Men

Being a man means taking care of things, including your health.  Taking action by visiting the doctor regularly, checking up on any health concerns, and making healthy lifestyle choices can help a man be at his best.         

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    Health screenings help doctors and other providers detect conditions at earlier, more treatable stages.  Whether we’re screening for blood glucose (for diabetes), cholesterol (for heart disease) or PSA (for prostate cancer), the goal of all screenings is to bring attention to a problem or a developing problem.

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  • Men's Cancers & the Importance of Early Detection

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  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome Q&A

    IBS is most common in women, and is most common in women under 50. However, men or women at any age can be diagnosed. It does occur in children, but is far more common in adults.  Some of the most frequently asked questions can be found here.

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  • Pain Management Q&A

    When someone is in pain, it affects every aspect of their life, and can lead to many questions about how to address pain.  Below, I’ve provided answers to some of the most common questions I receive as a pain management specialist.
     

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  • Get a Vasectomy, Be Her Hero

    Once a couple has decided that their family is complete, or a man simply knows that he doesn’t want future children, vasectomy is an option to consider. Vasectomy is highly effective and is covered by insurance.

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  • Erectile Dysfunction

    Dr. Siami answers questions about ED. 

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  • Vasectomy

    Dr. Siami explains the vasectomy procedure.

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