Case Western Reserve
Specializing In:
Men's Health
Urological Pelvic Pain Syndromes
Chronic Pain in men and women

Dr. Potts in Recent News & Media (TEST)

Nearly 7 months ago, I opened my private practice in Palo Alto, California. It has been wonderful reconnecting with my former patients from the Cleveland Clinic as well as those who come from other parts of the country and abroad. Meeting new patients from California has been very rewarding and inspiring. I am extremely grateful for the collaborative spirit of local urologists, primary care physicians and physical therapists who have welcomed me to the Bay Area and Silicon Valley. Together, we provide a team approach in the care of our patients.

As I was setting up my practice last year, I directed a course at the annual international convention of the American Urological Association. I’ve been invited back to direct this course, only this time, I am doing it with a twist, adding humor and current events. It’s entitled, “Urological Pelvic Pain meets late night TV.” I am trying very hard to capture the attention necessary to improve the evaluation and management of UCPPS! I continue to promote a more comprehensive approach  for our patients!

Warmest regards and best wishes, JMP.

Dr. Potts Recent News and Media

Dr. Potts was asked by Reno Gazette to explain post-vasectomy pain syndrome after a Nevada urologist was murdered by his patient. Read her comments »

Dr. Potts was asked to review the textbook, Primer on Geriatric Urology. Her review is informative [and charming]. Read the review »

Along with two other national experts, Dr. Potts was interviewed by ICA regarding Interstitial Cystitis in Men. Read the article, IC in Men (scroll to page 8) »

Upcoming Event

Dr. Christopher Payne, Director of Female Urology, Urodynamics and neurourology at Stanford for 20 years, will be joining Dr. Potts in private practice this Spring. Their new clinic is called Vista Urology & Pelvic Pain Partners. A formal announcement will follow.

About Dr. Potts

As a former member of the prestigious Glickman Urologic Institute of the Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Potts is widely recognized for her expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic genitourinary pain syndromes, employing a signature bio-psychosocial approach.  Her more than 40 publications and abstracts in this area have garnered national and international recognition, and approximately 100 speaking invitations from worldwide medical societies, as well as from prestigious regional and global business organizations, and the media.

Jeannette M. Potts, M.D.
900 Welch Road, Suite 202, Palo Alto, CA  
(650) 996-3761


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