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Restorative Urology


An article about erectile dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction

One of my areas of focus is restoring sexual health to men and couples. We know that this is important not only for personal enjoyment, but for its impact on wellness, preventing depression, and enhancing a couples’ relational health. Men and women value sexual intimacy at any age! Research shows that 73% of couples up

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Peyronie’s disease

Peyronie’s disease (PD) is scarring disorder of the penis resulting in penile deformity or curvature, penile shortening, pain, and erectile dysfunction.  While some men with PD find that the deformity stabilizes or resolves, nearly half of patients will experience progressive deformity within one year. PD can be a psychologically and physically disabling disorder, significantly impacting

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Male Stress Incontinence

Prostate Cancer is the most common cancer among men in the U.S.  Fortunately, early diagnosis and effective treatment extends life for most men with prostate cancer.  In many cases, however, sexual and bladder health concerns can persist after prostate cancer treatment and can create ongoing emotional, physical, and relational challenges. Research shows that education and

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Prostate Cancer Recovery

Our Survivorship Program will provide education and recovery pathways for all prostatectomy patients. Strengthening pelvic floor muscles before and after surgery is an essential component to urinary control.

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Sexual Intimacy

Research shows that sexual health is an important component of a satisfying relationship. Physical and emotional challenges to intimacy present themselves at every age and stage of the long-term romantic relationship.

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Female Stress Incontinence

Stress urinary incontinence is a form of incontinence that occurs when urine leaks out of the urine channel during sudden activities such as a cough, sneeze, laugh, or exercise.  In more severe cases, stress urinary incontinence (SUI) can also occur while walking or standing up from a seated position. The amount of leakage can vary,

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Low Testosterone

Testosterone is a predominantly male hormone that supports normal sex drive, bone and muscle mass, red blood cell production, and mental health.  While testosterone levels gradually decline with age, many men do not notice a change in health and vitality despite lower levels of testosterone. Some men do, however, experience bothersome symptoms related to this

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Overactive Bladder

Overactive bladder (OAB) is the name for a group of bladder symptoms that includes urinary frequency, urgency, and urinary leakage.

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A list of resources for common conditions and treatments

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