Corewell Health is the new name for Beaumont.

Led by board-certified urologists, many of whom are fellowship trained, Beaumont Health's men's urology team treats some of the most common urologic problems affecting men, including incontinence, sexual health issues, including erectile dysfunction (ED) and hormone (testosterone) deficiency, and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). 

Prostate Conditions

Benign conditions associated with the prostate, such as an enlarged or infected prostate, may only cause slight discomfort, but can lead to longer-term consequences such as incontinence or erectile dysfunction. They also indicate more serious conditions, such as prostate cancer. Learn more about the prostate and the conditions that can affect it.

Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer affects one in six men in the U.S. during their lifetime and approximately 30,000 men will die from it this year alone. Early detection and prompt treatment are not only essential for saving lives, but for trying to preserve sexual capacity and normal bladder functions. Learn more about detecting and treating prostate cancer. 

Male Reconstructive Urology

Male reconstructive urology can be used to treat physical abnormalities, repair trauma related to major surgery or accidents, or manage certain bladder control problems like incontinence and OAB.  Learn more about Beaumont's male reconstructive services. 

Erectile and Sexual Dysfunction

Some men have difficulty with erections and it is a regular and more severe problem. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is one of the most common sexual problems for men and increases with age. It is estimated between 15 to 30 million American men suffer from ED.  

Men's Urology Treatments

Prostate Treatment

Most medications help treat the symptoms associated with prostate conditions, making the muscles surrounding the urethra looser so the urine flows more easily or in some cases slowing or stopping the growth of the prostate. Learn more about treating prostate conditions

We now offer treatment for enlarged prostates, particularly those with hard-to-treat, very large prostates. There are no incisions during the procedure, and it can be completed in approximately 40 minutes. Learn more about this procedure.

Interstitial Cystitis Treatment 

Treatments are directed toward a patient's primary symptoms (pain, urinary urgency, urinary frequency) with minimally invasive options recommended before more complex, invasive therapies. Learn more about treating Interstitial Cystitis

Scrotal and Testicular Conditions Treatment

Treatment for scrotal and testicular conditions varies widely depending on the type and severity of condition and whether it is causing you any problems. Learn more about treatment options.

Treating Sexual Dysfunction in Men

Sexual dysfunction is normally treated by correcting or addressing the underlying problem or problems that are causing the dysfunction. If the cause is physical, the treatment will likely be medication or mechanical aids. Learn more about treatment options.