This is an online service where men can discuss their sexual health concerns with a medical consultant.
The aim is to understand the nature of the problem and provide advice about further assessment and management.
The consultant, Dr Paul Arduca, established the Men’s Health Clinic at the Freemasons Hospital in East Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in 1995, after 15 years in general practice. He has a medical degree (MB BS) and a Master’s degree in Public Health (MPH) from Melbourne University, and a Diploma in Venereology from Monash University.
He has consulted at the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre and has co- authored a Master Program on men’s sexual health. He has lectured to doctors in China, South Korea, Singapore and Malaysia as well as Australia, and has published articles in the European Journal of Sexology and in the Australian Family Physician.
He currently consults at the Epworth/Freemasons Hospital Men’s Health Clinic.
Some men have difficulty in expressing their concerns, especially in regards to sexual matters.
Men’s Health Clinic aims to provide information and insights into men’s sexual health concerns, some of the most common being:
- Premature Ejaculation, Difficulty with Ejaculation
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Disorders affecting libido or desire
Here at Men’s Health Clinic, consulting with the doctor involves 3 Stages.
Stage 1: We first begin with a preliminary questionnaire to examine the symptoms and help to understand the problem(s).
Stage 2: This is followed by private online consultation to establish the nature of the problem in greater detail.
Stage 3: As a result, the doctor will offer recommendations and possible solutions to the patient.