Dr. Stahl is a board-certified urologist and nationally recognized leader in male reproductive medicine, surgery for male infertility, testosterone deficiency, and male sexual dysfunction. He is a member of multiple national and international urology organizations and author of more than 50 journal articles and textbook chapters about men’s urological health. Prior to entering private practice, Dr. Stahl served as Associate Professor of Urology and Director of Male Reproductive & Sexual Medicine at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons/New York-Presbyterian Hospital from 2012-2020. Dr. Stahl's academic interests include the genetics of male subfertility, development of new diagnostic tests to guide the treatment of subfertile men, fertility preservation for male patients with cancer, and the effectiveness of varicocelectomy for the treatment of testicular dysfunction.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Columbia University Medical Center Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
American Board of Urology
Dr. Stahl completed his undergraduate studies at Cornell University, where he played competitive tennis. Dr. Stahl subsequently attended medical school and completed his urology residency at NewYork Presbyterian-Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. Following residency, he completed two years of fellowship training in male reproductive medicine and microsurgery under the world-renowned Marc Goldstein, MD and Peter Schlegel, MD at the Center for Reproductive Medicine and Microsurgery at Weill Cornell. He received additional training during fellowship in male sexual medicine and penile prosthetic surgery from world-renowned expert John Mulhall, MD at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
Men are far less likely than women to make a priority of having regular medical examinations by a Primary Care Doctor or Internist. Men typically avoid going to the doctor. Regular and proactive healthcare screenings can provide early detection and diagnosis of medical conditions that are particular to men, such as testicular and prostate cancer, and heart disease.
Urologists specialize in treating urinary tract conditions in men and women as well as reproductive issues in men. Men typically see Urologists for conditions such as enlarged prostates, kidney stones, urinary tract cancer as well as male infertility and sexual dysfunctions.
Regular urological examinations can anticipate and initiate the early treatment of metabolic diseases; erectile dysfunction is often an early indicator of heart disease and diabetes.
Urologists play a significant role in maintaining men’s health by anticipating and treating a wide range of urological conditions and diseases. In addition to administering therapeutic treatment, a Urologist’s most important function is preventing urological and other disorders by advising and monitoring lifestyle best practices.
To become a Urologist a doctor must complete a Urology residency and may subsequently obtain specialized training in a Urology Fellowship program. After passing a Board examination, they are certified by the American Board of Urology.
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