The lismore clinic
Regular health check-ups and screenings, along with a healthy lifestyle, contribute to a longer and healthier life. Please be encouraged to discuss prostate cancer screening and bowel screening with your GP.
This includes topics such as physical activity, a healthy diet and regular check-ups. Please remember cardiovascular and
diabetes screenings are important to reduce risk of heart attacks and strokes. Book in for a mens health check to prevent complications later.
45% of Australians will suffer with mental health illness at some point in their lives. Please don’t feel alone or hopeless, book an appointment with your GP to access support and treatment.
Regular mental health check-ups can help identify and address issues such as anxiety or depression. Around 30% of GP attendances include mental health issues. Please do not feel alone we want to listen and help you address mental health concerns. Anxiety, depression and other mental health issues are treatable with both psychology, lifestyle and medication options. We want to work with you to improve your mood and quality of life and relationships.
Regular screenings for conditions like prostate cancer plus self examination for testicular cancer can aid in early detection and treatment. Erectile dysfunction can affect 2 in 3 males over the age of 45. Your doctor can help address this.
We routinely offer prostate screening blood tests to those over 50 after discussions of the benefits and certainly want to see men having symptoms of prosate issues eg poor stream, hesitancy and getting up multiple times at night to pass urine. Book in for a discussion and blood test today!
Alcohol and Smoking
Moderating alcohol consumption is important for liver health and overall well-being. Try to aim for 2-3 alcohol free days a week
as a minimum. Quitting smoking and avoiding other tobacco products is crucial for reducing the risk of cancers and other health problems.
Sexual Health and PrEP
Sexually transmitted infections are very common. Please book in for screening via blood tests or urine tests both if you are symptomatic or asymptomatic. And remember to use a condom! Speak to your GP about PrEP for HIV prevention.
It's important for men to be proactive about their health, seek medical advice when needed, and adopt a lifestyle that promotes overall well-being.
Regular health check-ups and screenings, along with a healthy lifestyle, contribute to a longer and healthier life. If you have specific questions or concerns about men's health, please contact us.
Taking a proactive approach to health can significantly contribute to the well-being of men at all stages of life.