Comprehensive. Convenient. Compassionate.
A Division of Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center
Comprehensive. Convenient. Compassionate.
A Division of Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

Welcome to Our Men’s Health Services

Pomona Valley Health Centers delivers individualized care to a diverse patient population. We strive to provide accessible, state-of-the-art medical solutions that help you pursue your health and wellness goals.

Along with family medicine and primary care, we offer men’s health services with personalized healthcare services that address medical issues experienced by men of all ages.

Pomona Valley Men’s Health Services

We address the following conditions:

  • Hair Loss/ Hair Restoration
  • Low Testosterone
  • Sexual Health/Performance
  • Testicular/Prostate Cancer Screening
  • Weight Management
  • Vasectomy

Discussing sensitive wellness issues with a physician can sometimes be challenging and uncomfortable. At Pomona Valley Health Centers, we provide non-judgmental, patient-focused health services for various conditions. We encourage patients to seek regular care for the following men’s health issues:

Sexual Health

We help men address concerns related to sexual performance, sexual health, and fertility.  We can discuss the best solutions and medications to help you resolve issues such as Erectile Dysfunction, Male Infertility, Peyronie’s Disease, Premature Ejaculation, and Vasectomy.

Low Testosterone

Testosterone is a male hormone that facilitates the production of sperm, regulates sex drive, and plays a role in the generation of muscle mass. Moreover, it is also thought to influence hair growth and loss.

Too little testosterone is associated with the following conditions:

  • Reduction of facial hair
  • Low sex drive
  • Depression
  • Body hair loss
  • Decreased bone density
  • Development of breast tissue
  • Weight gain

We address the potential causes of low testosterone and develop personalized treatment programs to alleviate troubling symptoms. These treatments might include the following:

  • Lifestyle Management: Low testosterone production can be caused by substance use disorder, unmanaged type II diabetes, and obstructive sleep apnea. Addressing the medical issues that inhibit testosterone production is vital to managing or resolving the issue.
  • Testosterone Therapy: Men who meet the clinical definition of testosterone deficiency might benefit from testosterone therapy. Testosterone therapy is the introduction of testosterone into the body via skin patches, topical gels, slow-release testosterone implants, or oral medications. However, testosterone therapy is only recommended for men experiencing low testosterone symptoms.
  • Weight Management: Weight management is essential to men’s overall wellness. As men get older, their muscle mass diminishes, which affects metabolic function and can lead to weight gain. Excessive body fat can trigger numerous health issues, including type II diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure. Men who struggle with obesity can significantly improve their testosterone production by losing weight and developing a more active lifestyle.

Hair Loss

Male androgenic alopecia, known as male pattern baldness, affects roughly 50 million men in the United States. This condition is the gradual thinning of the hair on the scalp in an “M” pattern that extends to the crown. While it is common to notice a receding hairline or hair loss at the crown, some men also experience body hair loss. However, it is also common for men to grow more robust facial and body hair even as the hair on their heads becomes thinner.

Pattern baldness does not indicate an underlying medical problem and can be most successfully addressed when treated early. Certain medications like minoxidil can slow hair loss and even facilitate new hair growth.

Testicular Cancer Screening

Most testicular cancers can be detected early through a self-exam or an exam conducted by a primary care physician or urologist. However, some cancers do not cause symptoms until they have progressed significantly.

The most common sign of testicular cancer is an abnormality within the testicles. An abnormality might be a lump or mass felt within one of the testicles or a change in the size or shape of the testicles. Men with a family history of testicular cancer or at higher risk (having an undescended testicle) should discuss screening options with their physicians. Pomona Valley Health Centers offers comprehensive cancer screening and oncology services.

Schedule an appointment for men’s health services today, or visit our information page to find the location nearest you.

PVHC Locations
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PVHC Locations
From Chino Hills
to La Verne

With five locations across Southern California, your best care is closer than you think.


1770 North Orange Grove Avenue, Suite 101
Pomona, CA 91767
909-469-9494More Information >
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Chino Hills

2140 Grand Avenue, Suite 125
Chino Hills, CA 91709
909-630-7875More Information >
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Chino Hills Crossroads

3110 Chino Avenue, Suite 150
Chino Hills, CA 91709
909-630-7490More Information >
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1601 Monte Vista Avenue, Suite 100
Claremont, CA 91711
909-630-7938More Information >
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La Verne

2333 Foothill Blvd. 
La Verne, CA 91750
909-392-6501More Information >
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- Bridgette

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