prevention

February 1, 2017

7 Signs Men Need to See a Urologist

oing to a primary care physician, dentist, or optometrist are all normal, common things. But when should a man see a urologist? Although they aren’t popular topics, male urinary or sexual issues are common as well. If you notice any of the signs below, then it may be time to see a urologist.
July 17, 2017
Kidney Stones Prevention

Kidney Stones Prevention

Kidney Stones Prevention The Northwoods Urology philosophy of being progressive, innovative, and compassionate means consistently striving for the best possible patient care in all aspects of […]
August 1, 2017
No-Scalpel Vasectomy

Men’s Health Month and the PSA Test

Men’s Health Month and the PSA Test Check out the new Public Service Announcement for Prostate Specific Antigen tests … (a PSA for PSA?) Happy Men’s […]
September 12, 2017

Men’s Health and Low T

Men’s Health and Low T I was riding to work last week when I heard the article I have linked below on the radio. It was […]
October 1, 2017
Prostate Healthy

6 Ways to Keep Your Prostate Healthy

6 Ways to Keep Your Prostate Healthy According to the American Cancer Society, at least 190,000 new cases of prostate cancer are diagnosed in the U.S. […]
November 1, 2017

What Ben Stiller Can Teach Us About Prostate Cancer

“Taking the PSA test saved my life. Literally. That’s why I am writing this now.” - Ben Stiller
January 2, 2018
Do you need to see a urologist

Do you Need to See a Urologist?

Nearly everyone has heard of a urologist, but not many know what a urologist does. Basically, a urologist diagnoses, treats, and monitors urinary tract and external genital organ disorders. This can also include the kidneys, uterus, urethra, bladder, and prostate. A urologist also performs surgeries in some cases.
September 12, 2019
6 Signs of Male Infertility

6 Signs of Male Infertility

Male infertility is an issue that affects over 2.5 million men in the United States. According to Cornell “approximately 15 to 20% of couples attempting to […]

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