Experts in ED, Low T and the
birds and the bees.

Indiana’s first specialty Men’s Health Center can help bring the buzz back.

Now there is a place where Indiana men can be treated for their most intimate health issues with confidence. The region’s leading urology practice now hosts Indiana’s most comprehensive Men’s Health Center providing every medical and surgical solution for:

  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Low Testosterone
  • Male infertility
  • Sexual function after cancer

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects an estimated 30 million men in the United States, and over half of men between 40 and 70 years old. Early diagnosis is critical to addressing the progression and severity of ED. In many, ED can be an early sign of atherosclerosis, or “hardening of the arteries,” or other cardiovascular/neurological conditions.

By offering a full range of treatment options to help improve sexual health, the physicians at the Men’s Health Center understand how treating ED can improve your quality of life. Even if you have failed therapy in the past, there are often additional medical or surgical therapies that are highly effective.
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Male Infertility

Infertility can be difficult. Approximately 40% of infertility cases are related to male reproductive issues. Approximately 15% of couples in the US who are trying to conceive will be unsuccessful in the first year.

The Urology of Indiana Men’s Health Center specializes in helping couples experience the joys of conceiving. We will work with you and your partner to identify potential problems and establish an appropriate course of treatment whether medical or surgical. Read on »

Prostate Cancer

Cancer of the prostate is the most common type of cancer and the second leading cause of cancer deaths among American men. Read on »

Enlarged Prostate

A noncancerous enlargement of the prostate, known as BPH, the most common prostate problem in men older than 50 . Read on »

Low Testosterone

If you’re a male with low energy, excessive fatigue, trouble losing weight, reduced sex drive or sexual dysfunction, you could be experiencing Low Testosterone, or Low T. It’s a medical condition that affects millions of men in the US. Certain medical conditions can affect the body’s ability to produce testosterone. For example, men with diabetes can have Low Testosterone that when corrected can improve overall health.

Low Testosterone is nothing to be ashamed about. If you think you may be experiencing symptoms of Low Testosterone, visit the experts at the Urology of Indiana Men’s Health Center who can diagnose and treat the condition with care and professionalism. We offer a large range of short (daily/weekly) and long-term (monthly/quarterly) therapies that others do not. Our experience also allows us to counsel and treat men with fertility concerns and prostate conditions.

Sexual Function After Cancer

The emotional aftermath of cancer can be difficult and many cancer treatments can negatively affect sexual function. The health professionals at the Urology of Indiana Men’s Health Center are experts in treating sexual difficulties such as pain, fatigue, depression or loss of libido after cancer. They can help you and your partner work through the emotions of surviving cancer, and get back on the path to a healthy sexual relationship.


For many couples, a vasectomy is a practical choice in eliminating the risks of conceiving a child. Many couples also enjoy the freedom and spontaneity of not having to deal with other forms of contraception. Read on »