Men's Health

Let’s Be Healthy Together

There are certain health concerns that apply specifically to men throughout their life cycle. Our providers offer extensive, vigilant treatment and screening options for these concerns to male patients throughout New Jersey.

Common Conditions for Male Patients

The medical concerns men face as they grow older vary depending on their age, their family history, lifestyles and their own medical history. We provide comprehensive services for a variety of conditions, including:

When men trust their care to our network of professionals, they can expect a patient-centered approach that incorporates the latest, state-of-the-art diagnostic technology, a wide spectrum of treatment options (both surgical and non-surgical) and access to various rehabilitation programs and therapies.

We work to ensure that our male patients have the information, resources, and support to screen for these health concerns and, if necessary, treat their condition.

Men's Health Screenings

Some common screenings for men for include:

We also provide comprehensive screening services for all male patients who want to monitor their health. From blood pressure and vision tests to prostate, glaucoma and colon cancer screenings, our dedicated staff of physicians, specialists and lab technicians are ready to assist you.

Check out the Men's Health Care Score Card for an easy way to keep track of the steps you should take to ensure a lifetime of good health, from checkups to immunizations and screenings.

Sexual and Reproductive Health for Men

Over the course of a man's life, it's common to face certain sexual or reproductive health concerns. We have assisted countless patients with various sexual health issues and provided the diagnostics, treatments and solutions for these hard-to-talk-about medical matters. We regularly assist patients with:

  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Sexually transmitted disease (STD) screenings
  • STD treatment
  • Sexual health affected by oncological or urological care
  • Minimally invasive surgical treatment
  • Psychological support and counseling

Review Your Family Health History With Your Doctor

We grow up knowing that we share much of ourselves with our parents: Our height. Our eyes. Our hair. Beyond physical features, however, we also share many critical health factors that can have an impact on our well-being. Assessing our patients' family health history is an invaluable factor in providing world-class care.

We share genes with not just our parents but our grandparents, siblings, aunts, uncles and other family members. Because genetic dispositions play such a critical role in determining our long-term health, having a perspective on your family's health can help doctors determine preventive care and provide greater insight into important risk factors for the patient.

These are just a few of the factors your doctor will ask about in relation to your family health history:

  • High blood pressure or cholesterol
  • Cancer
  • Asthma
  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes
  • Alzheimer's disease (or dementia)
  • Depression (and other mental health issues)

Healthy Lifestyles for Men

Men tend to be more hesitant when it comes to seeking medical care—whether it be routine check-ups or medical advice for an emerging concern. This means that many male patients do not receive the insight, guidance and care they need to monitor their health and make the necessary lifestyle adjustments they need to avoid serious medical consequences.

We believe in not only treating patients when they're ill but also providing them the tools, education and guidance they need to ensure their long-term health. Patient education is critical to our world-class treatment. We provide our patients with various programs, literature, and other resources they need to take charge of their health and safeguard their well-being in their everyday lives.

We offer programs for:

  • Wellness
  • Preventive care
  • Personal routine reminders

If you are looking for more information about a condition that is relevant to men's health, speak with your provider today.

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