Men's Health

Men's Health services offered in Miami, FL

Millions of American Men experience urologic and sexual health problems, including low testosterone and kidney tumors. At Modern Urology, experienced urologists Jose Vilaro, MD, and Adam De Fazio, MD, JD, provide a full suite of men’s health services. If you’re experiencing symptoms like erectile dysfunction or the involuntary release of urine, they can pinpoint the underlying cause and make treatment recommendations. To make an appointment, call the practice in Miami, Florida, or book online today.

Men's Health Q&A

What is men’s health?

Men’s health is a urology subspecialty that diagnoses and treats problems affecting the male reproductive organs, including the penis, testicles, and prostate. If you experience changes to your libido, pelvic pain, or swelling in your scrotum, seek treatment immediately. 

After reviewing your medical records, discussing your symptoms, and examining your medical records, the men’s health specialists at Modern Urology can identify the underlying cause and make treatment recommendations.

What types of urology problems does men’s health treat?

At Modern Urology, the urologists offer various men’s health services, including treatment of:


Low testosterone

Low testosterone occurs when your testicles stop producing as much testosterone as they once did. Low testosterone is a natural part of a man’s aging process, but it increases the risk of various health problems, including low libido, weight gain, and memory loss.

Peyronie’s disease

Peyronie’s disease is a painful condition that causes scar tissue to form around your penis. Over time, that scar tissue causes curved erections that affect your sexual function.

Erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction affects your ability to get or keep an erection long enough to have sex. Almost all men experience erectile dysfunction occasionally, but if your symptoms persist, it’s crucial to seek treatment, as it may indicate a more serious problem, like heart disease.

Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer occurs when the cells in your prostate gland begin to divide and multiply uncontrollably. There’s no cure for prostate cancer, but early intervention and treatment can prevent it from spreading to other parts of your body.

Enlarged prostate

Most men experience enlarged prostates because of the natural aging process. Though common, an enlarged prostate increases the risk of urinary incontinence and other bladder-related issues, like urinary tract infections (UTI).

Who can benefit from men’s health?

If you have male reproductive organs and you’re experiencing symptoms like erectile dysfunction, an overactive bladder, or chronic pelvic pain, request a men’s health consultation at Modern Urology.

Even if your symptoms aren’t bothering you, they may point to an underlying medical condition. After a physical exam, lab tests, and diagnostic imaging, your Modern Urology provider can identify the underlying cause and recommend treatment.

To establish men’s health care at Modern Urology, make an appointment by calling the office or booking online today.