“Men are often reluctant to visit their physicians until it’s too late,” said Shaw. “The Movember movement raised the visibility for medical issues facing men and, ultimately, got many to visit their doctors."
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 28, 2014
The Movember movement received national attention last year when celebs like James Franco, George Clooney and “The Today Show’s” Matt Lauer grew moustaches to call attention to men’s health issues. This year, Boston Medical Group (BMG), the nation’s largest men’s sexual health practice with 23 clinics nationwide, will offer free screenings to determine if you are at risk or are currently suffering from any number of conditions including low testosterone, an inability to sustain intimate contact, premature issues and blood flow restriction, announced board-certified urologist Robert Shaw, M.D., principal member of the BMG medical team. The specialized tests usually cost $395, but the fee will be waived during November.
“Men are often reluctant to visit their physicians until it’s too late,” said Shaw. “The Movember movement received a lot of attention, raised the visibility for many medical issues facing men including prostate cancer and, ultimately, got many men to visit their doctors.
“Boston Medical Group is on the vanguard of men’s sexual health and we offer sophisticated diagnostic tests not available at most doctors' offices to see if you’re at risk,” he continued. “Our treatment methods are so advanced that men who may have already been diagnosed but didn’t respond to treatment are finding hope.”
For more information or to schedule the free confidential diagnostic exam, visit http://www.BostonMedicalGroup.com or call 800-337-7555.