How often do you change the oil in the car, the filter in your HVAC or the batteries in your smoke detector? It’s all part of routine maintenance. But what about the most important machine in your life – your body?
With Father’s Day approaching, it’s a good time to start thinking about the men you care about whether it be your father, husband, uncle, brother, son or friend. While early screenings and detections may save lives, there are other preventive measures – or routine maintenance – that may improve overall health.
Join us Live on Facebook on Thursday, June 13 at 5 pm with one of our men’s health subject-matter experts, Brian Cohen, MD, MPH, as we explore urological conditions in men, including:
- What you can do to take better care of your health
- The warning signs of urological conditions
- Understanding when to seek care from a healthcare professional
- Available preventive screenings and visits
- Treatment options for urological disorders
Brian Cohen, MD, MPH, is a board-certified urologist at Mission Urology in Asheville. He sees both men and women with incontinence, problems passing urine and other urologic disorders.
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