Joshua Calvert, M.D.

Advisory Board Member

Education: University of Washington School of Medicine
Expertise: Urology

Originally from Seattle, Washington, Dr. Calvert earned his medical degree at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He completed his internship and residency at Vanderbilt University where he received many distinguished awards and honors including the American Urological Association’s Men’s Health Travelling Fellowship through AUA. Finally, Dr. Calvert received his Fellowship in Men’s Health/Infertility from the University of Utah.Specific areas of interest for Dr. Calvert include vasectomy and vasectomy reversal, Peyronie’s disease, testosterone management, PSA management, genital pain disorders, varicocelectomy, and a special focus on male infertility.

He is as passionate about men’s sexual health as he is about making rum-based tiki cocktails, which is a lot.

About the Edge

The Edge is an editorial outlet from Hone Health that delivers science-backed, expert-driven content to help you live better for longer. Our content is powered by experienced health and lifestyle journalists and reviewed by members of our Advisory Board, who are notable experts in their respective disciplines, from urology and endocrinology to nutrition and fitness.

Latest From Joshua Calvert, M.D.

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We’re setting the record straight on T.

Is Viagra Bad For You?

The hard facts: Taking ED meds for fun could hurt your erections in the long term.

Is TRT Safe? What Are the Side Effects

Some impacts are less serious than experts once believed.

Here’s How to Naturally Increase Blood Flow to Your Penis

Healthy blood flow = better & stronger erections

Do I Have Low Testosterone? 13 Symptoms to Look for

Keep an eye out for these red flags for dwindling T levels.

High Testosterone in Men: How Much is Too Much?

While not as common as low T, having too much testosterone can be just as problematic.

Why No Fap Is Total BS, According to a Urologist

If you think skipping solo sex will raise your T levels, think again.

Why You Can’t Get And Keep An Erection

Plus, how to get your prized appendage back to full strength.

Not Getting Enough Sleep Could Have This Terrible Side Effect

A lack of quality z's is linked to low testosterone levels.

Irritable Male Syndrome: Myth or Fact?

Depends who you ask. But the symptoms are real.

‘Manopause’ Sounds Like A Joke. It’s Not.

Mid-life hormone shifts can make your irritable, tired, and more.

Here’s Exactly What To Say To Your Doctor About Erection Woes

Plus how to pick a physician you can trust with your most prized appendage.