Urologic Care & Men’s Health in Nashville, TN
As a leader in the field of Men’s Health, Nashville Men’s Health has helped men with sexual health issues using the latest in medical technology. We have devoted our practice to educating and helping men overcome issues such as low testosterone, ED, Peyronie’s Disease, and male infertility.
Testosterone is a male sex hormone that plays a major role in their sexual development and fertility.
When scar tissue develops under the skin of the penis due to trauma or minor injury, Peyronie’s disease may occur. As the scar tissue forms the penis may become bent or indented during an erection.
Many of our prostate cancer patients undergo an osteo-scan (bone density ultrasound) to determine if they are at increased risk. This is a simple five-minute scan done on the wrist of the patient. Patients may undergo a more Sensitive DEXA scan before starting bone resorption or more aggressive therapy.
Low Libido is a condition in men that may be caused by psychologic factors (such as depression, anxiety, or relationship problems), drugs, and low levels of testosterone. If you are experiencing symptoms of low libido, seek treatment from a men’s health specialist.
Pelvic pain is an extremely common symptom. Discomfort within the lower abdomen and pelvic region could be a result of an abnormality or illness relating to a variety of key bodily systems and functions.
Most often, this type of pain is typically related to the reproductive system, digestive, urinary system, or the musculoskeletal system.
In most cases when a man chooses to have a vasectomy they are sure that it’s a done deal. However, there are times when men can have a change of heart with a new found love, relationship, or in some cases, a change in family needs.
The penile implant is the only true cure for erectile dysfunction. A penile implant is a device that is placed into a man’s body to help him get an erection.
There are a variety of methods for treating erectile dysfunction (ED). All decisions regarding your best option for treating ED should be made between you and your physician, with consideration given to your individual needs and the risks and benefits of each treatment option.
Treatment options include:
- Drug Therapy
- Non-drug Treatment Options
- Penile Implants