Welcome to The Iowa Clinic Men's Center
The Iowa Clinic Men’s Center is proud to Host the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk
Join us in the fight against prostate cancer on Saturday, September 16, 2017 at Principal Park. The event starts at 9:00 a.m. and is fun for the entire family.
To register visit: ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk Registration
The Iowa Clinic Men’s Center is not a physical location but rather a philosophy – the Men’s Center is dedicated to service the unique health needs of men.
In addition to Central Iowa’s largest team of board-certified urologists, The Iowa Clinic has more than 200 board-certified and board eligible physicians and healthcare providers to give you direct access to our specialties – all within the same comprehensive team.
We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of diseases and conditions such as urology, erectile dysfunction, infertility and low testosterone, prostate cancer and vasectomies.
We value the patient-provider relationship and invite you to get to know our team of Men’s Center doctors and providers by watching their video bios. At The Iowa Clinic we look forward to providing care through our commitment to the Five Star Experience. Schedule your appointment today.
The Iowa Clinic Men’s Center was established to service the unique health needs of men in Central Iowa. The foundation of the Men’s Center is built on a tradition of excellence by the team of board-certified urologists from The Iowa Clinic. In addition to the urologists, who are experts when it comes to many of the unique health needs of men, The Iowa Clinic has more than 160 physicians and healthcare providers dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of many other diseases and conditions.
When you make the choice to see an Iowa Clinic provider, you can have the confidence in knowing that your doctor is part of a comprehensive team of specialists. If a health problem is discovered, you will have direct access to a team of specialists and healthcare providers all working together.
Whether it’s your child who is sick or you’re a little under the weather, The Iowa Clinic has a healthcare provider available for you.
How common is ED?
One in five men suffers from some degree of erectile dysfunction.
Does prostate cancer lead to ED?
Erectile dysfunction and prostate cancer are both common as men age. Though they are generally unrelated, some treatment options for prostate cancer may contribute to erectile dysfunction.
Is ED a natural part of aging?
ED can become more common with age; however it’s not considered a natural part of aging. Some men will avoid ED all together.
Does insurance cover the cost of treatment?
Treatment for ED is covered by most insurance policies, however there are some that do not. It’s important for patients to check their individual policy coverage or talk to a representative from our billing department who can help clarify the coverage.
Is a consult necessary?
Is a vasectomy reversible?
Although vasectomy is considered to be permanent sterilization, it can be successfully reversed.
Does insurance cover male sterilization?
While vasectomy is covered by most insurance policies, patients should check their individual policy coverage to confirm if it is in fact covered.
Is a vasectomy painful?
Most men feel little, if any, pain with a vasectomy. Typically Tylenol or Advil afterwards is sufficient
How long is recovery?
There is very little recovery with vasectomy. Most who have the procedure can go back to work within a day or two.
Am I immediately sterile and how do I know?
No, it takes about 3 months to become completely sterile. After roughly 8 to 10 weeks, a sample will need to be provided in order for your physician to confirm sterilization.
What are the signs of low testosterone in men?
There are both sexual and non-sexual symptoms of Low T. Sexual symptoms include: poor erectile function, low libido (sexual desire) and weaker/fewer erections. Non-sexual symptoms include: increased body fat, decreased energy, reduced muscle mass and depression.
How is Low T diagnosed?
A simple blood test can diagnose Low T.
Scheduling an Appointment
You can schedule an appointment with a urologist or primary care provider by calling 515-875-9801. You do not need a referral to be seen by a urologist. If a more serious health problem is discovered that requires expertise outside of the field of urology or primary care, our physicians have direct access to more than 160 specialists.
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Services & Treatments
When you establish a relationship with a primary care provider, you are making a life-long connection with a medical expert who will follow your care for the long term. Our primary care providers are capable of treating a variety of complex medical issues, including:
General Health & Preventive Medicine
- Cardiovascular Disease
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