Tagged Posts: "Men's Health" (15)


Bone-Fortifying Foods to Consider During Prostate Cancer Treatment

Some prostate cancer treatments carry a risk for developing osteoporosis and brittle bones. Learn how adding a nutritionist to your care team can fortify those bones with a food-based approach. Read More

Posted September 22, 2022 | By Laura Loch, RDN, LD, The Christ Hospital Cancer Center
My Doctor Recommended Prostate Surgery. What Are My Options?

Prostate surgery is now mostly done through a minimally invasive approach with better outcomes and lower risks of side effects. Urology specialist Dr. Justin Cox answers questions about newer techniques and their advantages over open surgery. Read More

Posted September 02, 2022 | By Justin Cox, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Urology
Should You Get Screened for Prostate Cancer? And When?

Prostate cancer doesn't act the same in every man - and sometimes may not even need surgery for treatment. Urology specialist Dr. Justin Cox shares why for most guys, screening starts with a simple talk with your doctor. Read More

Posted September 01, 2022 | By Justin Cox, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Urology
My Prostate Screening is Abnormal. Now What Should I Do?

What do your PSA test results mean? Learn the indications of potential prostate cancer—and what your next steps might be. Read More

Posted September 01, 2022 | By Justin Cox, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Urology
Prostate Cancer Awareness Month - 2022

Spotting cancer early saves lives. During Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, our team wants to remind men about the importance of screening and ways for men to lower their prostate cancer risk. Read More

Posted September 01, 2022
Understanding Monkeypox

With so many questions about how monkeypox is spread and who should be vaccinated, Christian Guasvik, MD, with The Christ Hospital Physicians – Primary Care shares what you need to know – including how to reduce your risk of infection. Read More

Posted August 24, 2022 | With Christian Guasvik, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
Does an Inguinal Hernia Need Surgery?

Inguinal hernias usually need surgery to prevent potentially serious complications. Read on to learn more about the signs and surgical approaches. Read More

Posted May 03, 2022 | By Jonathan Schilling, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - General Surgery
Can't-Miss Men's Health Screenings

There are many things that most men would rather do than visit the doctor. We have the three most important appointment types to stay up-to-date on, and a few more to keep on your schedule. Read More

Posted April 20, 2022 | By Marvin Lucas, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
What Men Need to Know About Taking Care of Their Health

Men often avoid seeing the doctor - learn why regular checkups are important, what to expect at your appointment and how to stay on top of your (or your man's) health. Read More

Posted April 08, 2022 | By Jennifer Fritsch, Q102 radio personality; and Christian Gausvik, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
4 Things Every Man Over 40 Should Know About Prostate Cancer

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. We’re sharing the latest info that all men over 40 need to know – from prevention to risk factors and treatment. Read More

Posted September 01, 2021 | By Brian Mannion, MD, PhD, The Christ Hospital Physicians – Hematology & Oncology
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