Noncancerous prostate enlargement is a common condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). It occurs in approximately 50% of men over the age of 50.
When the prostate gland enlarges, the growth can obstruct the urethra, which can cause bothersome urinary symptoms, including weak urine stream, urinary urgency, and the inability to empty the bladder fully.
The endovascular treatment approach, prostate artery embolization (PAE), is a minimally invasive process, significantly reducing frustrating urinary symptoms caused by BPH.
Our doctors offer over three decades of combined experience performing advanced outpatient interventions for vascular disorders. Their unyielding focus on delivering optimal patient outcomes has made them trusted experts in their field.
Dramatically reduce prostate-related urinary symptoms without surgery or long recovery times.
At Texas Prostate Institute, we partner with you to successfully address a range of BPH-related symptoms. Our team uses innovative, image-guidance technology to deliver superior outcomes.
Our team prioritizes not only your physical health but also your overall comfort and well-being. We understand that treatment is just the beginning of your journey to wellness, and that's why we provide continuing care to help you thrive beyond your treatment.
We prioritize patient comfort, safety, and well-being.
We have extensive experience detecting and alleviating the symptoms of benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH), a widespread health concern experienced by approximately 50% of men over 50.
When you visit Texas Prostate Institute, you will receive specialized and confidential treatment focused on enhancing your prostate health without general anesthesia, closing sutures, or hospitalization.
Your evaluation will begin by taking your medical history and performing a thorough physical evaluation to determine the underlying cause of your urinary symptoms. Our specialists will then design a course of treatment to effectively eliminate painful urinary symptoms, including urinary urgency, incontinence, halting urination, and urinary frequency.
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