If your main concern now is ED rehab, then an on the ball GP can serve just as well, if they are willing. ED rehab is really only pump, pills and prick (VED, Viagra and etc., and penile injections) you can self teach yourself, with our help here in helping to educate yourself and guide your GP, if he is willing to be guided, that is...
The biggest thing any doctor can do is write a correct prescript
ion. The pump is easy to get, without a prescript
ion, easy to learn and easy to use, the pills the same, you can learn quickly what you want to try, and unless you have other health issues, can get them from the GP. Hint: the worse well kept secret here is you can buy the generic equiv. of the big 3 ED pills from Alldaychemist without a prescript
ion. The injections do require a legal prescript
ion , are also easy to learn and do. I was self-taught, and have guided by URO , and soon, my FP in what I wanted to try. Maybe talk with your GP about
the ED issue, if you want some action now. Also, check the area for ED specialists who may be willing to take on new patients. Check for clinics and out patient programs that deal in these issues. As you can see from others posts, the surgeons role will be limited- long term- and your normal GP or soon to be selected new Uro will be much more active in your future path.
Also, maybe it would help if you contacted your old URO and see if you can get him to discuss the issue, since the refusal was more of a procedural nature than a punishment issue. He might be willing to resume care for you, if you discuss it with him and explain your difficulties with the surgeon. Worth a try, if you do like the guy and his service.