Stem Cell Treatment for ED

Erectile Dysfunction (ED), is a debilitating issue for many men after age 40 which includes the inability to obtain and maintain an erection or simply a soft erection. I have used a variety of procedures to treat erectile dysfunction, including extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) using staccato-like sound wave pulses along the shaft of the penis;… Read more »

Let’s Talk About Sex

Yes, the topic makes many uncomfortable, but with rates of sexually transmitted disease at an all-time high, it can no longer remain under the covers. So let’s take a look at the facts. According to the CDC 2017 Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Report, more than two million cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis were reported… Read more »

When Sex Hurts

When sexual intimacy with your partner causes pain, it can have a deep psychological impact.  You may feel alone and uncertain where to turn.  Many will suffer in silence, as the topic can be difficult to discuss.  The pain can lead to a disinterest in sex and eventually you may avoid physical intimacy altogether with… Read more »

External Sound Wave Therapy Aids ED

Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects as many as 30 million American men, including 30 to 50 percent of men between the ages of 40 and 70. There are multiple causes including medications, chronic illness, poor blood flow to the penis due to plaque and calcification or vessel damage, excessive alcohol consumption and other lifestyle factors. Until… Read more »

Losing That Loving Feeling

Most men want to have an active sexual life. Unfortunately, as men age, erectile dysfunction (ED) can become a common occurrence. When men have difficulty achieving an erection, they can become anxious about their sexual performance and may avoid sexual activity. Often times, they just aren’t aware of treatment options available. I tell my patients… Read more »

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Most women associate hormones with menopause. However, most women are unaware that premenopausal women might need hormones too. Over 20% of all premenopausal women have a hormonal disorder termed polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). The name is misleading because the defect does not lie in the ovaries. In spite of the name, the ovaries are not… Read more »