Dr. Rodriguez Named as "Patient Choice Award Winner" for 2008

The Dallas area patients have selected Dr. Rodriguez, for the Patients' Choice Award for 2008. This is a wonderful achievement as more than 400,000 patient reviews and ratings were gathered, and this top rating was awarded to a select few of the nation's most beloved doctors. The patients of Dr. Rodriguez have taken the time to compliment him in areas such as: bedside manner, the amount of time spent with them, the courtesy of the staff, appropriate follow-up, and their overall opinion of him as a physician. Quite simply, he is one of the best!

You Might Also Enjoy...

Dr. Rodriguez Awarded Dallas Magazine "Best Doctor" for 2016

We are proud to announce that Dr. Alfred J. Rodriguez has once again been named as one of Dallas Magazine's "Best Doctor's" for 2016 in the field of infertility. How are the "Best Doctors" chosen? The final "Best Doctors" list is comprised by a peer-revi

OBESITY’S IMPACT ON HEALTH AND REPRODUCTION

Obesity is a disease of excess body fat that varies by race, gender, age, and individual. It is becoming increasingly prevalent in our society as well as a major health problem world-wide. Obesity is categorized by BMI (body mass index) as follows: Ove

Obesity-A Very Sensitive Subject

Obesity - A Very Sensitive Subject! Everyday we meet with couples where one or both partners is significantly overweight and we know that even outside the world of "infertility" being overweight has significant health implications. Obese patients hav

Facts About Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Pregnancy loss is a devastating event for a woman whether she suffers one sporadic miscarriage or recurrent losses. ACOG, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, statistics show the 5% of reproductive age women experience two or more misc

Preimplantation Genetic Screening-Who is it for?

Preimplantation genetic screening-PGS- tests embryos for normal chromosome numbers. Does this testing improve IVF success rates and if so, who is this testing for? The answer is "yes" it does improve IVF success rates and we feel PGS should be offered