Motion Medical Group provides a comprehensive men’s health service as part of our full-service programs for patients. Supporting men’s health means offering screening procedures for conditions that are exclusive to men, such as prostate cancer. Our team provides a confidential environment, allowing men to get the quality health care they need.

  • What does it mean to offer men’s health care?

    The men’s health care service provides support for the unique medical challenges men face, as well as covering basic care issues. Men’s health is about developing a collaboration that includes wellness, screening, proper diagnostics, and treatment options. This service would include:

    • Urology
    • Cardiology
    • Endocrinology
    • ENT
    • Gastroenterology
    • Orthopedics
    • Primary Care
    It’s a comprehensive care plan created with men in mind.
  • Does men’s health mean screening for prostate cancer?

    Prostate cancer is certainly a concern for men, especially as they grow older. During an exam, the doctor will look for prostate conditions like:

    • Prostatitis
    • Benign prostatic hyperplasia
    • Prostate cancer
    There is more at stake with men’s health than the prostate, though. This service covers everything from heart disease to testicular cancer. The focus is on all the basics along with conditions specific to men.
  • What should you expect from the men’s health service?

    Along with basic examination, the men’s service will include a regular screening of prostate and testicular health with:

    • A physical exam
    • A digital rectal exam
    • A prostate-specific antigen test
    We can also help with low testosterone problems that can lead to:
    • Erectile dysfunction
    • Low sex drive
    • Frequent mood swings
  • Are there conditions that tend to affect men more than women?

    The support of men’s health services isn’t that exclusive. As your family healthcare team, we treat conditions that affect both men and women like:

    • Cardiovascular disease
    • Colorectal cancer
    • Diabetes
    • Arthritis
    • High blood pressure
    We will also screen men for some conditions traditionally associated with women such as breast cancer.
  • Is the men’s health service perfect for older men?

    It’s not a service limited to older men. The men’s health service deals with conditions that affect young men such as testicular cancer. It is usually first diagnosed between the ages after age 20 and before age 40. Early detection and treatment will improve the odds of survival for most men.