Dr. Matthew McCormack Bio

After earning a Bachelor of Arts in history from Princeton University, Dr. Matthew McCormack went on to earn his medical degree at Stanford University in 2001. Following that, he remained at Stanford to complete his urologic residency during which his training included laparascopic renal surgery, robot assisted laparascopic techniques using the da Vinci® Surgical System, and other minimally invasive techniques in the treatment of a wide array of urologic disease. Dr. McCormack is board certified by the American Board of Urology, and he is a member of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons. His previous research interests focused on male factor infertility, and his work has been published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at international conferences.

Our Men’s Health Services Include:

Low Testosterone State (hypogonadism)

Male testosterone levels decrease with age, typically starting around age 30. This is often a gradual decline which typically manifests as decreases in libido (interest in sex), erectile function, energy, mood, muscle strength, and general sense of well being. Many men with hypogonadism may notice an increase in fatty deposits, especially around the midsection. Studies also suggest that restoring testosterone levels in men with hypogonadism may result not only in resolution of the above noted symptoms, but in other health benefits, such as increased bone mineral density, and protection against cardiovascular disease.

Testosterone replacement has proven to be a safe, easy, and effective treatment for hypogonadism. Dr. McCormack works with each client to determine the best method of testosterone replacement based on lifestyle and medication efficacy.

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)/”Impotence”

This condition affects millions of American men and increases in incidence with age. Perhaps greater than 50% of men over the age of 50 experience some form of ED. Erectile dysfunction may be defined by a wide array of complaints, such as inability to attain or maintain an erection satisfactory for sexual intercourse. Premature ejaculation is another associated complaint of some men. All forms of ED, regardless of cause, are treatable. Some common treatments are listed below.

  • Oral medicines
  • Urethral Suppositories
  • Vacuum Erection Device (VED)
  • Penile Injection Therapy
  • Penile Prosthesis

Circumcision (“cosmetic circumcision”)

Adult circumcision (surgical removal of excess foreskin of the penis) is performed for a variety of reasons, and it should always be performed with aesthetic considerations in mind. While this procedure is often performed for scarring or inflammation of the foreskin, many men choose circumcision for more personal reasons. Dr. McCormack has extensive experience in this procedure, and he is attentive to his patients’ particular requests and expectations.

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For more information about the men’s health treatments and procedures we offer, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Matthew McCormack, please contact our office today.