Urology San Antonio has opened a men-only clinic to address sensitive male sexual and reproductive health concerns.
The all-male medical team at the newly opened Urology San Antonio Center for Men’s Health & Wellness treats erectile dysfunction, enlarged prostate, low testosterone and male fertility concerns as well as other general urologic health issues affecting men.
“Urologists have always been the experts in men’s health. At this center, we address guys’ private health issues in a way that is not embarrassing and gives men the real solutions they need,” Dr. LeRoy A. Jones said.
Jones and fellow Urology San Antonio urologist Dr. John R. Case see patients at the new center. The medical team there also includes a male nurse practitioner and male medical assistants.
“There’s been a huge interest in men’s health in the last few years. You hear a lot of advertising for low T and erectile dysfunction clinics, but unfortunately many of those centers do abbreviated medical work ups, which can be dangerous, or they don’t offer all of the treatments that are available,” said Case, who in addition to his urology training, completed a yearlong immersive training in Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery. “Since guys might not know what to ask, they can be taken advantage of or at worst, harmed. Our center gives guys responsible medical care in a confidential, focused setting.”
The Urology San Antonio Center for Men’s Health & Wellness is located in a 3,600 square-foot medical suite in the Pasteur Plaza medical complex at 7909 Fredericksburg Rd., Suite 227. The center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Health insurance and private payments are accepted. For more information, call (210) 582-5577 or visit www.menshealthwellness.com.
Urology San Antonio is the largest urology group in South Texas with 27 physicians, six midlevel providers, eight urology clinics and approximately 200 employees. The medical practice offers total care for men and women experiencing complications of the urinary system or concerns about their sexual health.