Keith Regets is a physician assistant practicing Men's Health and Urology since 2010. He joined the Men's Clinic at UCLA in 2017 and leads the non-surgical programs in sexual and reproductive medicine. Keith has extensive experience in testosterone replacement therapy, erectile dysfunction, Peyronie's disease, and pituitary abnormalities.
He has been recognized locally and nationally for his perspective on clinical management. He works with the Men's Health urology faculty on training of clinical fellows, urology residents, and medical students. He also leads Men's Health workshops for visiting advanced practice providers from around the country. He works closely with industry organizations and professional societies to advocate for advance practice provider roles in Men's Health.
Keith is an advocate for the team approach to men's health and works closely with the doctors at the Men's Clinic at UCLA to optimize your care. He performs diagnostic studies and procedures your doctors may recommend. After you have established care with one of our doctors, Keith will see you at follow-up visits to monitor your progress longitudinally.