It’s prostate cancer awareness month. See how The Urology Group has been treating men with CyberKnife for the past 10 years! Plus meet our 4 newest physicians!
|CELEBRATING ONE YEAR OF A REVOLUTIONARY ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION SOLUTION
It’s been a year since The Urology Group began offering a unique solution to erectile dysfunction that is not only popular, but both pain-free and pill-free. It’s a treatment therapy that hundreds of Tristate men have found incredibly effective and easy. They’ve told us:
“I’m very happy with the procedure. It eliminated the need for Sildenafil.”
This ultrasound wave therapy involves six in-office treatment sessions, each lasting about 15 minutes. At each session a therapist places an ultrasound wand on multiple areas of the penis. Low-intensity ultrasound waves, which feel like light tapping, stimulate and increase blood flow in the penis.
“After six treatments — sometimes fewer — you can expect the improved blood flow to enable a firmer, longer lasting erection when you’re aroused,” says Dr. Brooke Edwards, Chief Medical Officer of The Urology Group. “And our patients report no side effects.”
“Alma Duo has been so popular,” Dr. Edwards explains, “because it addresses the actual cause of many forms of erectile dysfunction. It’s not a quick, one-time fix but rather a painless way of restoring natural blood flow.”
To learn more about this treatment, click here.
Or register for our free upcoming webinar on Monday, November 7.
FREE WEBINAR: ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
Monday, November 7 at 6:00 p.m.
Overcoming ED without pain or pills? Yes, it’s happening every day. In this FREE webinar Dr. Vinson Wang walks through several popular ED treatment options, including our ultrasound wave therapy, which one patient called an “easy and pleasant treatment.”
This free webinar thoroughly describes each ED treatment option, to help you understand how an active sex life for you and your partner is possible.
About Vinson Wang, M.D.
Dr. Wang sees patients in our Lawrenceburg and Northern Kentucky offices. He specializes in men’s sexual health, erectile dysfunction, and Peyronie’s disease.
RELAX! TAKE THE FEAR OUR OF VASECTOMY
If the thought of a vasectomy makes you squeamish, here’s good news. You now have the option of choosing nitrous oxide – also known as laughing gas – to help you relax during the brief 30-minute procedure.
Nitrous oxide is a safe way to relieve the anxiety some men experience during vasectomy. It’s an odorless gas that you’ll breath just before the procedure begins. It won’t completely sedate you, but it will remove the stress and nervousness you may be feeling. Once the procedure ends, the nitrous oxide will be removed and within minutes you’ll feel back to normal. You won’t feel foggy afterwards and don’t need a ride home because of it.
Of course, your doctor will also numb the area with a topical anesthetic before your vasectomy begins, so you won’t feel any pain. If you want nitrous oxide, it will be used in addition to anesthetic.
You might be familiar with nitrous oxide at the dentist. It was first used to relieve pain and anxiety during dental procedures. Today it is frequently used during many other outpatient procedures including vasectomy.
MEET OUR NEWEST UROLOGISTS
Caitlin Shepherd, M.D.
Dr. Shepherd joins our Westside and Norwood locations after recently completing a fellowship in urologic oncology at the University of Oklahoma. She earned her medical degree and completed her residency at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Vinson Wang, M.D.
Dr. Wang joins our Lawrenceburg and Northern Kentucky locations since completing a fellowship in sexual medicine/andrology at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. He earned his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University, then completed an internship in general surgery and his residency in urology at New York Presbyterian Hospital.
FREE WEBINAR: OVERACTIVE BLADDER
Thursday, October 20 at 6:00 p.m.
If you’ve ever experienced the sudden urge to go to the bathroom – and sometimes not made it there in time – you might have an overactive bladder (OAB). More than 37 million adults in the U.S. face this condition. That’s 1 in 6 adults!
But, help is available in a variety of forms. Join Dr. Daniel Szabo for an informative webinar on OAB causes and treatments.
About Daniel Szabo, M.D.
Dr. Szabo sees patients in our Blue Ash and Norwood offices. He specializes in OAB, including nerve therapy for OAB.