Why TULSA is the Best Way to Treat BPH

Why TULSA is the Best Way to Treat BPH

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also called prostate gland enlargement, is very common in older men. By age 60, over one-half of men have BPH; by age 85, the number climbs to 90%, according to the American Urological Association (AUA). An enlarged prostate gland...
Coffee Can Reduce Prostate Cancer Risk

Coffee Can Reduce Prostate Cancer Risk

Diet is always an important part of reducing your risk for disease and health complications. The Busch Center team encourages the patients we’re monitoring to take care of themselves with a healthy diet. While some doctors may recommend cutting out caffeine, we don’t...
A Patient Experience: Treating Aggressive Cancer with TULSA

A Patient Experience: Treating Aggressive Cancer with TULSA

Matt Farmer is an experienced hunter; he knows to aim for his target before he shoots. So when his urologist suggested having a second 12-needle biopsy to “attempt” to find cancer in his prostate, Matt refused. In his late-50’s at the time, his PSA levels had been...
7 Ways We Care for Prostate Patients Differently

7 Ways We Care for Prostate Patients Differently

Once a patient walks in the door of Busch Center, we know they may have already seen other doctors about their prostate issues, suffered life-altering and sometimes embarrassing side effects, and had other painful prostate procedures. This is why it’s part of our...
What You Should Know about Prostate Screenings

What You Should Know about Prostate Screenings

Prostate cancer is the second most common form of cancer in men. One in nine men is diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime, and for African-Americans, it’s one in six. This is why proactive screening of the prostate is so important.  Busch Center’s...