Dr. Herati is a urologist with fellowship training in male infertility and andrology. He has specialized training to perform complex reconstructions of the reproductive system, including vasectomy reversal with vasovasostomy and vasoepididymostomy. Additionally, he has an interest in treating patients with chronic prostatitis and pelvic pain, as well as patients experiencing low testosterone, erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Of note, he has the ability to perform fertility treatments on patients who have experienced spinal cord injuries using nonsurgical methods of sperm extraction.
Dr. Herati believes in an individualized approach to care that addresses the whole patient. He invests significant time into building a rapport with his patients so that they feel comfortable opening up about these issues, allowing him to accurately identify and manage each patient’s needs.
His research interests include decoding the genetic basis of male infertility, investigating the impact of referred pain from peripheral nerves to the bladder, and characterizing the effects of low testosterone on prostate inflammation and PSA screening.
Dr. Herati sees patients at both the Johns Hopkins Hospital and The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.