Treatment / Care
You may be surprised at all the options for erectile dysfunction treatment. These articles are about treating the condition -- and caring for the people who have it.
Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction: Lifestyle Change
A better lifestyle may be all you need for stronger erections.
Sexual Pleasure with Impotence
Good things usually happen when an intimate couple sees a sex therapist.
What you need to know about drugs used to treat ED.
Penile implants are a real solution for most men. These are inflatable penile prosthetics in a self-contained, fluid-filled system such as the preferred Titan ® Touch by Coloplast. Learn more about penile implants.
Erectile Dysfunction Vacuums
Yes, it's the penis pump. Despite its drawbacks, the erectile dysfunction vacuum works very well for many men. Learn more about the pluses and minuses of this tried-and-true device.
Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Devices
There are more types than you may think. Learn more.
Erectile Dysfunction Surgery
Surgery can improve the blood flow to the penis, thus improving erections.
Natural Remedies for Erectile Dysfunction
You may want to try these natural remedies as alternative treatments for erectile dysfunction. Learn more.
New Impotence Treatments
See what's in the development pipeline as researchers race to bring new erectile dysfunction drugs to market.
Talking with Your Partner
It's called communication. Erectile dysfunction affects both partners in a relationship. Here's how to talk about it.
If Your Partner Has Erectile Dysfunction
Here's what you need to know if your partner suffers from erectile dysfunction.
A Woman's Point of View
Here's help for women whose partners suffer from erectile dysfunction.
About Philadelphia Urology Associates
Having two separate offices and physical locations in both Philadelphia and Darby allows Dr. Sloan the ability to treat patients throughout Philadelphia and the surrounding areas like Delaware County. If you have any questions about the treatments available for Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and its symptoms, or other urological disorders, we urge you to contact us now online or call us at (215) 563-1199 today to discuss how we can help you!