Welcome to MD for Men
“State-of-the-Art Care” for Men’s Prostate Health in NM
Dr. Wayne Kuang,
honored to be designated as the VERY prestigious
“UroLift Center of Excellence“
and what that means for men suffering from BPH across New Mexico. Urolift offers a non-surgical approach to enlarged prostate!
UroLift for BPH
MD for Men: Dedicated to Men’s Health
Meet Dr. Kuang... Cordially Invited to MD for Men
Dr. Kuang on TV show "Good Day New Mexico"
Men's Health on Abq's Morning Brew TV Show
Prostate Cancer Screening Saves Lives!
Men go thru Manopause
Why Men don't seek Help
No Needle Vasectomy
It’s all about Men
Erectile dysfunction (impotence) occurs when a man can no longer get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse.
Having erection trouble from time to time isn’t necessarily a cause for concern.
But if erectile dysfunction is an ongoing problem, it may cause stress, cause relationship problems or affect your self-confidence.
The decision to proceed with a vasectomy is a very personal one.
So it is important that you have a clear understanding of what a vasectomy is and what it is not.
The following will provide you with information that will assist you in deciding whether or not a vasectomy is an appropriate form of contraception for you.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a common urological condition caused by the non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland as men get older. As the prostate enlarges, it can squeeze down on the urethra.
The symptoms associated with BPH are known as lower urinary tract symptoms.
This can cause men to have trouble urinating and leads to symptoms of BPH.
Wayne Kuang, MD – CEO and Founder
Wayne Kuang MD is the only fellowship-trained men’s health specialist in New Mexico specializing in testosterone rebalancing, erectile dysfunction, prostate health and no-needle vasectomy.
After completing his undergraduate studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he received his medical degree from Stanford University. Dr. Kuang then pursued his urology residency at the Cleveland Clinic to become a board-certified urologist then specialized in men’s health with an andrology/infertility fellowship also at the Cleveland Clinic.
Desiring to change the way men perceive and receive health care, he founded MD for Men which aims to empower men with the tools to evolve fearlessly into the best version of themselves to positively impact personal, professional, community and global relationships. When not tackling the entrepreneurial challenges of this cutting-edge center of excellence, he can probably be found up in the mountains trail-running, snowboarding or backpacking. The only other place he could be is home playing guitar & cajon with his boys.
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MD for Men’s Complete Tool Box to Tackle Your Erectile Dysfunction
WELCOME TO THE ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION DISCUSSION
WHAT IS ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION?
While the medical history of your ED can offer many clues to what the problem may be, the use of Penile Ultrasound has really taken our clinical game to the next level. Using the technology that allows us to hear the heart beat of baby in a mother’s womb, we can now listen the blood flowing into AND out of the penis. As a result, we can better define the underlying problem as being one of three things:
- An Inflow Problem (aka Arterial Insufficiency): Commonly seen with guys with heart disease!
- An Outflow Problem (aka Venous Leak): An unfortunate part of the aging process of MANopause!
- A combination of both Poor Flow In and Too Much Blood Leaking Out!
Find out more about what is going on down below with the help of technology. Let the data drive the decision making to help bring intimacy back into your life!
WHAT ARE SOME OPTIONS?
There are options! There is hope for so many of our men that face the challenge of ED. Stop by and learn more about…
- Nitric Oxide Boosting Supplements
- Pills That Can Raise Your Game
- Vacuum Erection Devices
- Penile Injections
While they don’t treat the underlying cause, they can sure help temporize the issue while we figure out if a biological treatment to improve blood flow with AlphaWave TM or penile implants may be the long term solution you are looking for!
"IT FELT LIKE A FUNERAL, LIKE THAT PART OF MY (SEX) LIFE WAS DEAD!"
I’m like okay I can do this…
I can make this work.
AlphaWaveTM - LOW- INTENSITY THERAPY!
This breakthrough noninvasive medical therapy uses low-intensity shockwave therapy to enhance sexual performance and treat Erectile Dysfunction (ED) symptoms. In fact for 2018, it is now part of the clinical treatement guidelines for ED in Europe!
This has been a game changer for guys who are tired of throwing Band-Aids at the problem in their penis. Many are looking for some therapy that can actually biologically treat the underlying blood flow problems.
Thankfully, AlphaWave TM can enhance a man’s performance by using high-frequency acoustic waves by…
- Mechanically, AlphaWaves TM can clear out the “sludge” in the penile arteries to get more blood flowing through them to accelerate penile filling!
- Biochemically, AlphaWaves TM are triggering the Regenerative Response to heal your existing blood vessels as well as stimulate the growth of brand new blood vessels! Very cool!
Note: AlphaWave TM Therapy is often done in conjunction with Platelet-Rich Plasm injections of the penis! This is the same Regenerative Medicine injections that famous athletes like Peyton Manning, Tiger Woods & Steph Curry used to accelerate the healing process in their injured joints, back and neck to get them back in the game!
PENILE IMPLANTS: THE ULTIMATE SOLUTION!
Penile implants are devices placed inside the penis to allow men with erectile dysfunction (ED) to get an erection. Penile implants are typically recommended after other treatments for ED fail.
There are two main types of penile implants, semirigid and inflatable. Each type of penile implant works differently and has various pros and cons.
The placement of penile implants requires surgery. Before choosing penile implants, make sure you understand what surgery involves, including possible risks, complications and follow-up care.