Dr. David Shusterman, a board certified specialist in urology at NY Urology with locations in both Forest Hills and Midtown East, New York City, New York, diagnoses and treats problems specific to men in a compassionate and caring way. Dr. Shusterman is recognized by his peers for his ability to provide men help with sensitive medical needs in a way that makes them feel more comfortable. To get male-specific care, make an appointment with Dr. Shusterman online or by phone.
Men's health service is simply medical care that supports the needs of men. It’s a combination of wellness care, preventive medicine, proper diagnostics, and comprehensive treatment options. The phrase “men’s health” indicates a broad spectrum of services that include gender-specific urology concerns, but is holistic in nature. You can expect Dr. Shusterman to look beyond the urinary system and consider:
Men's health is an all-inclusive care system created for men.
Prostate health is certainly a prominent factor in men's health. As men grow older, their risk of having a problem prostate increases. Dr. Shusterman looks for conditions like:
That’s not the only issue that men deal with, though. The men’s health service focuses on urology but is really about wellness. Dr. Shusterman's goal is to cover the health basics along with conditions specific to men.
The men’s health service includes a regular screening of prostate and testicular conditions. A physical involves a traditional exam, along with a digital rectal exam and a prostate-specific antigen test (if needed). NY Urology also helps patients suffering from low testosterone that can lead to erectile dysfunction, low sex drive, and mood swings. That is all part of the men’s health service.
No, men of all ages face gender-specific health problems. The truth is young men are often at risk for different urological problems such as testicular cancer. It usually strikes men between the ages of 20 and 39 and early diagnosis is the key to survival.
Men have a higher risk for some illnesses that can affect both genders such as cardiovascular disease, colorectal cancer, and diabetes. Prevention and wellness care include screening for chronic illnesses, as well as gender-specific conditions like prostate cancer. Men’s health even includes screening for some conditions generally associated with women, such as breast cancer or hormone imbalances.