Are you debating different types of kidney stone treatments, such as lasers vs. shock wave lithotripsy? Three of our GBU physicians weigh in.
In his own words, Dr. Ryan E. Frankel discusses a specific treatment for erectile dysfunction: the penile prosthesis. (We’ve lightly edited the transcript for readability.) You can also watch the video—he discusses everything around two minutes in.
In his own words, Dr. Michael J. Curran discusses a condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). You can also watch the video—he discusses everything around 40 seconds in. (We’ve lightly edited the transcript for readability.)
In his own words, Dr. Ted O. Morgan discusses urinary incontinence, including treatment options (we’ve lightly edited the transcript for readability). You can also watch the video—he discusses everything around 1:40 in.
Dr. Angel Marie Johnson, who is the director of our Women’s Health Center in Dedham, will sometimes prescribe topical vaginal estrogen cream for the following indications, many of which are associated with menopause:
According to its website, MonaLisa Touch® is a new procedure based on a unique concept and designed to restore the trophic conditions of the vaginal and the vulvar area. Below, Dr. Stephen Craig Gillard describes the procedure in his own words (the content has been edited for readability). You can also watch the video—he discusses the procedure around 1:30 in.
When it comes to pelvic exams (vaginal exams), our urogynecologist Dr. Angel Marie Johnson always starts where you are—learning what you’re comfortable with, understanding what your concerns are, and explaining what to expect each step of the way as she conducts the exam.
Last year, we shared a post that highlighted big moments for GBU and the field of urology in general. It was definitely one of our most popular articles, so we’re back with the 2017 edition.
At Greater Boston Urology, we have two fabulous physician assistants. Donna Robbins works out of our Dedham Care Center and Elisabeth MacDonald is based out of our Falmouth Care Center. A common question we hear from patients is “what does a physician assistant do”? We asked both of our PAs to help us answer this question (as well as some others).
In honor of Bladder Health Month, we asked Dr. Angel Marie Johnson, the director of our Women’s Health Center in Dedham, to provide some insights regarding optimal bladder function. This applies to women and men.