Robert J. Cornell, MD, PA
Erectile Dysfunction
Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
Prostate Cancer
Low T
Men's Health
Kidney Stones
Urinary Incontinence / Overactive Bladder
Women's Health
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Robert J. Cornell, MD
Urologist Robert J. Cornell, MD Dr. Cornell is a board-certified urologist practicing in downtown Houston, Texas. He completed his residency training at Baylor College of Medicine in the Scott Department of Urology and his general surgical training in the Michael E. DeBakey Department of General Surgery.

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Prosthetic Urology Specialist
Penile ImplantsDr. Cornell is respected as one of the nation's foremost prosthetic urologists. He specializes in placing both the three-piece inflatable penile implant and artificial urinary sphincter (AUS) through a single scrotal incision in a single surgical procedure.

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Prostate Cancer
Prostate CancerAdenocarcinoma of the prostate is the clinical term for cancerous tumor of the prostate. Prostate cancer confined to the gland is usually curable. According to the American Cancer Society (ACS),
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VasectomyVasectomy represents the most definitive form of male contraception. This 10-15 minute procedure is usually completed in the office under local anesthesia without the need for a scalpel incision. This "no-scalpel" technique permits access to each vas deferens-the tube carrying sperm from the epididymis/testis to the urethra-through

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InterStim® Sacral Neuromudulation
InterStim® Sacral Neuromudulation Over 30 million people in the United States suffer from urinary incontinence or overactive bladder (OAB). This condition is far more prevalent in women than men. In the general population, age 15 to 64 years, 10-30% of women, versus 1.5% of men are affected. Those with OAB often experience

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BPH - Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) BPH is not simply a case of too many prostate cells. Prostate growth involves hormones, occurs in different types of tissue (e.g. muscular, glandular), and affects each man differently. Because of these differences, treatment will vary in each case.
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Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence
Post-prostatectomy urinary incontinence (PPI) is the involuntary leakage of urine following radical prostatectomy to treat prostate cancer. PPI represents a specific form of stress urinary incontinence where increased abdominal pressure from a cough, sneeze, or simple physical straining results in the leakage of urine

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Kidney Stones
Kidney StonesKidney stones are one of the most common disorders of the urinary tract. It is estimated that 10 percent of all people in the United States will have a kidney stone at some point in time. Men tend to be affected more frequently than women
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"I have been a patient of Dr. Cornell for many years. He has expertly and compassionately solved my difficult kidney stone problems. Not only a Doctor, but a Gentleman, and now like a family member too..."

"You can trust Dr. Cornell to treat you with care and compassion."

"...without reservation I have recommended Dr. Cornell to my friends and my family."

– Desiree - Katy, Texas

"Inflatable Penile Prosthesis - very successful"

"It works very well with no side effects and doesn’t impede on any of my activities. It is much easier and less stressful to go on with intimate life after prostate surgery with this implant. I am very pleased with this implant and feel it was the best option as opposed to other choices for ED out there. I feel very confident that if I were to experience any problem with it Dr. Cornell would be able to solve it. I would definitely recommend this implant and Dr. Cornell to any friend or family."

– Tim - Orange, Texas

"Dr. Cornell put me at ease immediately, which made me very comfortable discussing my erectile dysfunction and PE problems with him. I did not feel hurried and was very satisfied with the multiple options presented."

"I have complete confidence in Dr. Cornell and the recommended treatment. I will gladly recommend Dr. Cornell to my friends and family."

– Bill - Humble, Texas

"I recently had surgery to solve a years old erectile dysfunction problem I have endured. Dr. Cornell listened to all the facts, ran some tests,and offered multiple solutions. I chose the surgery option for a penile prosthesis. Yesterday, I had my one month follow-up visit. I am extremely pleased with the results and wish that I had done it years earlier. Dr. Cornell is extremely knowledgeable, highly trained,and I believe to be an expert in his field.  I HIGHLY RECOMMEND HIM."

– M. C. - Houston, Texas

"I am an internal medicine physician practicing in rural Maine. One of my patients recently came to me complaining of erectile dysfunction and urinary issues related to prostate cancer. This patient wanted to go the best urologist in this field regardless of geographic location. Although there would be many miles to travel, there was only one urologist I trusted to deal with these issues, Dr Robert Cornell."

"Dr Cornell is the best in the country and his expertise is unparalleled. But perhaps equally important, he puts the patient first. He is compassionate, empathetic and caring. My patient felt immediately at ease and appreciated the personalized one on one attention given by Dr. Cornell. Such attention, unfortunately, is becoming more and more infrequent in today's medical climate. The people in Texas are very fortunate to have such a resource."

"I will continue to recommend my patients make the trip to Houston to get the very best specialized urologic services available today."

– Dr. Stephen J. Goss
Franklin Health Internal Medicine
Farmington, Maine

"I am being treated by Dr. Cornell for my incontinence and ED due to prostate cancer. His state of the art treatments along with his kind and knowledgeable demeanor instantly put me at ease. His staff is cordial and efficient."

"I am so glad I made the trip from Maine to be treated by, in my opinion the best in his field."

– Richard A. - Industry, Maine

"I had successful IPP surgery in 2011. While it does take a little time to get use to the implant, I am glad I had the surgery. I no longer have to take pills that sometimes did not work. The device works every time I choose to use it."

"If you are having trouble with ED, I strongly urge you to check into the IPP solution. Dr Cornell did a great job. I recommend him to all my friends who have ED problems."

– Marion H. - Deer Park, Texas

"I was very happy with the service that Dr Cornell provided. I felt that he did not rush me into prosthetic surgery without trying other methods first. Additionally, he discovered my cancer and made sure that was taken care of first. The surgery was very successful and I can now live a fulfilling life..."

– Harry B. - Kingwood, Texas

"Approximately 2.5 yrs ago I had problems with Urinary Incontinence / Overactive Bladder and an enlarged Prostate. I was impressed with the level of help given to me."

"I highly recommend Dr. Cornell, MD, PA and his staff..."

– Al B. - Houston, Texas

"Back in January I had a procedure done that I really needed to have done. I talked it over with Dr. Robert Cornell and an appointment was scheduled right away."

"I feel like a new person thanks to the expertise and knowledge of Dr. Cornell. I definitely recommend him to anyone who has a neurological need."

– L. Nieto - Houston, Texas

"I have been listening to Dr. Cornell on the radio for several years. I am glad that he took the time to do [the radio shows]. When I developed prostate problems, incontinence and erectile dysfunction I knewDR. Cornell could help. When I visited Dr. Cornell, he promised me that he could take care of my problems. He did just that. I can now do something that I have not been able to do in 3 years, I can again urinate like normal people do. My days of leakage are over; my days of impotency are over. There should be a 'Dr. Cornell Day!' Thank you!"

– A. Johnson - Houston, Texas

"There was a time when I was depressed after my prostate surgery in March 2010. I didn't feel like a complete man. On November 18, 2013 Dr. Cornell changed that for me with an implant and a urinary sphincter. To his credit I have become me again."

– Richard H. - Houston, Texas

"Dr. Cornell....I just wanted to say thanks in a 'BIG' way for your kindness and excellent care you and your staff gave me before and during my surgery. Because of your knowledge everything went well! Continue the good work."

– Luther N. - Houston, Texas

"Dr. Robert Cornell is the best Doctor of Urology in the United States of America! Why would anyone not want him, when there is need to be treated for any issues that are within his field of medical expertise? He is amazing! He not only treats one's medical problem, he has immesureable advice on diet, vitamins, meds, and a plan for the fastest possible track back to good health. What are you waiting for, call his office now for an appointment!"

– Harmon L. - Houston, Texas

"Dr Robert Cornell performed my implant surgery in March of 2013. Every thing went just great. [There were] very minor after effects. I was [back] in the saddle just 30 days after the implant. Now my partner asks me when am I going to slow down. I am a very satisfied Cornell customer."

– John M. - Houston, Texas
Penile Implants Penile

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to achieve or sustain an erection satisfactory for intercourse. Over half of men over the age of 40 and more than 75% of men over 75 have some form of ED.

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Benign Prostate Hyperplasia

BPH is not simply a case of too many prostate cells. Prostate growth involves hormones, occurs in different types of tissue, and affects each man differently. Because of these differences, treatment will vary in each case.

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Sphincter - AUS

Over 30 million people in the United States suffer from urinary incontinence or overactive bladder (OAB). This condition is far more prevalent in women than men. In the general population, age 15 to 64 years, 10-30% of women, versus 1.5% of men are affected.
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