We provide a range of services for the treatment of various male sexual disorders. Click on the below tabs to know more about our services.

  • Testicular sperm extraction (TESE) or testicular sperm aspiration (TESA) is a simple procedure to obtain sperm in men with obstructive azoospermia (i.e. men who have had vasectomies). These men have normal sperm production but a blockage exists that does not allow sperm to reach the semen. A TESE or TESA can be performed in your doctor’s office under local anesthesia or in the operating room under general anesthesia.

  • A varicocele is a variation of normal anatomy in which veins in the scrotum (the sac that holds the testicles) become enlarged and sometimes even visible. Varicocele usually is first found at puberty and is much more common on the left side than on the right side. Sometimes it occurs on both sides.

  • For a man who has had a vasectomy, paternity options include testicular sperm extraction, surgical correction of the vas deferens separation, use of a sperm donor, and adoption. Surgical correction, or a vasectomy reversal, can be successful in restoring fertility to some men.

  • The Inflatable Penile Prosthesis (IPP) is a penile implant to treat erectile dysfunction, and sometimes Peyronie’s Disease. Our urologists, Dr. Hotaling and Dr. Pastuszak, are fellowship trained in Men’s Health, and specialize in penile implant surgery. A penile implant is a permanent solution. It allows you to be spontaneous again, and that is one of the reasons it has such a high satisfaction rate for both the man and his partner.

  • In severe cases of Peyronie’s disease, if a patient is not a candidate for injection therapy, or if other treatment methods have failed, surgery may be necessary to correct curvature.

  • A large number of men have testicular pain at some point in their lives. Sometimes this pain is mild and goes away on its own, but other times, the pain is persistent and severe. There are a number of causes of testicular pain, all of which are treatable.

  • A vasectomy is considered a permanent method of birth control. A vasectomy prevents the release of sperm when a man ejaculates. Generally, vasectomy leaves the patient unchanged except that the vas deferens—the tubes leading to the testes—are blocked.

If you wish to be advised on the most appropriate treatment, please call to schedule an appointment or click here to request an appointment online.