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Called “Straight Talk about E.D.,” the seminar is at 6 p.m. at the Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging building at
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The seminar will feature a presentation from UAMS’ John R. Delk II, M.D., a pioneer in the field of erectile dysfunction and prosthetic urology, with decades of experience and thousands of patients treated.
“If you are concerned about erectile dysfunction, this seminar is for you,” said Delk, who is renowned for his surgical solutions for erectile dysfunction and male and female incontinence.
The seminar will focus on the causes of E.D. and treatment options. Delk notes that E.D. is not a natural consequence of aging and that more than 30 million American men have the condition. Prescription medicines may provide an answer for many men, but when a surgical solution is the only option, the implants used by Delk have a more than 90 percent satisfaction rate for his patients and their partners.
Last year Delk became the inaugural recipient of the Steven K. Wilson, M.D., Chair of Prosthetic Urology at UAMS. Wilson, also a clinical professor of urology at UAMS, is an internationally known expert in the treatment of erectile dysfunction and incontinence. He and Delk co-authored the book “Ending E.D. & Incontinence,” written as a guide for the general public.
Delk, a board-certified urologist, has conducted multiple research studies since 1991 ranging from medical devices to new medications for treating erectile dysfunction and incontinence. In addition, Delk has lectured and conducted surgical workshops in the
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