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I am with the Rockwell Centers of Sexual Medicine. In my practice I provide state of the art care, and expert service in a comfortable and compassionate atmosphere. I believe that patients should have a thorough understanding of their problem and also have the time to discuss options with their physician. I also feel strongly that a patient's treatment should be individualized based on their medical needs and goals to achieve the best results.
Paul Gittens, MD, FACS, is a board certified urologist with a specialty fellowship in male and female sexual medicine, male infertility and microsurgery. He has been awarded Philadelphia Magazine's top doctor award since 2014, and CNN health stated he is " one of the nation’s leading sexual medicine physicians". His practice is the region's only center that focuses on sexual medicine for men and women and male infertility. Women - Dr. Gittens treats women with complaints of low libido, problems with arousal and orgasm, vaginal dryness, and pain with intercourse. He also focuses on menopause and hormonal therapy for women. Dr. Gittens offers a sexual health after cancer program and sexual health after breast cancer for women who are on hormonal therapy, or who have had chemotherapy. Men - Dr. Gittens, also focuses on men for a host of sexual complaints such as premature ejaculation, low testosterone, chronic pelvic pain (chronic prostatitis) and orgasmic dysfunction. He provides advanced treatments for erectile dysfunction such as low intensity shockwave therapy, PlateletRich Plasma and a host of other regenerative therapies. Dr. Gittens is a leading expert in treating testicular and groin pain. He is one of the few fellowship trained physicians in male infertility in the region. For men with fertility difficulties he offers a number of options such as the microscopic varicocelectomy , vasectomy reversal, microscopic testicular extraction and a number of sperm extraction methods. Dr. Gittens is a previous assistant professor of urology and obstetrics and gynecology at Albert Einstein School of Medicine in New York City. At that time he was also the director of Sexual Dysfunction, Andrology and Male Infertility. Dr. Gittens is a member of American Urological Society, Sexual Medicine Society of North America. He is an overseas volunteer for medical missions and a well-known lecturer. He is currently an assistant clinical professor of urology and obstetrics and gynecology at Drexel University in Philadelphia.