Curtis Schechter is an active doctor of medicine, he was born in Germany, where he attended medical school. Here he began his career in surgery and urology, working in an army hospital located in Giessen. In 1985, he moved to the United States and continued his residency at the University of Texas Medical Center in Dallas.
After graduating from residency in the 90th year, he received an AFUD degree and worked as a doctor for about 2 years treating the prostate. Already in ’92, he continued his studies, enrolling in the Urology Department in Utah and is currently a professor at this university, as well as the chairman of the Department of Urology.
The main work of Dr. Curtis today is related to the treatment of prostate cancer, as well as prostate adenoma. To date, he has performed more than 1,200 operations for the treatment of prostate cancer, as well as 700 laser prostatectomies for the treatment of BPH.
Today, his scientific works are devoted to a benign and malignant tumor. To date, Dr. Curtis is also known for his urological research in the field of ultrasound. He leads many different courses on the topic for graduate students. His lectures today are devoted to ultrasound examinations of the urinary tract. His own clinical studies have been published in over 200 reputable publications, in books.
Dr. Curtis leads his lectures today around the world, participates in many graduate schools, he regularly visits institutions in the USA, Europe, and Asia to share his experience in urology.
Even textbooks today are created with the participation of a doctor who is now published by world publications.
Today, Dr. Curtis is involved in a variety of research projects on prostatitis and prostate cancer.