Dr. Branden Staller is a graduate of St George’s University Medical School and Yeshiva University with a BA in Engineering. He received family medicine residency training at BronxCare Hospital, serving one of the poorest and most disadvantaged neighborhoods in the United States. Among his colleagues there, he was often referred to as the “Men’s Health” doctor, always using any lecture opportunity to provide information related to the health issues specific to men and often received referrals from his co-residents or provided consultations on their patients experiencing men’s health issues. Dr. Staller has expanded his reach by joining Renew Vitality’s nationwide network of physicians. He assists men who experience age-related symptoms by creating and facilitating individualized testosterone treatment plans. Though early in his career, Dr. Staller has always been passionate about men’s health and looks forward to providing top quality medical care to all his patients.
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