At Bristol Health, our urology team is dedicated to helping you achieve better health and function. You can rely on us to offer supportive care designed for your needs and health goals.
We treat a wide range of male reproductive health conditions with advanced, innovative care. These conditions can affect your ability to function sexually and harm your quality of life. We commonly treat conditions such as:
Conditions We Treat
Our expert urologists offer comprehensive care for conditions that affect male reproductive health and impact your quality of life.
Erectile dysfunction, also called impotence, can have many causes. At Bristol Health, we offer comprehensive treatment to ensure we address the cause of your condition and improve your sexual function. We offer innovative treatments, including the latest medicines and penile implants.
Male infertility may be related to low sperm count, abnormal sperm or blockages in tubes that deliver sperm. We offer simple treatments, including surgery for varicoceles and hormone medications, that may reverse infertility.
Pain in your penis can disrupt your daily activities and make using the restroom or having sex nearly impossible. Our expert urologists diagnose the causes of penile pain, including infections and Peyronie’s disease, so they can provide effective treatments to relieve your pain.
Penile Warts and Sexually Transmitted Infections
Many sexually transmitted infections, including penile warts, can be treated with simple medications and prevented with condoms. Physicians at Bristol Health can help you find relief from these conditions and protect yourself in the future.
Prostate cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in men. It can affect your ability to urinate and have sex. We have extensive experience in prostate cancer research and treatment, helping you find innovative care. We use advanced techniques, such as MRI fusion prostate biopsy, to target and identify cancer as well as robotic surgeries to remove cancer.
Varicoceles are enlarged veins in the scrotum and testicles. If they grow too large, they can cause infertility as well as testicular swelling and pain. Our urologists use minimally invasive procedures to treat varicoceles, relieving symptoms and restoring function.