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Men’s health starts with good relationships

Men are at higher risk for many serious diseases, such as heart disease, orthopedic injuries and certain cancers. The good news is that most of these are preventable with healthy lifestyle choices, preventive screenings and regular health checkups

All Men's Health Services

Men’s Primary Care

If it's time for a little “preventive maintenance” on yourself or if a health issue has slowed you down, our primary care providers are focused on improving your overall health and well-being at every stage of life. Good health starts with Primary Care.

Providers for ages 18-74 
Adult primary care locations 
Urgent Care 

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Urology Care

Whether dealing with kidney stones, urinary dysfunction or have been diagnosed with prostate issues, our urologists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect men.

Learn about our expert urology care team and the conditions we treat 


Problems with your bones and joints, whether caused by sports, lifestyle or arthritis, have a huge impact on your life. Our team can get you back to enjoying life with personalized orthopedic care.

Joint Reconstruction 
Sports Medicine 
All Orthopedics Care Services 

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Heart Health

Heart disease is a leading cause of death for men in the United States. The good news? Heart disease can often be prevented or successfully controlled with the help of a cardiologist.

Learn about the right time to see a Cardiologist and the care we provide 

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Cancer Care

We treat it all. Our approach to cancer care brings together a team of experts, gathered at the same table and focused on you.

Prostate Cancer Ablation 
Urologic Cancer 
All Cancer Care Services 

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In the Health Blog
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Follow these tips for a healthy 2024

During an interview with Houston Life, Dr. Carlos Dostal shares tips for how to have a healthy 2024.

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Prostate cancer treatment options

Surgeons Dr. Stephen Williams and Dr. Laith Alzweri share insights and information on prostate cancer and its potential treatment options.

You may need to begin colorectal screening at 45

Americans born in 1990 have twice the risk of colon cancer and four times the risk of rectal cancer as those born in 1950. People younger than 55 are also more likely to be diagnosed with late-stage colorectal cancer.

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