Here’s how we can help you

At Maze, we treat the whole man. We start by taking whatever time it takes to know you well: your lifestyle, your diet, your exercise regimen — any aspect of your medical history that will help us understand what’s going on with you. And it’s a real conversation, not some rote clinical drill.

As you’ll see, Maze team members are not only gifted scientists, they’re good guys — easy to talk to, non-judgmental and passionately committed to finding the best possible treatment. Our staff includes a nutritional and exercise physiologist, a sexual educator, a research clinician, and the center’s founder, Dr. Michael Werner, a board-certified urologist. Together, they’ll coordinate a unique plan for you.

We draw upon the best that science has to offer. For many men, there are several issues which need to be addressed, either simultaneously, or sequentially. Whatever your treatment, rigorous follow-up will be an important part of it. Reliable testing and analysis are essential to good science, so we have had our own laboratory in-house since we opened our doors.

No one else applies this level of resources or expertise to restoring sexual health. So no matter how long your problem has existed or how difficult it has been for you, we can most likely help. If you’ve got the courage to call, we’ve got the training and compassion to see you through.

Male Sexual Health Issues

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

If you have erectile dysfunction or male impotence there are four main causes to look into. At Maze, your practitioner will explain how erections work (in terms that you will understand), why yours may not be working, and how we can help. Importantly, if you have a penis, we can get you an erection. This is true, even if you have not had success elsewhere. Learn More

Low Testosterone/Andropause

Andropause is usually a natural subtle decline in hormones that happens as men age. However, low testosterone, and its accompanying symptoms can happen at any age. Most physicians, even those who specialize in hormones, are relatively unsophisticated about and under-treat and under-diagnose men with low testosterone. Therefore, you want to be treated by a team that is comprehensive, nuanced, aggressive, reasoned, and medically sophisticated and safe in its approach. Learn More

Low Libido/Interest in Sex

Though society expects all men to want to have sex all of the time, this is often not the case. Many men suffer from a significantly decreased interest in sex (libido). The partners of these men often feel rejected, unattractive, and alone, and may be devastated. However, low sex drive may not be a reflection on the quality of the relationship or attraction, but often has underlying physical reasons. Our job, as a team (that includes you) is to figure out various contributing factors and address them, usually simultaneously. Learn More

Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation (P.E.) is no longer written off to completely psychological causes. We now know there are significant, if not primary, physical problems that contribute to premature ejaculation. A thorough medical evaluation and management program, using a team approach, is the only way to address this very common problem. With work and expertise, this problem can be managed. Learn More

Delayed Ejaculation

Delayed ejaculation is a medical condition in which a man is unable to ejaculate or has persistent difficulty ejaculating. possibly in all situations, but most commonly with intercourse. There is currently no “silver bullet” to cure delayed ejaculation. However, three keys to manage, and often overcome, it are medication, behavioral intervention, and hormonal therapy. These may be used individually, or together, and must be tailored to your specific needs. Learn More

Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s Disease is characterized by the development of a fibrotic plaque (scar tissue) or hard bump of the outer layer of the erection chambers in the penis. It is both a physically and psychologically devastating disorder that is associated with penile curvature and/or other shape changes, pain, and erectile dysfunction. Maximal management involves several methods, and expertise in both diagnosis and treatment.Learn More

Penile Rehabilitation

Penile rehabilitation is a fairly new concept in sexual medicine. It consists of medical and therapeutic treatments to restore penile health and function before, during or following surgery, trauma, illness, or even lack of use. No matter what the cause, penile rehabilitation is an important component in helping men regain satisfactory sexual function. Learn More

Exercise Physiology

Getting and maintaining an erection depends on an intact vasculature system. Accordingly, the functioning of your penis is  a good indicator of your overall vascular or heart function. Anything that is good for your heart, is good for your penis. So we take your overall vascular health very seriously. Our team includes an exercise physiologist who will review your diet and exercise habits, as well as perform sophisticated testing to determine your metabolic rate, vascular fitness, and overall fitness, if needed. We will also work with you to improve all of these parameters, which of course may also improve your sexual functioning (And the rest of your life.) Learn More

Sexual Education

Most men’s knowledge about sex and sexuality is pieced together from fragments, and is thus often incomplete or erroneous. Previous sexual experiences, possibly from childhood, may have a significant effect on current sexual functioning. Because relationships are often complicated, we also take a thorough sexual history as part of our evaluation. Throughout your treatment, we will continue to explore with you how to integrate the changes being made into your love life, and to further enhance it. Many of our patients have found our multi-modality approach life-altering in ways they never anticipated before they came in. Learn More


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