Keeping your kidneys healthy is vital to your overall health, wellbeing, and longevity. Healthy kidneys mean that your body can filter and get rid of waste properly, can produce necessary hormones and can undertake other essential functions to keep your body strong and healthy.Read More »A guide to keeping your kidneys healthy
Urinary incontinence is an issue that some sufferers may feel embarrassed about, but might be relieved to hear is more common than they realise. It is also usually very treatable – with treatments ranging from exercises, to various surgery options or medication, depending on the nature of the condition and its cause.Read More »What is Stress Incontinence?
Learn more about the urological treatments for kidney stones by understanding that kidney stones occur when salts in the urine form into solid crystals or ‘stones’. These stones can block the normal urine flow, and can be accompanied by severe pain.Read More »Urological Treatments for Kidney Stones
Your pelvic floor is a section of muscle which runs from your pubic bone at the front of your body, and connects to your tailbone at the back. In women, this muscle acts as a kind of hammock, supporting the womb, bladder and bowel. In men, the pelvic floor supports the bladder and bowel.Read More »Best Pelvic Floor Exercises for Men and Women
Overactive Bladder dysfunction or OAB is a common infliction in older men and women, or as a side-effect to pregnancy and certain cancer treatments.Read More »[Video] What exactly is over-active bladder dysfunction or OAB?
Many people see urine leakage as something embarrassing or a taboo subject. Urine leakage, however, is a completely normal problem that many people experience over the course of their life. In fact, 15% of men and 37% of women in Australia experience urinal leakage, also known as incontinence, at some stage in their life. In this blog post, we breakdown the causes of leakage and outline the effective methods that can treat it.Read More »What are the causes of urine leakage and how to control it?
An estimated 50 percent of men aged 40 to 70 experience some form of Erectile Dysfunction at one time or another.Read More »[Video] How do I talk about Erectile Dysfunction?
There can be many reasons for a penis to be bent. It is not unusual have a penis curve slightly upwards, right or left when erect. However if you are concerned that the curve is more than slight, it could be symptomatic of Peyronie’s Disease. The primary cause of the disease is so far unknown but can be attributed to a variety of things.Read More »Why is my penis bent?
If non-surgical management is not effective to treat Erectile Dysfunction, there is another very effective option: a penile prosthesis.Read More »What are penile implants and how much do they cost?