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    Fain Building
    The Miriam Hospital
    164 Summit Avenue
    Providence, RI 02906
    401-793-4MEN (4636)


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    Conditions needed:

    • Males, aged 25-65, with a steady female partner
    • Blood pressures greater than 120/80, not on blood pressure medications
    • Erectile dysfunction

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  • Men's Health Center

  • Ask for directions? Not a chance.
    Ask about your sexual health? Now you can.

     
    Mark Sigman, MD, co-director of the Men's Health Clinic at The Miriam Hospital, describes the clinic's multidisciplinary approach to providing comprehensive and personalized care for men.


    The Men's Health Center at The Miriam Hospital is dedicated to helping you love the rest of your life by restoring your normal level of sexual functioning in a comfortable, educational and confidential environment.

    We provide specialized clinical and psychological care for sexual dysfunction and utilize current research in the field to improve the overall health of our patients. We collaborate with your primary care physician and help guide you and your loved one to healthier ways of living.

    Our Services

    • Erectile function preservation strategies in light of prostate and other genitourinary cancer therapies
    • Evaluation and treatment of all sexual dysfunctions including erectile dysfunction (ED), premature ejaculation, Peyronie’s Disease (penile curvature) and decreased sexual desire
    • Cardiovascular risk reduction, as erectile dysfunction may be a sentinel marker of cardiovascular disease
    • Evaluation and medical management of urinary or voiding symptoms
    • Evaluation and management of male testosterone deficiency
    • Psychological treatment and support
    • Couples therapy when sexual issues are paramount
    • Physical therapy for pelvic pain and prostatitis
    • Physical therapy for post-prostatectomy urinary incontinence
    • Evaluation and management of male bone health

    For more information, call us at 401-793-4MEN (4636).

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