Alec Koo, M.D.

Dr. Koo received his MD and surgical training at UCLA School of Medicine. He is a Fellow of American College of Surgeon. He has been in practice in the South Bay area since 1992.

Dr. Koo has expertise in sexual disorders of both men and women. He also has treated diseases of low sexual hormones. Over the recent years, he has been an expert in the latest techniques to treat various functional as well as cosmetic disorders including acoustic wave treatment for male potency, radio-frequency treatment for tissue tightening, and platelet rich plasma for various uses including treatment of thinning of hair and rejuvenation of skin.

Dr. Koo is fluent in English, Chinese and medical Spanish.

Royal Park, M.D.

Dr. Park is a Diplomate of the American Board of Urology. He graduated magna cum laude from Brown University with a Bachelor of Science degree with honors in Psychology in 1992. He continued his education at the New York University (NYU) School of Medicine receiving his MD degree in 1996. Dr. Park received his surgical and urological training at NYU which he completed in 2002.

Dr. Park has been practicing urology in the South Bay since 2002. He has an interest in men’s sexual health offering both surgical and non-surgical options. He has been trained in the most up to date treatments including GAINSWave® and platelet rich plasma (PRP) for improving sexual performance. Dr. Park’s goal is to provide comprehensive, personalized care for your condition.

Dr. Kambiz Dardashti

Dr. Dardashti earned his undergraduate and medical degrees at UCLA where he was a Regent Scholar. He went to New York to complete his urology residency at Cornell Medical Center and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Among numerous other awards, Dr. Dardashti was a grant recipient of the American Foundation for Urologic Disease. He has served as Chief of Urology at Providence Little Company of Mary as well as voluntary teaching faculty at Harbor UCLA medical center. He began private practice in urology in 2002 and has special interests in the newest treatments for advanced prostate cancer, minimally Invasive treatments for enlarged prostate, laparoscopic surgery, and complex stone disease. He is certified by the American Board of Urology and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. His many recognitions and awards include Los Angeles Magazine Top Doctors Award, as well as the very prestigious Castle Connolly Top Doctors award, given to the top 5% physicians in the United States.

Dr. Lawrence Flechner

Dr. Lawrence Flechner originally hails from San Francisco. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University, majoring in History—a passion he pursues to this day—while at the same time completing his premedical studies. He then won a coveted scholarship to spend a year researching molecular mechanisms of Cancer at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. Inspired to connect medical research with patient care, he went on to receive MD and PHD degrees at UCSD and The Salk Institute in La Jolla, California. Under the mentorship of the National Academy Sciences Member Marc Montminy at The Salk, Dr. Flechner made significant advances in our fundamental understanding of sugar metabolism and Diabetes. Specifically, he helped characterize a gene that is essential for blood sugar control, resulting in the publication of his work in the prestigious journal Nature. Dr. Flechner’s career next took him to top ranked UCSF Department of Urology, a place of historic significance in shaping the practice of Urology. At UCSF, Dr. Flechner gained extensive experience in the management of all aspects of benign and oncologic Urology, with expertise and versatility in conventional open, laparoscopic, and robotic surgery. After completing his training in 2012, Dr. Flechner was recruited to become a Partner at the Urology Institute of the South Bay. He is among the busiest robotic surgeons in the South Bay, and serves on the Robotic Surgery Committee at Torrance Memorial Hospital. A compassionate and dedicated surgeon, he serves on the Advisory Board of the Cancer Support Community of Redondo Beach, and on the Manhattan Beach Rotary Club.

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