For men experiencing problems with urination, erectile dysfunction, incontinence, infertility or other prostate or genitourinary problems, help can be found at The Men’s Clinic at UCLA >
The Men's Clinic at UCLA is a multidisciplinary health and wellness center located in Santa Monica, aiming to change the narrative by engaging men at an earlier age in their health and well-being. The physicians at The Men's Clinic at UCLA have expertise in the latest treatments for men, including:
For more information regarding The Men’s Clinic at UCLA please visit the website or call (310) 794-7700 to make an appointment. Faculty members within the UCLA Department of Urology have been on the forefront of developing new treatments and cures for male urological problems for over half a century.
The Prostate Cancer Program at UCLA is a nationally acknowledged center of excellence as designated by the National Cancer Institute, which awarded it the Specialized Program of Research Excellence (SPORE) designation in 2002, and is currently directed by Dr. Robert E. Reiter.
UCLA urologists have developed less invasive treatments for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate. Research conducted by some of our noted faculty members helped lead to the development of Viagra, the most advanced treatment to date for erectile dysfunction. For more research information >
From the simplest conditions to the most complex, so acclaimed are our urology programs that U.S. News & World Reports has consistently highly ranked the UCLA Department of Urology in their annual survey..
Video: Vasectomy - Is It the Right Choice for You? UCLA urologist Christopher Saigal, MD, presented a live-streaming webinar to discuss the risks, benefits and myths surrounding vasectomies. Vasectomies are one of the safest and most effective forms of permanent birth control. What is a Vasectomy?
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The Department of Urology at UCLA is one of the most progressive and comprehensive urology programs in the country. Our faculty members work side by side with research scientists for new cures and treatments for prostate cancer.