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 great guys — easy to talk to, non-judgmental and passionately committed to finding the best possible treatment. Our staff includes 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
Treating your Low T can dramatically change your life. But only if it’s treated properly. Because Low T is a complicated condition that presents differently in different men. Just checking your testosterone level will be of limited use unless someone has the expertise to understand it within the context of your overall health. And a treatment plan can’t be optimized unless a specialist continually monitors and calibrates it to achieve the best possible results.
Not sure if you have Low T? Take our Low T Symptoms Quiz.
Because there are many factors that can contribute to low sex drive, effective treatment plans begin with a thorough evaluation and usually involve a combination of different treatments. It is never a “one-size-fits-all” approach but fortunately, for the majority of the men we see, the underlying causes of low libido can be diagnosed and successfully addressed. Learn More
Roughly 20-30% of men suffer from premature ejaculation (PE)16. PE used to be attributed completely to psychological causes, but we now know that is not the case. The most important thing to keep in mind is this: Even when PE cannot be cured, it can be managed successfully. We just need to figure out which approaches work best for you. Learn More
There is currently no “silver bullet” to cure delayed ejaculation. However, it can be managed, and sometimes even overcome, using a combination of medication, behavioral intervention, and hormonal therapy that is tailored to suit your specific needs. Learn More
Peyronie’s Disease (curvature of the penis) is treatable. We just need to find the least invasive approach that works for you. Maximal treatment always begins with an extremely thorough evaluation and usually involves a combination of different treatment methods. Most men can see significant improvement without surgery. No matter what, if you are adequately motivated, you will be able to get an erection. Learn More
Just because you have been treated for prostate cancer, doesn’t mean you have to suffer with erectile dysfunction. The important thing to remember is that active and immediate rehabilitation will maximize your long term sexual functioning and allow you to be sexually active right away. Learn More
There is a science to exercise that is often overshadowed by the more superficial “quickest ways to lose weight” angle often featured in the media. However, when approached comprehensively and monitored carefully, exercise can dramatically improve your treatment outcomes as well as your overall sexual and reproductive health. Learn More
Because most men received very little sex education growing up, their knowledge is sometimes incomplete or even incorrect. At Maze, patient education is at the heart of all we do. You will become a partner in your treatment as you learn about your body. And throughout your treatment, we will continue to explore with you how to integrate all the positive changes being made into your sex life. Learn More
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Last updated: December 2023