We treat all men's urologic health conditions
Embarrassed by their symptoms, many men shy away from traditional physicians offices, and neglect to address their symptoms with their primary care physician. We have decades of experience treating men's health issues, and have thousands of satisfied patients.
- Low testosterone testing and treatment
- Hormone replacement
- Treatment for erectile dysfunction (impotence)
- Treatment for problems urinating
- Screening and treatment for prostate cancer
- Screening and treatment for bladder cancer
- Lifestyle counseling
- Natural supplements for prostate, bladder and kidney health
Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence)
Erectile Dysfunction, also known as “ED” or “impotence” is more common as we age. May men are embarrassed to seek treatment, leading to frustration and tension with his spouse or partner. ED may be related to low testosterone levels, but has many other causes including diabetes, high blood pressure, poor blood circulation, among others. Erectile dysfunction is treatable!Did you know that more than half of men over age 40 have some degree of erectile dysfunction? Some men experience erections that are softer than desirable, and some can’t get an erection at all. The important thing to remember is that this is not just a “part of getting old” that you have to accept, and you are not alone. Take the first step and contact us to improve your erections!
What causes erectile dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction may be caused by medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, prostate cancer and treatment, high cholesterol, heart disease, and spinal cord injury, as well as a result of many commonly prescribed medications for high blood pressure, heart disease, and depression.
How can we help?
We have helped thousands of men just like you reclaim their sexual health and achieve erections that are satisfactory for you and your partner. We will ask about your health, lifestyle, medication use, and other factors that can contribute to ED so that an appropriate treatment plan can be prescribed.
Low Testosterone - Hormone Replacement
Testosterone is a hormone produced by the body that provides a variety of critical functions, including:
- Stimulation of sexual function
- Muscle mass and strength
- Bone hardness and strength
An abnormal low level of testosterone can result from aging, or from a decrease in function of the organs responsible for testosterone production.
You may have low testosterone levels if you experience any of the following:
- Lack of Energy
- Low Sex Drive
- Weak or No Erections
- Mood Swings
- Sleep Disturbances
- Decreased Strength
- Decreasing Enjoyment of Life in General
- Depressed Mood
- Increase in body fat
- Decrease in bone strength
How do I know if my testosterone levels are low?
The symptoms of low testosterone may be difficult to distinguish from other common medical conditions. A simple blood test taken around the time of your initial consultation can determine if your levels are low and you are a candidate for treatment.
What are my treatment options?
We offer testosterone replacement in a variety of methods, including a daily gel application and injections which are given every 7-14 days. Blood tests are taken to monitor your response several times a year.
An enlarged prostate is a very common problem experienced in men over the age of 50. Symptoms can include difficulty urinating, waking up at night to urinate, slow stream, and many others. This condition is quite treatable with medication and outpatient surgical procedures. We are experienced providers of two commonly used minimally-invasive treatment modalities for enlarged prostate: PlasmaButton Vaporization™ and Urolift®. Both procedures are successful alternatives to medication or more invasive procedures and can be performed as an outpatient procedures with minimal downtime.
Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men. There has been a lot of controversy recently about the utility of PSA screening, but we believe that with the PSA test and digital exam, prostate cancer can be detected very early, and is curable in the majority of cases.