Board-certified urologist Dr. Desi Avila is one of Phoenix’s leading men’s health specialists
At Ironwood Urology, Dr. Desiderio (Desi) Avila is committed to the complete evaluation and treatment of men’s health conditions. As the only fellowship-trained men's fertility specialist to arrive in Phoenix, Arizona for over 15 years, Dr. Avila focuses on all aspects of men's health, including vasectomy, vasectomy reversal, male infertility, low testosterone, erectile dysfunction, penile prosthetic surgery, Peyronie’s disease, prostate health, and robotic urological surgery.
Welcome to Ironwood Urology
Comprehensive Men’s Health Services in Phoenix, Arizona
Established in 1994, Ironwood Urology provides the highest quality patient-focused men’s health care in the Phoenix area. Board-certified urologist Dr. Desi Avila specializes in vasectomy, vasectomy reversal, and male infertility. He also treats common and uncommon conditions in men such as low testosterone, erectile dysfunction, prostate cancer, Peyronie’s disease, and more.
Dr. Avila is highly skilled in both non-surgical and surgical treatments for men’s health conditions. He has advanced training in minimally invasive robotic urological surgery and microsurgical procedures. After a comprehensive evaluation, Dr. Avila will fully explain the risks and benefits of your treatment options so you can make an informed decision.
Dr. Avila’s goal is to improve the health and well-being of his patients so they can enjoy life to the fullest, with confidence and vigor. He understands how difficult it can be for men to seek help for health problems of a sensitive nature, and he will treat you with respect and patience while maintaining confidentiality at all times. To make an appointment with Dr. Desi Avila at Ironwood Urology in Phoenix, call (480) 961-2323 or request an appointment online.
One of the most troubling health problems some men face is erectile dysfunction (ED) – the inability to attain and maintain an erection, preventing a man from having or finishing sexual intercourse. While any men might experience erectile dysfunction occasionally due to stress, fatigue, alcohol, or emotional issues, some men have recurring episodes of ED that occur at least 25 percent