What Are the Signs of an Enlarged Prostate?

What Are the Signs of an Enlarged Prostate?

The most common prostate-related issue for men over 50 is prostate enlargement. By age 60, over half of men will have Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH), or non-cancerous prostate enlargement. By age 85, that number increases to 90%. Causes The prostate is...
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...
Ask Your Doctor About MRI-Compatible Pacemakers

Ask Your Doctor About MRI-Compatible Pacemakers

The use of pacemakers has increased dramatically in recent years, partly due to our aging society. An estimated 75 percent of patients who have an implantable cardiac electronic device, such as a pacemaker, will need magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) during their...
Can Diet Changes Improve Your Health?

Can Diet Changes Improve Your Health?

After being diagnosed with prostate cancer, you’ll work with your medical team to determine the most appropriate next steps.  For some patients, that means active surveillance; for others, treatment is warranted.  Regardless of the recommended approach, many...
Exploring Alternative Therapies for Prostate Cancer

Exploring Alternative Therapies for Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in American men. It’s also highly treatable if caught early. For many men, the standard treatments for prostate cancer – radiation, chemotherapy, prostatectomy, hormone therapy, etc. – often come with unpleasant,...