As many as 30 million men have erectile dysfunction (ED) in the U.S., according to the National Institutes of Health. Urologists typically see these common conditions in men, such as:
    • Prostate cancer
    • Advanced prostate cancer
    • Bladder cancer
    • Benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH)
    • Urinary incontinence
    • Low testosterone (hypergonadism)
    • Kidney cancer
    • Erectile dysfunction
    • Kidney stones
    • Overactive bladder
    • Prostatitis
    • Urinary tract infections

The Billups Center is focused solely on the medical management of sexual health conditions, including erectile dysfunction, hypogonadism, restoration therapy for ED and incontinence after prostate cancer treatments, medical management of lower urinary tract symptoms, Peyronie’s disease, and premature ejaculation. We do not treat General Urology conditions or perform any surgical management. Our focus is on medical management of Men’s Health conditions.

We estimate that about 30% to 40% of the men seen in our Men’s Sexual Medicine practice need referral to General Urology and we are looking for Urology practices interested in timely evaluation of these men (elevated PSA for prostate biopsy, surgical management of BPH/LUTS, surgical management of ED or incontinence, prostate cancer and other General Urology concerns).

We are also looking for two-way referrals with Urology practices that may not want to focus on the medical management of ED (especially on the area of adjunctive lifestyle changes) and urology practices interested in our Penile Restoration Program for men undergoing surgery for prostate cancer.

Post procedure/surgery: post-prostatectomy treatment for ED

Post-Prostatectomy Penile Rehabilitation

So post-prostatectomy, we know that men can have problems with incontinence and they can have problems with erectile dysfunction…

Collaborating with Urology Colleagues

I am a Urologist by training. So I went to Johns Hopkins for my residency. I did a fellowship after residency, where I specialized in Sexual Medicine issues, and blood flow-related issues. I have a physician assistant who’s working with me, Ken Mitchell. He also is a fully…