Men’s health is gender-specific health care for men, who have different risk factors than women. If you have concerns about heart disease, low testosterone, or any other health problems that develop with age, Prevention Clinics in Clifton and Maywood, New Jersey, offers the services you need. Maged Boutros, MD, Ana Urriola, PA-C, and the team offer screenings, exams, and treatments for the conditions affecting you. Call the nearest office or schedule an appointment online for personalized men’s health care today. Telemedicine is available for your convenience.
Men’s health refers to the health care services that are specifically for men. These services acknowledge men’s risk factors and specific needs related to their anatomy.
At Prevention Clinics, Dr. Boutros encourages you to visit at least once a year for an examination that goes over multiple aspects of your health and wellness. These exams are recommended for everyone, but men are more likely than women to neglect basic preventive care like physical exams.
Prevention Clinics helps you stay on track with preventive care to improve your long-term health and get the treatments you need in a timely manner.
Men’s health includes several services you may or may not need according to your specific circumstances and personal risk factors. Prevention Clinics offers:
Screening tests can check for diseases that have not yet caused any symptoms, and you may need one or more of them, depending on your family’s medical history. They include prostate screenings, sexually transmitted disease (STD) screenings, and screenings for colon cancer.
Annual physical exams are an important part of your health care as you grow older. They provide an overview of your current state of health that you can compare against your old records. They may help Dr. Boutros make earlier diagnoses.
If you have any chronic diseases like heart disease, diabetes, or asthma, personalized chronic disease management improves your well-being and helps prevent complications.
Prevention Clinics offers bioidentical testosterone replacement therapy to treat symptoms of low testosterone like erectile dysfunction and depression.
There are many medical conditions that affect both men and women at similar rates. However, there are conditions that both genders can get but are much more prevalent in men than in women. There are many reasons for this, including genetics, environment, and behaviors. There are also medical conditions that affect men exclusively because of their distinct anatomy.
Prevention Clinics can address many conditions that are common in men or exclusive to them, including:
Dr. Boutros uses his expertise to help you maintain your long-term health by improving conditions like these, setting up screenings for diseases you may be at risk for, and recommending health-related lifestyle changes.
Schedule an appointment for men’s health services over the phone or book one online today.