It’s official — you have finished your prostate cancer treatment and you are ready to get back to living your life in the Inland Empire. The bottom line is cancer has changed you, and it is time to make some positive lifestyle changes in order to enjoy your life to the fullest.Details
Incontinence is not an equal opportunity physical disorder. It is far more likely to strike a woman than a man. The number one this about incontinence is that it is nothing more than a sign of aging.Details
Erectile Dysfunction, which is often referred to as ED, is a condition that effects as many as 30 million men in the United States. Defined as a man’s inability to have an erection that is suitable for sexual intercourse or maintain an erection that will be suitable for intercourse.Details
Kidney cancer is an extremely common form of cancer, with nearly 200,000 new cases being diagnosed each year in the United States. Dr. Pedram Ilbeigi, of the Valley Urologic Medical Group, knows that it can be devastating for a patient to find out that they have kidney cancer, but those who have been diagnosed in the Inland Empire have a unique treatment option. Dr. Ilbeigi offers patients the option to use the da Vinci surgical system.Details
Cryosurgery is used to freeze and kill abnormal cells. For this reason, it is used as a treatment for some types of cancer.
Cryosurgery can be an alternative to a prostatectomy, as long as the cancer is in its early stages and still confined to the prostate gland. However, a man with an oversized prostate may not be a good candidate for cryosurgery. An Inland Empire board certified urologist will exam the patient and determine whether he is a good candidate for cryosurgery.Details
Most men and many women know what it is like to get up in the middle of the night with an urge to urinate. It can lead to sleepless nights and zombie-like days: not an ideal way to perform at work. Frequent nighttime urges may be a symptom of an overactive bladder.Details