Low testosterone is a trendy diagnosis these days, but is this a real ailment…or one created by pharmaceutical marketing? Dr. Geo Espinosa, explains that men’s testosterone levels decline by 1% per year after age 30.
Dr. Geo Espinosa explains how prostatitis is diagnosed—and how it is often misdiagnosed.
Many men experience urinary difficulties as they age—increased urgency, frequency and the need to urinate at night . In this video, Dr. Geo Espinosa discusses what men can do to overcome these issues.
Currently, there is a shocking epidemic of erectile dysfunction (ED) in men in their 20s. Dr. Geo Espinosa regularly treats patients with ED, and 50% of those patients are under the age of 30.
Prostatitis is swelling and inflammation of the prostate gland. Dr. Geo Espinosa discusses the symptoms of and treatments for this condition.
Dr. Geo Espinosa discusses his CaPLESS method for living well with prostate cancer.
In this video, Dr. Geo Espinosa, ND, LAc, IFMCP, CNS, clinical assistant professor of integrative…
There are several treatments available for prostate cancer, so how do you decide which is best for you? In this video, Dr. Geo Espinosa, explains that it depends on the specifics of the case.
Dr. Geo Espinosa discusses treating prostate cancer with chemotherapy.
Dr. Geo Espinosa discusses treating prostate cancer with high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU).
Dr. Geo Espinosa discusses treating prostate cancer with external beam radiation.
Dr. Geo Espinosa discusses treating prostate cancer with CyberKnife.
Dr. Geo Espinosa, ND, LAc, IFMCP, CNS, clinical assistant professor of integrative and functional urology…
While prostate cancer can be treated with surgery, there are other, less invasive options for people diagnosed with the disease. In this video, Dr. Geo Espinosa, explains two of these options—watchful waiting and active surveillance.
When it comes to treating prostate cancer, men often are given the choice between surgery performed by a robot or traditional open surgery performed by a surgeon. In this video, Dr. Geo Espinosa explains the risks and benefits of each procedure.
Dr. Geo Espinosa discusses treatments for erectile dysfunction (ED).
The average age when men are diagnosed with prostate cancer is 62—but in recent years, more men in their 40s are being diagnosed with aggressive forms of this disease. In this video, Dr. Geo Espinosa discusses this increased incidence of aggressive prostate cancer in younger men as well as what they can do to prevent this.
Dr. Geo Espinosa talks about the supplements men can take to reduce their prostate cancer risk.
A recent large-scale study has found that the more frequently a man has sex, the less likely he is to get prostate cancer. Dr. Geo Espinosa discusses the results of this study.