From exercise and heart disease, prostate cancer awareness and stress management, to issues at your job - we’re here to help you stay informed about your health and take precautions when necessary. Your personal well-being is our priority.
Men’s Health Threats
Did you know the top men’s health threats include; cardiovascular disease, cancer, and unintentional injury? The good news is that many of these common health threats are largely preventable by making healthy lifestyle choices as well as by visiting your physician for routine checkups.
It is tempting to ignore your health when you are feeling good, but you should make your health a top priority today instead of an afterthought later. Regular checkups with your trusted physician are just one of the many ways you may prevent future disease.
Common Men’s Health Concerns
In order to best support men’s health and wellbeing, our services address many common health concerns that many men have.
These concerns include:
• Erectile dysfunction
• Prostate cancer
• Alcohol usage
• Sexually transmitted diseases and infections
• Cardiovascular disease
• Respiratory issues
Not only do our services cater to common issues or health concerns men may have, we are also equipped to handle slightly more uncommon issues and can refer our patients to a specialist if needed.
Routine Screenings and Symptoms NOT to Ignore
Catching disease early is critical to successful treatment and even prevention of certain illnesses. This can be done through routine screenings, which include:
• Blood pressure test
• Cholesterol test
• Prostate cancer screening
• Colon cancer screening
• Skin cancer check
• Diabetes check
Not only may routine screenings help in the prevention and early detection of illnesses, but knowing when to seek medical attention for certain symptoms is essential.
Here are some symptoms not to ignore and to seek an opinion from a medical physician on:
• Change in mole color and shape
• Excessive snoring
• Excessive thirst and frequent urination
• Trouble urinating
• Erectile dysfunction
• Lump on testicle/s
• Blood in urine or feces
• Chest pain and shortness of breath – call 911
Don't see your symptom? When in doubt, make an appointment to see your regular physician to have any unusual symptoms checked out. It is always good to simply err on the side of caution!