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Understanding Peyronie’s Disease
You may be seeing advertisements for a new FDA-approved treatment for something called "PD." Simply put, PD, or Peyronie's Disease, is a curvature of the penis. Although it may be a little unsettling when it’s first noticed, PD is more common than you might think.
Tapping into Your Inner Yin & Yang: The Intersection of Mental Health & Physical Health
Many have wondered if there’s a direct correlation between our physical health and our emotional health. Researchers have suspected this correlation for years, and a study published in 2015 found that people with depression had a 41% higher risk of diabetes.
Testicular Cancer Awareness Month
April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month and should serve as a reminder that a simple self-exam can potentially save your life. Being aware of common signs and symptoms and going to the doctor when you’re unsure is the best way to be proactive about your testicular health.
Evaluating Your New Year's Resolutions – 80 Days Later
Believe it or not, it’s been more than 80 days since the New Year! If you have been true to a better diet and exercise routine up to this point, then you may be part of the statistical few. For most, improvements in your health and wellbeing were likely aspirations with no follow through.
Sleep Loss and Testosterone: What’s the Connection?
Paying attention to good sleep hygiene is probably the most important thing you can do to maintain strong sleep patterns. Here are some helpful hints for getting enough sleep.
Losing Hair? Check Your Fridge!
A well-balanced diet is important to your overall well-being and that includes the health of your hair. Nutrition can play a key role in hair loss management and can even promote the regrowth of hair.
Sexual Health is Heart Health
Erectile dysfunction may be an early warning sign of current or potential future heart problems. For example, it is well-known that early signs of cardiovascular disease often present with changes in erectile function and may include decreased erectile hardness or ability to attain and maintain an erection.
Health Savings and Flexible Spending Accounts – What You Need to Know
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) have many similarities, but here is a run-down of the two.
How to Spend Leftover FSA and HSA Funds
Thinking of ways to avoid wasting your FSA money may seem confusing, but fortunately there are plenty of ways to spend FSA and HSA funds beyond the obvious medical co-pays.
Focused Wave Therapy – What Does Science Say?
For men whose erectile dysfunction (ED) is not helped by medication, have adverse effects from medication or prefer a non-pharmaceutical treatment focused shockwave therapy, also known as low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy (LI-ESWT), is an exciting non-invasive treatment option to consider.
Stories of Gratitude
This holiday season we express our gratitude to our patients. We appreciate the opportunity to be a part of your lives and would like to share how much you mean to us.
3 Ways to Naturally Increase Testosterone Levels
Is there a way to naturally increase your testosterone levels without the hassle of Testosterone Replacement Therapy? Yes, there are several ways. If you'd like to try increasing your testosterone levels naturally before seeking professional treatment, read on.
Drug-Free Erectile Dysfunction Treatments
Although many men with erectile dysfunction (ED) successfully treat their condition with medications such as Viagra, Cialis, Stendra, pills are unable to help 25-30% of the people who take them. For others the drugs may work in varying degrees, but their side-effects are undesirable and poorly tolerated.
An Overview of Medications for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
Many of the drugs used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) are household names. But how well do you know what these drugs actually do? Do all of your options come in the form of a "little blue pill"?
Natural Ways to Boost Your Immune System
With COVID-19 still a threat, and flu season only months away, many of us remain concerned about protecting our health. Men have good reason to be worried: despite contracting the disease at a similar rate to women, in the U.S men account for 58% of the reported COVID-19 deaths, according to the CDC...
Focused Shockwave Therapy: A Clinically Proven, Pain-Free, Drug-Free Treatment Option for ED
Did you know nearly 50% of men suffer from erectile dysfunction, the inability to get or keep a firm erection. Although it can be embarrassing and frustrating for you and your partner, it is a common and easily treatable medical condition...
Keeping Healthy and Calm in Uncertain Times
With the COVID-19 pandemic causing upheaval with no end in sight, it’s no wonder that many of us are feeling stressed and anxious. Without the promise of an ‘end date’, many men are also concerned about their financial security and health of their families...
Examining the Science between Diet and Performance: Testosterone, Zinc and the Oyster Connection
Searching for romantic satisfaction through your diet is not a new concept. The notion that food can enhance intimacy has been around for centuries, and some cultures have advocated eating bizarre foods to heighten vitality...
Bicycling is a safe, popular activity that improves cardiovascular and metabolic health. Despite the overall health benefits, some men avoid bicycling because they worry that it may put them at risk for numbness, genital/pelvic pain and harm their sexual performance...
A recent clinical trial published by the Journal of the American Medical Association explored the effect between testosterone treatments and atherosclerosis (the build-up of plaque on artery walls)....
A new study finds that long-term testosterone replacement therapy is associated with a decreased—and not increased—risk for cardiovascular disease. The findings were the result of a large...
In men with hypogonadism due to diseases of the hypothalamus, pituitary, or testis, testosterone therapy is generally safe and has been shown to induce beneficial effects. Conversely, in men with...
Like any health issue, it’s important to recognize that not all diseases, conditions, or risk factors can be isolated from the others. In fact, we often find that more than one condition or disease...