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“ED is often a symptom of a larger medical problem. There are plenty of ways to treat ED. The only way to get rid of it is to address the underlying cause.”
Kevin L. Billups, MD
THE BILLUPS CENTER
MEDICINE THAT MATTERS TO MEN
Sexual health is one of the most important indicators of overall health for men. It’s often the early warning sign of more life-threatening chronic conditions. Our approach is different than traditional men’s health clinics. We fully treat your sexual concerns, but we also focus on prevention, better overall health, and longevity, so you can maximize your quality of life at every age and stage.
ED is the consistent inability to achieve and/or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual activity.
Testosterone Deficiency is defined as having low testosterone blood levels combined with associated symptoms or signs such as decreased libido, reduced energy, fatigue, lower endurance or erectile dysfunction.
Peyronie’s Disease is caused by scar tissue, called plaque, that forms under the skin of the penis and can result in a curved, rather than straight, erect penis.
Dr. Billups is a pioneering urologist who has focused on Men’s Health and Sexual Medicine for the past 25 years. His goal is to help men in all communities live longer and healthier lives through an innovative approach to clinical care in Men’s Health.
TraVonda Pirtle, MPAS, PA-C
TraVonda Pirtle is a board certified Physician Assistant with nearly 10 years of clinical experience and a wealth of knowledge in chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, and chronic pain.
Ken Mitchell, MPAS, PA-C
Ken Mitchell is a certified Physician Assistant with 25 years of clinical experience, including over 15 years of experience in erectile dysfunction (ED) and sexual dysfunction. His specialization has been with patients with ED related to radical prostatectomy (Robotic and Open).