Overview

Overview

Proud to be part of the Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute

Specialists in the Center for Men’s Health address urologic conditions that specifically affect men such as voiding dysfunction, erectile dysfunction, low testosterone, chronic testicular pain, benign prostatic enlargement (BPH) or chronic prostatitis. The center offers the latest technology for treating these urological conditions.

The Men’s Health Clinic offers a team-based approach to address men’s health concerns. Since urologic conditions are often directly linked to other health issues, patients have the ability to schedule appointments with multiple providers, all in the same visit. The clinic offers providers from multiple specialties including urology, cardiology and endocrinology, as well as a psychologist who specializes in men’s sexual health and a dietician who specializes in nutrition and dietary needs for diabetic men and those with a high BMI. Pelvic floor physical therapy is also offered. Providing access to multiple specialists in a single location improves access, reduces costs and improves outcomes. Blood work and other tests are completed ahead of time.

What We Treat

What We Treat

Dr. Drogo Montague discusses treatment options for erectile dysfunction.

Conditions

Treatments

Our Team

Our Team

Daniel Shoskes , MD
Director, The Novick Center for Clinical and Translational Research; Center Director, Center for Men's Health
Drogo Montague , MD
Center for Men's Health
Michelle Angie , CNP
Certified Nurse Practitioner
Robert Dolinga , PA-C
Physicians Assistant
Kathryn Dunlap , PA-C
Certified Physician Assistant
Brandon Mooney , PA-C
Physicians Assistant

Affiliated Staff

Fact Sheets

Fact Sheets

Find out answers to questions regarding cancer, sexual well being, penis health and other conditions that impact a large number of men.

LGBT Services

LGBT Services

Working directly with Cleveland Clinic’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Clinic, our specialists address barriers to care for gay and bisexual men and examine new ways to tailor their care.

The LGBT men’s urology clinic at the Cleveland Clinic Lakewood Family Health Center provides comprehensive and compassionate care for populations that have been traditionally underserved and understudied in a safe, welcoming and confidential environment.