Read in article in which A/Prof Katz is quoted regarding the shockwave therapy treatment for Erectile Dysfunction.
Read an article about A/Prof Katz is interviwed for his expert opinion by the Australian Financial Review regarding a new Erectile Dysfunction Treatment
Read an article about A/Prof Katz in the Leading Herald Sun Newspaper about his success with Micro-TESE for a patient who thought he could never be a father. The patient is now a father of 3 children.
A/Prof Katz was invited to be interviewed by a journalist on behalf of the Continence Foundation of Australia. This was published in the prestigious Bridge Journal which is a publication of the Continence Foundation of Australia
The Healthy Male is an Australian Government Department of Healthorganisation who asked A/Prof Katz to comment on Prostate Supplements.
In this interview with the famous social media icon - "Infertility Man", A/Prof Katz discusses many aspects of Male Infertility and micro-surgery. This video has been viewed 1000's of times.
Watch A/Prof Katz interviewed on Channel 10's The Project for his expert opinion on whether Covid is associated with Erectile Dysfunction.
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WATCH A/Prof Katz BE INTERVIEWED ON CHANNEL'S 10 "THE PROJECT" ABOUT MALE INFERTILITY AND DIET.
LISTEN TO A/Prof Katz BEING INTERVIEWED BY ABC ON MALE FERTILITY
A popular erectile dysfunction medication has just become more affordable for the 20 per cent of Australian men suffering from the condition.
The Melbourne couple were doing IVF in a desperate attempt to have a baby. After trying to conceive naturally "for ages", Anthony, 39, and Marie decided to get tested at the same time. Anthony's sperm analysis came back at zero.
Cancer surgery is a major part of the urological discipline, so going through urology training, I, like many other trainees, had my sights set on urological cancer surgery. I therefore decided to move to the US to do a 12-month research fellowship in minimally invasive cancer surgery. While undertaking this work, I was exposed to an area of urology that I had not experienced to a significant degree in Australia – survivorship urology, which focuses on optimising a patient’s quality of life before, during and after cancer treatments.
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As women’s biological clocks tick seemingly faster than men’s, it’s fairly common for men to get taken out of the infertility picture.
Men’s Health Melbourne a urologist and male fertility microsurgeon, A/Prof Katz, claims lack of education has increased the stereotype of infertility always falling into the woman’s hands.
A live demonstration by A/Prof Katz at a urology conference held delegates’ attention and broke their hearts at the same time.
A/Prof Katz is a urological surgeon who serves as Medical Director of Men’s Health Melbourne. He is a very approachable urologist who understands the importance of providing patients with the highest standards of multi-disciplinary care.
FERTILITY is a particularly pertinent consideration for adolescents and young adults diagnosed with cancer at an age when they might not have considered future fatherhood.
Learning that cancer, or its treatment, might put fertility at risk can be confronting. However, as steps can be taken to preserve fertility, it’s an important conversation for these young people to have with their doc-tors and families.
Heard of walk in, walk out vasectomies and wondered if the process is really that simple?
It’s said to be relatively painless, and only require 10 minutes at the doctor’s office.
A/Prof Katz speak at public health forum with cricketer Merv Hughes and Dr Feelgood called Men’s Health at the “G” about men’s health issues at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.