September 12, 2018
It is with a heavy heart that I am announcing my retirement from active practice, effective Thursday, December 27th, 2018. I am afraid that the time has come after 65 years of training and practice. Even though my mind wants to continue, my body is rebelling. The type of practice that I love is so difficult that most physicians stay clear and do not understand this specialty. However, I have loved doing what I do best and that is to help my patients and make a difference in your health and recovery from this condition.
I want you all to know how wonderful it has been for me, as your physician, to treat you and see you improve and get relief after my treatments. I appreciate your loyalty throughout the years and it’s been a pleasure knowing all of you. I will take the memories of all that I have experienced with me into my retirement.
I would also like to acknowledge the help of my wonderful staff, Pat Schweifler, Practice Administrator, Grace Moore, Medical Assistant/Receptionist and our Physical Therapists, Cristina Shupe, PT and Arlene Cavan, DPT.
Since your condition may require continue care, I recommend you see Cristina Shupe, PT and Arlene Cavan, DPT. They have been an integral part of my practice, are highly skilled Physical Therapists and both have advanced training in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction. Currently, they are in the process of formulating the details on where they will be practicing. Further information will come out shortly.
Jeanette Potts, M.D. at Vista Urology in San Jose is a highly skilled Urologist and has dedicated her career to the treatment of chronic pelvic pain. She is a past member of the prestigious Glickman Urological Institute at the Cleveland Clinic, ranked #1 in the US by US News and World Report. She has agreed to continue to provide medical services to my patients and is familiar with my practice.
Jerome M. Weiss, M. D.