Men's Health

We Provide Comprehensive Care and Treatment For The Following Men's Health Related Needs:

Men's FitnessErectile Dysfunction (ED)
Low TestosteroneHair Loss
Prostate Health and more!

A detailed explanation of each Men's Health-related topic is listed below

Men’s Fitness: 

We all know that exercise is good for us, but exercise is actually the key to preventing a large number of diseases. When combined with a balanced diet, exercise reduces the risk of:

  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • High blood pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Depression
  • Dementia
  • And much more

Doctors recommend that adults get about thirty minutes of moderately intense exercise each day.


Low Testosterone:

Testosterone is a hormone in the body that controls muscle growth, sperm production, and hair growth. It is produced by the testes in men, but women also have small amounts of testosterone. Testosterone levels naturally go down as you age, but if you have unusually low levels of testosterone, you may suffer from the following symptoms:

  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Reduced bone mass
  • Hair loss
  • Low sex drive
  • Reduced muscle mass
  • Mood swings
  • Fatigue/ Difficulty sleeping

Fortunately, your doctor can provide testosterone replacement therapy as a treatment, and you are likely to see improvements within a month.


Hair loss:

Hair loss can happen anywhere on the body but it commonly occurs on the head for men as they age. Hair loss is usually hereditary and is a cosmetic issue in most cases. Baldness refers to excessive hair loss and it can present in the following ways:

  • Receding hairline
  • Gradual thinning
  • Patches of missing hair

Hair loss doesn’t negatively affect overall health in most cases, so many men choose to leave it alone or disguise it with hats or hairpieces. There are several treatments for hair loss including medications that slow hair loss and promote growth, hair transplant surgery, and laser therapy.


Prostate Health:

The prostate is a gland that is part of the male reproductive symptom and is located below the bladder. It is normal for the prostate to grow as a man ages, but some suffer from an enlarged prostate or prostate cancer. An enlarged prostate causes urination problems like feeling the sudden urge to urinate or feeling strained when urinating. Treatments include medications, minimally invasive surgery, laser treatment, and more. The same symptoms can be caused by prostate cancer so it is essential for your health to get screened regularly, especially if you are over the age of fifty.

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