Men’s Health

Erectile Dysfunction Specialist in Long Island

Helping men throughout Long Island suffering from sexual dysfunction.

If you are suffering from an inability to get or maintain an erection, premature ejaculation, or other complications related to prostate issues and sexual health, Dr. David Peters can help! 

While most men can experience some occasional erection trouble, this is not necessarily a cause for concern. However, if erectile dysfunction problems persist often, it can negatively impact your intimate relationships and self-confidence.

We understand this is a sensitive topic, which is why our board-certified urologist Dr. Peters and his professional staff make your comfort a priority when visiting our urology clinic in Long Island, NY. Erectile dysfunction is a medical problem and requires a medical solution. Our comprehensive approach to the treatment of male impotence will help you to determine the most effective options for your sexual dysfunction. For more information on the ED treatment options we offer, call our office at (516) 758-8600 to schedule your consultation today! Dr. Peters provides care for men with ED in Long Island, Suffolk County, Garden City, and Southeast New York. 

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What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile Dysfunction: It’s common, and it’s treatable.

If you are dealing with erectile dysfunction (ED), you are not alone: nearly one in every four men over sixty-five will experience some degree of erectile dysfunction.1 Younger men often struggle with ED as well. By taking the time to educate yourself about ED, you’ve made an important first step in finding a solution to erectile dysfunction (impotence).

Erectile Dysfunction is the consistent inability to sustain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse.

Erectile Dysfunction can be:

  • A total inability to achieve an erection – You can never get an erection.
  • An inconsistent ability to do so – You can only occasionally get an erection.
  • A tendency to sustain only brief erections – You can get an erection, but can’t keep it long enough for satisfying sex.

What Causes ED?

As a result of recent medical research, it is now known that more than 80% of men suffering from ED can trace its origin to a physical problem or disorder.

For most men, the cause of ED can now be fairly easily identified. Once identified, proper treatment can be recommended that may help you return them to a satisfying sex life.

ED can be caused by physical disorders such as:

  • An injury (i.e. brain or spinal cord)
  • A disease (i.e. diabetes, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol)
    • Various studies have estimated that between 20% – 71% of individuals with diabetes suffer from erectile dysfunction.2
  • An operation (i.e. prostate gland removal)
  • Substance use (i.e. tobacco, drugs, alcohol or medications)

Other facts about Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence):

  • Approximately 30 million American men suffer from erectile dysfunction.
  • Most men with erectile dysfunction still have the ability to have an orgasm and father a child, but often have difficulty doing these things because they can’t get or sustain an erection.
  • Erectile dysfunction is not normal and is by no means an inevitable consequence of aging.
  • Most men at one time or another during their sexual lives are unable to get or keep an erection. This is normal and does not indicate a problem. However, millions of men of all ages experience this inability as a continuing problem.
  • In most cases, erectile dysfunction can be overcome.

  1. Rosen R, et al. The process of care model for evaluation and treatment of erectile dysfunction. Int’l J. Impotence Research. 1999; 11, 59-74,
  2. Penson D, et al. Erectile Dysfunction in Diabetic Patients. Diabetes Spectrum. 2004, Vol 17, No. 4, 225-230.

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Schedule a Consultation with Erectile Dysfunction Specialist Dr. Peters 

Don't let erectile dysfunction take away your spontaneity, contact Island Men's Health and speak with men's health specialist Dr. Peters and determine the treatment option best for you and your lifestyle. If you are located in Long Island, Suffolk County, Garden City, and Southeast New York, please call (516) 758-8600 to schedule a consultation at our urology clinic in Long Island, NY today.

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