What’s the Best Treatment for the Enlarged Prostate?

This is a question that I am frequently asked by my patients, friends and fellow gym members. Benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) or the enlarged prostate is a common problem that affects the aging male starting at about 45-50 years of age. The enlarging prostate narrows the urethra and causes slow and difficult urination. It can.. read more →

QME in Urology – My Personal Experience

  The California Workers’ Compensation (WC) system was initially established in 1911, as a voluntary plan by California employers to care for employees injured on the job. The California legislature passed the Boynton Act in 1913 requiring most employers to have WC coverage. The Workers’ Compensation Insurance and Safety Act replaced the Boynton Act in.. read more →

The Rise and Fall of the Mesh

I recently attended the 13th Annual Female Urology and Urogynecology Symposium (FUUS) that was held in Las Vegas, Nevada, from June 12 to 14, 2014. All subjects pertaining to female urological and pelvic floor disorders were discussed by leading authorities in those fields. A lot of time was spent discussing  the subject of the use.. read more →