This is a place where you can be yourself, tell your whole story (and be heard) and receive treatment uniquely attuned to your needs. Here, we treat the whole person.
Undoubtedly, this patient-centric approach begins with Michael A. Werner, MD, a board-certified urologist and microsurgeon who opened Maze in 1994. Early on, he decided to specialize in sexual function and male fertility because these were clearly fields that could make a big difference in peoples’ lives — whether to restore men to good sexual health or to help couples have a child. His peers know him as a world-class surgeon, but his patients know him best as a kind, caring man — that rare doctor who is as compassionate as he is medically adept.
Not surprisingly, everyone at Maze is passionate about what they do. In addition to Dr. Werner, the team includes a nutrition and exercise physiologist, a sexual educator, and an expert clinician. Together, they consider all facets of your general health and medical history — whatever it takes to get the full picture — and then develop a treatment plan. No one else applies this breadth of expertise to sexual health.
Maze Men’s Sexual & Reproductive Health
110 East 40th Street, Suite 704
New York, NY 10016
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Michael A. Werner, M.D., FACS
is a board-certified urologist who received his specialized fellowship training in male infertility and surgery and male sexual dysfunction at Boston University Medical Center. He lectures and writes extensively on these topics in medical journals and books.
Dr. Werner completed his Urology residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Manhattan and received his medical school training at the University of California at San Francisco. He holds an undergraduate degree in Biology from Harvard College. Dr. Werner’s private practice is limited to male infertility and male sexual dysfunction.
Dr. Werner believes that you need to have a complete understanding of the medical options available to you. Together, you will decide on the course of treatment that makes the most medical and personal sense for you.
Boston University Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts 1993-1994
Fellow in male infertility and erectile dysfunction with Robert D. Oates, M.D. and Irwin Goldstein M.D.
Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY 1989-1993
Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY 1987-1989
Second and third year surgical resident
St. Luke’s Hospital, New York, NY 1986-1987
University of California, San Francisco Medical School 1986
Doctor of Medicine
The Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, NY 1984-1985
Coursework towards a Masters in Hebrew Letters
Harvard College, Cambridge, MA 1981 B.A. in Biology, Cum Laude. Received the John Harvard and Detur Awards for academic achievement
American Board of Urology, Fellow and American College of Surgeons
Affiliations and Associations
American Urological Association
Questions Michael A. Werner, MD, FACS responded to