The Department of Urology has long specialized in the field of Men’s health, and our expert urologists have extensive experience and fellowship training in all areas of sexual and reproductive medicine. As a premier high-volume center in the Northwest offering these services, we receive extensive referrals for even the most challenging of cases. Some of the most common concerns that bring patients to our clinic include:
- Erectile dysfunction
- Vasectomy Reversal
- Male infertility
- Penile Prosthesis
- Low Testosterone
Our four fellowship-trained surgeons are experienced in all manner of medical and surgical treatments for these concerns, including minimally invasive procedures for BPH including laser TURP and robotic prostatectomy, minimally invasive and no-scalpel vasectomy, testosterone treatments including long-acting pellets, and treatments for male sexual function.
Dr. John Barry has been a faculty member in Urology at OHSU since 1973, and has made significant contributions to the understanding and treatment of a wide variety of urologic conditions. With extensive training and experience in the field of men’s health. Dr. Barry particularly specializes in erectile dysfunction, and is highly knowledgeable about its many diagnoses and treatments.
Dr. Jason Hedges specializes in men's sexual health, and has particular interest in vasectomy, vasectomy reversal, erectile dysfunction, Peyronie's disease, male infertility, prosthetic urology, and penile implants. He has advanced fellowship training in Andrology from Northwestern University, as well as a Ph.D. in Cell & Molecular Biology. He is committed to making men's sexual health care easily accessible, efficient, and effective.
Matthew Keeslar is a board certified Physician Assistant. He received his undergraduate degree in biology from Reed College and Master's degree in Physician Assistant Studies from OHSU. He attended the Juilliard School of Drama and worked as a professional actor prior to his current career path. Matthew enjoys the performing arts and spending time with his family.