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Men's Health Specialist

Treken Primary Care

Primary Care Practice & Family Medicine located in Atlanta, GA

At Treken Primary Care in Atlanta, Georgia, the providers encourage men to take care of their health, including coming in for check-ups and preventive care. The caring team offers comprehensive men’s health care, including prostate screenings and help for erectile dysfunction, to help you enjoy whole-body wellness. Click the online scheduler or call the office to book your appointment today.

Men's Health Q & A

How often do I need a men’s health check-up?

Your Treken Primary Care provider customizes an exam schedule for you. Most men need annual men’s health exams, but if you suffer from chronic health problems or develop new health issues you might need more frequent check-ups. 

What does a men’s health exam include?

Your men’s health exam is a comprehensive evaluation that can cover everything normally included in an annual physical. Additionally, men’s health visits focus on male-specific concerns like prostate problems and erectile dysfunction.

If you suffer from chronic conditions, such as hypertension or diabetes, your Treken Primary Care provider can monitor your condition and make any necessary changes to your treatment plan during your men’s health check-up. 

Do I need a prostate cancer screening?

It depends on your age, health history, and your family history of prostate cancer. Healthy men with no significant risk factors generally start prostate cancer screenings at around age 50, but you might need to begin screenings as early as age 40 if you’re at risk. Your Treken Primary Care provider recommends a personalized prostate cancer screening schedule for you. 

What does a prostate cancer screening include?

Prostate cancer screening typically includes a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test, a digital rectal exam, or both. Your Treken Primary Care provider can perform a quick check of your prostate during your annual men’s health check-up and you can have the blood test done soon thereafter.

What can I do about erectile dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction, which can include difficulty achieving an erection, struggling to maintain an erection, or both, is a very common problem. In fact, 15-30 million men have this condition. 

Although it can be a frustrating and embarrassing problem, there’s no need to struggle with erectile dysfunction long term. Your Treken Primary Care provider can customize your treatment for erectile dysfunction according to its underlying cause. Many men benefit from lifestyle changes, oral medication, testosterone replacement therapy, or other treatments. 

No matter what your health concerns and problems might be, the Treken Primary Care team can help you with preventive lifestyle changes to improve your current health and well-being. Just use the online appointment maker or call the office to schedule your men’s health appointment today.