Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
UTIs are very common among women and some men. It is easily treatable but many patients have several recurrent episodes that require further evaluation. Common reasons include constipation, urinary and fecal contamination, lack of hormones in women, kidney stones, and obstruction to the kidneys or the bladder.
1 in 6 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in the U.S. Treatment options depend on the age of patient, grade of tumor, extent of the disease, and presence of other serious conditions such as severe heart disease, diabetes, uncontrolled high blood pressure, severe lung problems, etc. Not all patients require surgery.
This is a common condition that affects many men as they age. Symptoms may include trouble starting to urinate, slow stream, frequent urination, urinary leakage, sleep disturbances, and urinary infections that can affect the lifestyle of patients. There are various treatments that include medications, minimally invasive heat treatments, laser therapy, and occasionally surgical intervention. Incontinence
Urinary leakage is an embarrassing problem for both women as well as men. It is very common and has several causes. Fortunately almost all patients can recover from it. A workup is required to evaluate your specific condition. There are several options that include medications, bio-feedback, Kegel exercises, nerve stimulation, and several minimally invasive surgical options.
Bioidentical Hormone Replacement
Most middle aged men and women undergo changes in their hormone balance starting in the fourth decade. It gets worse with age and patients start having problems losing weight, mood swings, decreased energy, fatigue, sexual dysfunction, weak muscles and bones, and cognitive decline. We only use natural Bioidentical Hormones for replacement.
Medically Supervised Weight Loss
Urinary Incontinence, Urinary Tract Infections, Kidney Stones, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Sleep Disorders, and even Cancers of the prostate are more common in patients with obesity. We educate patients on proper nutrition, avoidance of processed and refined foods, evaluate their hormonal status and environmental heavy metal toxicity, and provide a holistic approach to weight loss.
Nutrition and Wellness
Fruits and vegetables contain micro nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that are important for proper absorption and metabolic pathways within the liver. They also help with the natural tendency for the body to detoxify offending agents. The standard american diet is overloaded with refined carbs, trans fats, and other toxic agents like pesticides, heavy metals, and lacking phyto nutrients. Healthy eating and wellness go hand in hand.
It is extremely important to evaluate the patient for toxicity and treat it appropriately with toxin reduction and chelation. Traditional treatments for cancer such as surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation often do not address toxin exposure. Common degenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, chronic fatigue, and common cancers are often caused by exposure to toxins.