Experts in Men's Health
Providing Discrete Access to Diagnosis and Treatment
There are many diverse healthcare issues facing men today, from Low T and ED, to BPH, Peyronie's disease and other general urological conditions. Sparrow Men’s Health is committed to providing access to discrete diagnosis and treatment through virtual health and traditional visits within Mid-Michigan. We’re here to ensure that men can thrive – living longer, happier, fulfilling, and connected lives.
At Sparrow Men’s Health, we’re here to provide comprehensive healthcare for men that may suffer from a variety of issues that prevent them from living life to the fullest. We’ve developed an intake and treatment process that is meant to ensure discretion at every step along the way.
Our specialized physicians work with hundreds of patients a year, addressing a variety of sensitive issues, performing thousands of minimally invasive and robotic urology procedures in the office and operating room.
We can work with you to set-up a virtual visit or schedule an in-person appointment with one of our Men’s Health physicians at your convenience. You have several options to take your first step for treatment. You can either fill out the Men’s Health Assessment by answering a few simple questions, request an appointment by filling out the convenient form, or give us a call today at 517.364.5655!
Treatments We Provide
- Low testosterone (“Low T” or Hypogonadism) treatment with prescription medications.
- “ED” or Erectile Dysfunction treatment with prescription medication or surgical procedures, such as penile prosthesis.
- High urinary frequency, which is sometimes caused by an enlarged prostate, also called BPH or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. Treatments can include prescription medications, minimally invasive procedures, and minor surgery.
- Penile Curvature or Peyronie's Disease treatment through Xiaflex injections.
- Other general urological issues affecting men can be treated through a variety of therapies.
Meet Our Doctors
Richard C. Bennett, M.D.
Dr. Bennett received his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University and medical degree from Wayne State University in Detroit. He completed a urology residency at William Beaumont Hospital and a fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. In 2008, Dr. Bennett received the Clinical Research Award from the Sexual Medicine Society of North America. He continues to be actively involved in publishing journal articles and other medical research to advance the field of urology, with a special interest in men’s health.
Dr. Bennett has long-standing ties to the Lansing area. He was born here, studied at MSU, and met and married his wife here. During his senior year at MSU Bennett was diagnosed with testicular cancer and received his treatment right here in Lansing too. This played an influential role in his decision to pursue a career in urology and he hopes to give back to the medical community that played such a role in his own personal medical story.
Roy A. Miller, D.O.
Dr. Miller completed his undergraduate degree at Colorado State University and his medical degree at Michigan State University (MSU), College of Osteopathic Medicine, Detroit Campus. He received his urology training at MSU and McLaren Healthcare.
Dr. Miller’s interests include kidney stones, robotic surgery, urologic oncology, and benign prostatic hyperplasia. Being born and raised in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, he is excited to be able to serve patients at the Sparrow Hospital and underserved surrounding areas.
Dr. Miller lives in Okemos with his wife and daughter. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing basketball, weightlifting, and various outdoor activities.