Peace of mind is important. It’s even more important when you’re making decisions about your health. Thanks to new technology, that’s getting easier for Urology San Antonio patients. It’s called “Fusion Biopsy,” and it’s the most powerful and accurate tool in Prostate Cancer Detection.
Guest Post from: Gastroenterology Consultants of San Antonio
November is here. Some call it Movember, others participate in No-Shave November. Either way, we all agree that it is the perfect time to focus on men’s health. These popular campaigns have provided a creative and engaging way to highlight the signs, symptoms,
November 13-19, 2016 is National Nurse Practitioner Week. Urology San Antonio is proud to employ 7 Nurse Practitioners (NPs). There are about 200,000 NPs practicing in the United States and almost 15,000 of them are in Texas. Our NPs are an integral part of our medical staff.
What is a Nurse Practitioner?
**Update: We’re just days away, but there is still time to sign up! Use promo code: PCAM16 to receive $10 off the Mile, 5k, or 10k runs** Come support the one in seven American men affected by prostate cancer at the family-friendly Zero Prostate Cancer Run/Walk on Sunday, September 18th at Mission County Park.
On July 25th, 2016 Urology San Antonio opened it’s brand new, stand-alone, state-of-the-art facility on Meisner road. The opening of the new urology clinic coincides with the closure of our two clinics on Sonterra Blvd.
Patients looking for non-surgical options or non-medicinal remedies for overactive bladder, pelvic pain, and urinary incontinence often seek out the professional advice of a physical therapist, and Urology San Antonio is proud to announce that Carissa Pool Parish, PT, WCS, has earned her board certification as a Women’s Health Clinical Specialist.
Kidney stone season is nearly upon us, and you can reduce the likelihood of forming stones by avoiding these common mistakes.
A San Antonio doctor has become the first in the United States to be certified in performing a new BPH treatment for men with an enlarged prostate. In late November, Urology San Antonio’s Dr. Christopher Cantrill successfully completed the requirements that made him the first Urologist in the nation to become a certified provider of the Rezūm (pronounced ruh-ZOOM) treatment for BPH.
In 2015, Urology San Antonio added four new doctors to its practice, bringing the total number of urologists to 25.
Today, the FDA made history by approving the use of flibanserin to treat Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD). Until now, there has not been an FDA approved medication to treat female sexual disorders.
“It’s an exciting time for women because we’re finally getting a true medical approach to addressing a major issue we have in sexual health,” says Peggy Francis,