NEW ORLEANS UROLOGIST
DR. NEIL BAUM
Welcome to the website of Dr. Baum; a nationally recognized urologist, speaker and author with over 30 years of experience.
My practice offers a full range of urologic services. However, I an extensive experience on treating and managing the following conditions: low testosterone, the enlarged prostate gland, erectile dysfunction impotence and vasectomy.
We encourage you to browse through our site for a comprehensive overview of our team members, the clinical and academic services we offer, as well as the new Patients page so that we may schedule an appointment and address your urological concerns.
Dr. Baum and his team are committed to providing the highest quality of urology medical services in a compassionate and caring environment.
Book an appointment online today or
Call Dr. Baum at 1-888-247-7075
DIRECTIONS TO OUR NEW ORLEANS OFFICE
Urologist New Orleans Dr. Baum is located at 3525 Prytania Street, Suite 614, in the Touro Medical Office Building. The office is located across the street from Touro Infirmary.
The office is located at the corner of Delachaise and Prytania. The parking garage is next to the office building. Park in the garage and take the elevator to the first floor and enter the office building and use the office building elevators to take you to the sixth floor.
WHAT PATIENTS ARE SAYING...
You turned my life around
Dr. Baum has taken care of my elderly father for many years. He has an elevated PSA level but Dr. Baum has explained the concept of "wacthful waiting" and I and my father appreciate this plan of management.
Drip, Drip, Drip-When the Prostate Gland Causes Constant Dribbling
Some men have a blockage to the flow of urine and the bladder no matter how much it contracts or squeezes cannot fully empty the urine contents residing in the bladder. As a result, there may be a constant dribbling of urine. This is referred to as overflow incontinence. Overflow incontinence is more common in older men and is often due to an enlarged prostate.
5 Things Men Should Know About Benign Prostate Gland Enlargement
Benign enlargement of the prostate gland is natural consequence of aging. Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) will be present in about one quarter of men by the time they reach the age of 55. This figure reaches 50% of all men age 75 and older. The prostate gland that produces fluid for the transport of sperm and surrounds the urethra that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the body, can have a tendency to grow with age for reasons not entirely known and results in compression of the urethra resulting in symptoms of decrease in urine flow, dribbling after urination, and getting up at night to urinate. Here are 5 facts men should know about their prostate and benign enlargement of the prostate gland:
Low Testosterone (T)
Women experience menopause and men also have a fall in their testosterone the male hormone produced in the testicles, also decreases a small amount after age 30 but becomes symptomatic around age 50. The problem affects millions of American men who have decreased sex drive, lethargy, loss of muscle mass, decrease in bone density, and even irritabilitydepression. The diagnosis is easily made and help is available to nearly all men who suffer from low “T” levels.
The most common urologic procedure is vasectomy or male sterilization which is performed on over 500,000 men every year. We offer the no-scalpel, no-needle technique which causes little pain and discomfort, almost no bleeding, and can be done in the office in an outpatient setting in minutes.
Enlarged Prostate Gland (T)
Benign enlargement of the prostate gland affects nearly 35 million American men. In the past the procedure of choice was a surgical procedure, transurethral resection of the prostate gland, which is often referred to as the rotor router procedure. Now a new first line treatment is the prostate urethral lift, or PUL. Please contact us if you would like more information on this procedure and you can receive a DVD and more material that explains this effective treatment option.
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Impotence
ED affects more than 30 million American men….and also a problem that affects their partners. ED is a common problem in men with diabetes, high blood pressure, and a side effect of hundreds of medications. Men can easily be evaluated in the outpatient setting and can often receive treatment on the first visit to the office. For men who have tried Viagra, Levitra, or Cialis but did not receive the results they were looking for, they need to know that there are other treatment options. My message to you is that men who have ED do not need to suffer the “tragedy of the bedroom”. Help is available for nearly every man.
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Rev. Harold Rapp
An Amazing, Friendly & Competent Doctor
“I have been a patient of Dr. Baum’s for more than 20 years. Although going to a doctor is not my favorite thing to do, I really enjoy visiting Dr. Baum and his wonderful staff. As a matter of fact, as a minister I often talk about Dr. Baum from my puloit as he is such an amazing, friendly, and competent doctor. I couldn’t recommend a urologist more highly.”
14, April 2016
I Am Loyal To Dr Baum
” I have been a patient of Dr. Baum for several years. During that time I have been completely satisfied with his expertise and the operation of his office. Doctor Baum provides timely visits with the attention and care that a patient desires. In all, am completly satisfied with his expert car“
5, April 2016
Staff Shows Real Concern
” Always friendly and making you feel like family. Training is all around you from the time to enter the office until you leave. The people working here are concerned about your well being and i get the feeling they are sincere.. I would recommend Dr Baum to anyone.”
17, March 2016
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3525 Prytania St, Suite 614
New Orleans, LA 70115
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