Men's Health Center at The Miriam Hospital
The Men’s Health Center at The Miriam Hospital is the first of its kind specialty center dedicated to sexual health and andrology in the United States. The center employs a multidisciplinary approach to provide a level of expertise that is unmatched in the region. Our providers include urologists, internal medicine and family practice physicians, a psychologist and physical therapists. This multidisciplinary model has served as a template for other academic men’s health centers, and Men’s Health is home to the Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery fellowship at the Brown University Alpert School of Medicine.
Our providers are dedicated to helping you restore your normal level of sexual function and optimal health in a comfortable, educational and confidential environment. We collaborate with your primary care physician to create an individualized treatment plan to guide you and your loved one to healthier ways of living. The physicians at Men’s Health have published over 175 articles in the fields of male sexual health, testosterone therapy and cardiovascular disease prevention. We are the highest volume center for surgical treatment of erectile dysfunction in the state, and our providers have the most experience with surgical and medical management of Peyronie’s disease.
We provide specialized care for men who have issues with sexual performance including:
- Erectile dysfunction (ED) - Surgical management through implant surgery, optimization of cardio-metabolic risks for erectile dysfunction, and management of the psychological impact of sexual dysfunction
- Testosterone therapy - Thorough medical evaluation of the causes of low testosterone, individualized treatment plans, and careful follow-up
- Peyronie’s disease - State-of-the-art surgical and medical management, including Xiaflex treatment
- Premature ejaculation - Medical and psychological evaluation and management of this frustrating and under-recognized condition
The Men’s Health Center also provides expert care for: sexual dysfunction after prostate surgery, gender dysphoria, Klinefelter syndrome, and low sexual desire.
Our staff includes family practice, internal medicine, urology, psychology and physical therapy. We collaborate with your primary care physician and help guide you and your loved one to healthier ways of living. For more information, call us at 401-793-4636 (401-793-4MEN).