Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH) or Prostate Enlargement – As men age, their prostate often enlarges over time. This benign enlargement of the prostate can result in a number of urinary symptoms including a weak stream, difficulty initiating urination, frequent urination, and awakening several times at night to urinate. We offer a number of medical therapies as well as minimally invasive surgical interventions to treat these symptoms.
Screening for Prostate Cancer – You may have been told by your primary care physician that you have an “elevated PSA.” This is a blood test that we use to monitor the health of your prostate. It can be increased from a large prostate, inflammation of the prostate, or prostate cancer. Our physicians will help you navigate this difficult topic. They will discuss what your PSA means and will further investigating with dedicated prostate imaging or a prostate biopsy if indicated.
Erectile Dysfunction – Men of all ages find themselves struggling with sexual performance. Our physicians understand the sensitivity of this topic and the impact it can have on men’s life. We can discuss causes of this and provide therapy in the form of medications, injections, devices, or surgery.
Low testosterone – Low testosterone can cause decreased energy, low libido, and even a depressed mood in men. We are able to diagnose, treat, and monitor testosterone levels in men.
Prostatitis, Epididymitis, and Orchitis – An infection anywhere along the urinary tract can produce painful urination, painful or swollen testicles, or pain between the scrotum and rectum. We diagnose and treat these conditions with appropriate antibiotic therapy.
Peyronie’s Disease – Peyronie’s disease is an abnormal curvature of the penis. It is a result of plaque deposition along the shaft of the penis. We provide in office treatment of this condition.
Vasectomy – Our physicians are skilled in performing a no scalpel vasectomy. This is done in our office and with local anesthesia. It does not require an incision or sutures and you can return to normal activity within a few days.
Overactive Bladder – Many men suffer with an overactive bladder as they age. This is a common condition, and we offer medication management and minimally invasive therapies to help you spend less time in the restroom and more time doing the things you enjoy.
Male Urinary Incontinence – The involuntary leakage of urine can be a sensitive topic to discuss, and can have a significant impact on quality of life. Our physicians understand that this can be an uncomfortable topic, and take great care in treating this common condition. Your physician will first determine what kind of incontinence you have and will then discuss available treatment options with you. Some urinary incontinence can be treated with medication alone, while some may need a minimally invasive surgical treatment. Your physician will take time getting to know your symptoms and goals of care to determine the appropriate treatment plan for you.