Men's health Saturday morning clinics

23 May 2019

General Practitioner: Dr Aigbs Ohiwerei

Clinic: Men's health (with other health concerns welcome)

Time: Saturday, 9am - 12pm 

Dr Ohiwerei’s men's health clinic will give you the opportunity to discuss a wide range of male focused healthcare concerns including:

  • Bladder or prostate symptoms
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • Mental health
  • Testicular lumps
  • Testicular pain
  • Testicular examination
  • Prostate examination and PSA testing if appropriate (part of screening for prostate cancer)

During these sessions you will have 30 minutes with Dr Ohiwerei to properly discuss any health concerns you may have, whether you’ve discovered a lump or are worried about something else. These sessions will allow you sufficient time for an in-depth consultation which will involve taking a medical history, carrying out all appropriate examinations and discussion of any investigations and management plans.

Most men don't visit their GPs as early or as often as they should. This may be due to having a busy schedule or being embarrassed about what might happen during the examination.  

We know that because of these reasons for many men seeing a GP is not always the easiest thing to do and they often put it off. However it is important that you see a doctor if you have any concerns about your health as most conditions can be managed effectively if addressed early. Call now to arrange your appointment.

If you would like to book a session at the clinic contact the team today on cservice-pt@spirehealthcare.com or call 02394 275 058.

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