Ever wished you had a physician who was dedicated to “Men’s Health”? The ladies get gynecologists for all their issues related to women’s health, why don’t men have something similar? A one-stop-men’s-health-shop, if you will.
You’ve thought about it. Maybe even fantasized about it. You could go annually and have a specialist who’s dedicated to men’s health evaluate your health, recommend preventative care, and even answer your questions in detail. Wouldn’t that be nice?
Well, we have good news for you: that physician exists. And you may already have one.
It’s your urologist. What??
Here are five things your urologist can do that you may not have known about
This one is the obvious one, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention it. Your urologist will treat and provide preventive care for the things you normally think about going to the urologist for. That’s things like kidney stones, blood in the urine, incontinence, UTIs, and other conditions of that nature. Treatments like these form the backbone of what we do, but it’s really just the beginning.
Treat Prostate Cancer
Your urologist can treat prostate cancer—if that urologist is cool like us. With the HIFU procedure that we employ, we can focus our treatment on only the affected area without incision—and without damaging any of the healthy tissue around the area. This procedure is unique and involves no blades, scars, or radiation.
Yes, you read that right. Your urologist can assist you with your reproductive health needs, whether that’s investigating male infertility or signing you up for a ticket to vasectomy city. Whether you can’t wait to bring home another little one, or have as many munchkins around the house as you can handle, we pride ourselves on being able to meet your reproductive health needs, whatever they may be.
Combat Low T
Many men struggle with low testosterone (Low T), sexual dysfunction, weight gain, or other symptoms associated with low T or erectile dysfunction. Guess what? Your urologist can help with that too. Hormonal balance is essential to your comprehensive health, so we treat all aspects of your wellness that may contribute to erectile dysfunction or low T.
Encourage Healthy Living
At the end of the day, healthcare should be about ensuring that you can get healthy and stay that way. And your urologist is should be part of that equation. We can provide you with a health coach who will work with you to create healthy habits like changing your diet, working out regularly, and managing stress, so that you can continue to be your best self. Who would have thought your urologist could do that?
Ready to treat yourself to comprehensive men’s healthcare? Schedule a visit with your local urologist, NAU Urology Specialists, today!