The Men’s Health Restoration Clinic is focused on providing the RESTORE Procedure – a minimally invasive vascular solution for Men that suffer from erectile dysfunction. As our physicians began seeing patients for the RESTORE Procedure, it was clear that there were a number of other beneficial treatment options that patients didn’t have ready access to in the area. Now, we’ve expanded our offerings to provide a comprehensive ED Evaluation, as well as alternative ED Treatments, Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy, PRP Therapy, and Men’s Mental Health Services provided by a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor.
Our Men’s Clinic also provides the new Nanoblock Procedure for appetite suppression. The Nanoblock Procedure has been shown to decrease excess body fat by up to 50% within 6 months!Treat Your ED Today!
Dr. Kamal N. Morar is a native of Dayton, Ohio and is Board Certified in Diagnostic Radiology. He completed high school here at Centerville High School and went on to college at the University of Cincinnati. After medical school, he completed an internship in general surgery followed by a diagnostic radiology residency. After his residency he completed a fellowship in Vascular Interventional Radiology at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. The Cleveland Clinic has one of the largest experiences in the country with certain advance interventional radiology procedures. These procedures include uterine fibroid embolization, interventional oncology procedures, various venous interventions as well as interventional pain management.
In addition to being a co-founder of the Men’s Health Restoration Clinic, Dr. Morar also has a private practice, Dayton Interventional Radiology, with his physician partners. Dr. Morar is also on staff at Good Samaritan Hospital and the former Dayton Heart Hospital where he performs his more involved invasive procedures. He has published several papers on the topics of CT guided percutaneous procedures, arterial embolization procedures, uterine fibroid embolization procedure, and the vertebroplasty procedure. His intent and focus is to bring innovative minimally invasive procedures to the Dayton community as a whole. Along with his skill set for cutting edge procedures, Dr. Morar is an active member of the physician community locally, speaking and presenting at numerous events, being a member of the medical societies, and spearheading many of the efforts to educate the patient.
Dr. Matthew Sebastian is board certified in both Diagnostic and Vascular Interventional Radiology and has strong roots in Ohio as he completed his residency training in Radiology at the Medical College of Ohio. He completed his fellowship at the Dotter Interventional Institute in Portland, Oregon. Following this Dr. Sebastian served the Toledo community for 7 years before joining Dayton Interventional Radiology in 2012 and subsequently co-founding the Men’s Health Restoration Clinic. During his time in the Toledo area he also served as a clinical associate professor of Radiology at UTMC. He is currently also on staff at Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton, OH.
He takes pride in offering the latest cutting edge treatment options, creating awareness of minimally invasive treatment options to his patients and is always learning more about newer advanced techniques. Dr. Sebastian is very experienced and has performed thousands of procedures in arterial, venous, oncologic, and spinal disciplines.
Dr. Mubin Syed is triple fellowship trained, multiple specialty board certified physician practicing in Dayton and Springfield, Ohio over the last 18 years. Prior to practicing and settling with his family in the Dayton area and co-founding Dayton Interventional Radiology, Dr. Syed began his education and training in the state of Massachusetts where he attended medical school at Boston University. Following graduation he continued on to Maryland where his academic research career began, and on to Indiana where he completed his residency and fellowships at Indiana University Medical Center.
Dr. Syed has fellowship training in Diagnostic, Neuroradiology and Interventional Radiology. This allows him to expand the type of services he can provide to patients focusing not only on the peripheral anatomy but also the head and neck. Dr. Syed is a clinical associate professor at Wright State University School of Medicine. His love for academic research and teaching is immense and exemplified in the papers he has published, journal abstracts, newspaper articles written and the lectures he gives to students and other physicians as well as clinical instruction he gives to physicians training them on various procedures and skills. Dr. Syed has recently written a text book on pain management. Dr. Syed is a decorated physician having been honored and awarded many certificates of recognition for excellences. He has been an investigator for four research studies as well, having had numerous trials throughout the years yielding invaluable clinical information to help future patients.