Male Sexual Medicine & Erectile Dysfunction

Our expert men's urology team can help explain the treatment and management options available for many of the personal conditions our male patients experience, including erectile dysfunction (ED). Certain medical conditions may cause erectile dysfunction, and other reasons can contribute to ED including smoking, prostate removal surgery, nerve damage from a spinal cord injury, as well as antidepressant or antihypertensive medication. Low testosterone may also be a factor, so it is important to have a conversation with a urologist and determine how to help you gain control of your ED.

For younger men who may not have other health conditions, ED is often the result of stress or anxiety. There are many treatment options that can help, and our team is comprised of knowledgeable and compassionate experts to guide you to the solution to resolve your erectile disorder.

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Thomas M. Buckley, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology

Stanton Honig, MD

Professor of Clinical Urology

Clinical Interests

Endocrinology; Genitalia, Male; Erectile Dysfunction; Prostatic Diseases; Prostatic Hyperplasia; Urology; Vasectomy; Reproductive Medicine; Men's Health; Transgender Persons

Daniel S. Kellner, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology

Clinical Interests

Urinary Bladder Diseases; Urinary Bladder Neoplasms; Genital Diseases, Male; Kidney Diseases; Prostatic Neoplasms; Ureteral Diseases; Urethral Diseases; Urinary Tract Infections; Urination Disorders; Urologic Diseases; Urolithiasis