Considered one of the nation’s top doctors in gynecology, he has published seven books on women’s health topics, including menopause, perimenopause, early pregnancy monitoring, abnormal uterine bleeding and gynecologic ultrasounds. He has also contributed numerous chapters and papers to the medical field. Dr. Goldstein is a sought-after lecturer, traveling the U.S. and the world to speak about issues related to obstetrics and gynecology.
Dr. Goldstein often works with women interested in learning more about their gynecologic diagnosis and treatment options, including less invasive approaches. His experience and research continually demonstrates that surgery is not always the best option and many diagnoses are effectively treated through continued monitoring with ultrasounds and less-invasive methods such as sonohysterography or medication rather than surgery.