Men’s Health & Urology Care
As a leader in the field of men’s health, Dr. Wierschem has helped thousands of men with sexual health issues using the latest in medical technology. He has devoted his practice to the diagnosis, treatment, and education of men on issues such as ED, BPH, Low-T, and prostate cancer.
Dr. Wierschem is one of the very few qualified specialists offering this exciting and safe office-based treatment for penile enhancement. Patients have come to him from across the country with very satisfying results.
Erectile dysfunction is nothing to be embarrassed about and is usually easily treated. Dr. Wierschem is experienced in many different treatment options and is one of the top penile implant providers in North Texas. He also offers progressive treatments such as the P-Shot®, Shock Wave Therapy, and Peptide therapy.
When scar tissue develops under the skin of the penis due to trauma or minor injury, Peyronie’s disease may occur. This can result in the penis becoming bent or indented during an erection, which can cause increased pain or difficulty with intercourse.
As men grow older, many will begin to have difficulty with urination. Some of these symptoms include a weak stream, straining, urgency, and frequency. Dr. Wierschem has extensive experience with BPH and offers a variety of treatments including laser ablation and Rezum®.
Prostate cancer is the second most common type of cancer in men and affects almost 175,000 new men every year. Dr. Wierschem and his colleagues at Texas Urology Associates offer the most innovative diagnostic studies and comprehensive treatment options in the country.
Almost all men experience a drop in testosterone as they age. However, an extreme loss of testosterone can lead to many side effects such as fatigue, low sex drive, and mood changes. Many treatment options exist and the doctor will review these with you to determine the most appropriate plan.
Kidney stones are a serious condition that sends more than half a million people to the emergency room every year. Not only do they cause pain, but kidney stones can block the urinary tract, leading to severe infection.
The medical term “hematuria” is used whenever an individual has blood in their urine. This symptom may present itself visually, or it can also exist in microscopic quantities that may only be identified during laboratory testing.