|Prostatitis --Pointers to
|This website has information about prostate massagers: http://www.highisland.com
Pointers relating to prostatitis, other prostate
problems including prostate cancer, impotence or health care in
Note: Because there is no scientific consensus on prostatitis and because some patients continue to suffer despite even the best methods, it is up to you, the patient, to decide what works best for you. The Prostatitis Foundation does not make any warranty or promise about the quality of information at any of these sites nor the quality of medical care that can be found through the sites. There are no sure cures for prostatitis that work in every case. The information here is for your consideration only and not a recommendation of the Prostatitis Foundation or anyone affiliated with it.
I am a consultant Urological Surgeon in the UK and am interested in being added to the list. My primary interest is in stone disease but I have developed a clinical interest in prostatitis . You can search my publication history on Pub Med.
Dr Stephen Keoghane MBBS MS FRCS
Consultant Urological Surgeon
Spire Hospital Portsmouth
|I have just finished conducting a pilot study testing acupuncture for chronic
prostatitis and will be developing a larger phase clinical trial in the
future. I also see patients through my private practice in Manhattan and at
the Center for Holistic Urology, Columbia University Medical Center, New
York, New York. We also have a number of publications in press that might be
of interest and I am also available for speaking/educational engagements in
the New York area. Jillian L Capodice, MS, LAc Center for Holistic Urology,
Department of Urology, Columbia University Medical Center, 161 Fort Washington
Avenue, 11th Floor New York, NY 10032, Tel 212-305-5727, Fax 212-305- 1564,www.holisticurology.com or 157 East 86th Street, Suite 2B, New York, New
York, Tel 212-426-2622 Fax 212-426-0877, email@example.com
|www.cystitispatientsurvey.com is a survey of patients regarding the main treatments for cystitis and whether the patient feels each test and treatment left him or her feeling better, worse, or had no effect. We also ask what the patient has found to be effective in dealing with "frequency and urgency" and pelvic pain. Many men have cystitis, of course, and one doctor believes that 10% of prostatitis patients may actually have cystitis. We have many more women responders to the survey than men at present and would really appreciate it if those of you who have cystitis would participate.
Trabucco, M.D., F.A.C.S. is a board certified Urologist. He specializes in urology/urologic surgery and prostatitis.Office Address: 2385 E. Prater Way, Suite 102, Sparks, NV 89434 tel# (775) 359-7008
|In Eugene and Florence, OR, the Litin,
McDuffie, Bergreen and McKimmy Urologic Clinic offers a
range of urologic services in the diagnosis and management of
|Dr. Alexis Te, a Urologist at
Columbia University in New York City, participates in
a website describing the prostate
center and the urology department there.
|Dr. A. Toth
is chief physician at the Mcleod
Laboratory in New York City, an infertility clinic
that has been recommended by some prostatitis patients. Their
site features his book on treating infertility.
A. N. Feliciano has a website about prostatitis.
Prostatitis clinic. This page describes a Chinese prostatitis
clinic run by Dr. George Yuan Lu, M.D. . The clinic is in Xi'an,
Shaanxi, the People's Republic of China.
|Dr. Milton Krisiloff of Santa
Monica, CA has a website for his dietary
treatment for prostatitis and other urinary tract disorders.
The site describes the benefits of the diet, but does not
give particular details. For these you must order the diet book.
"The Krisiloff Diet is for: men with prostatitis or prostatitis
related symptoms of epididymitis, elevated PSA, premature ejaculation,
blood in the urine or painful sex; women with urethral syndrome
or related symptoms of urine incontinence, blood in the urine
or painful sex; and children with bed-wetting problems."
| The Prostate Cancer Foundation is the world's largest philanthropic source of support for prostate cancer research. Founded in 1993, the PCF has raised more than $230 million and provided funding for prostate cancer research to more than 1,200 researchers at 100 institutions worldwide. The PCF has a simple, yet urgent goal: to find better treatments and a cure for recurrent prostate cancer.
Please visit www.prostatecancerfoundation.org for more information.
Other Web resources
|Association of Peyronnies Disease Advocates
Information Provided at www.peyroniesassociation.org
MerckSource.com offers a wide variety of core health tools and resources,
available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Prostate disease information
|Our site empowers people with valuable, accurate, timely information. We are
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|TTMed is an updated medical education portal tool used by general practitioners, specialist physicians, healthcare professionals, educators and students to stay abreast of new developments in their medical fields.
|Stress, Anxiety and Depression Resource Center
The Stress, Anxiety, and Depression Resource Center contain the information you need to know on everything related to the natural alleviation of depression, stress, and anxiety.
| The Interstitial Cystitis Association is at http://www.ichelp.org.
Founded in 1984, ICA is a not-for-profit health organization
dedicated to providing patient and physician educational information
and programs, patient support, public awareness and, most importantly,
research funding. The ICA works nationwide on behalf of all
Interstitial Cystitis web page.
|The Osbon Foundation's Impotence Resource Center is a valuable resource for anyone with concerns about impotence problems. New in October, 1996.
Quackwatch is a website dedicated to helping people detect
and avoid medical quackery. There could be medical quackery
in any disease where "official" scientific medicine
does not offer a clear course of action.
|Don Cooley writes: "My web site at http://www.cooleyville.com/cancer
is a non-commercial site about prostate cancer. It is a virtual
encyclopedia of information covering all aspects of prostate
cancer. It is over 450,000 words and 300 web pages which is
the equivalent of three normal books. Besides it is kept current
almost daily and therefore has all the latest information. It
is completely non-commercial and was developed by me after I
was diagnosed with prostate cancer and I still maintain it without
help - either money or development. It is the largest prostate
cancer site on the web developed and owned by an individual
and covers pre and post diagnosis information, treatments and
studies - and much more."
|Mas Takashima sells a newly
U.S. patented prostate massager. It has been available now for
over 2 years at http://www.highisland.com..
It is designed by an engineer/physician team that has extensive
knowledge of the anatomy of the male genitourinary system, according
to the company. The company also states that their product has
"helped our customers with their chronic prostatitis problems."
|Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report --- Weekly Edition
The Mayo Clinic. They provide prostatitis care through their urology department.
|Jonathan Tward's Multimedia Medical Reference Library
|UROlog page: about kidney, bladder, prostate problems
| Urology(Medical Specialties)
|Harvard Medical Web Home Page
|MaleGenital Pathology Not for the squeamish.
|We believe that our ProstaGo (you can see it on www.prostago.com) will be helpful for all the patients that suffer from Prostatitis and who don't have, or want to have somebody to do the drainage of their Prostate.
|Health and Medicine Web Site Directory
|BPH. If you have an interest in the BPH center see: http://www.agingresearch.org/bph/welcome.cfm
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