You Don’t Have To Suffer
While attending the Curve lingerie trade show in New York City on August 1, and as Curve was holding their Summer Soirée Party for its vendors and press, Daniel plus Lauren was introduced to Doctor, David Shusterman, MD, who specializes in reversing the dreaded process of a man’s prostate becoming enlarged as he gets older, where it becomes difficult to do simple things such as urinating, or enjoying sex, through Prostatic Artery Embolization (PAE) Treatment at 1 Prostate Urology, and NY Urology, the only doctors in New York City that truly can fix your prostate.
Forget all you’ve heard about treating an enlarged prostate through over the counter supplements that are just placebos for the mind, the matter of an enlarged prostate does not go away, Prostatic Artery Embolization (PAE) is a minimally invasive treatment rejuvenating the prostate without surgery, performed as an outpatient procedure that brings your prostate back to the level it was at when you were a kid, and no general anesthesia is required.
This high-tech, state-of-the-art procedure begins with a tiny pinhole like puncture in your upper thigh to gain access to your arterial system.
Using specialized X-ray equipment, a doctor called an Interventional Radiologist (IR) guides a catheter (a small hollow tube) to the vessels that supply blood to your prostate.
Once the IR reaches this location, embolic material (small particles about the size of a grain of sand) is injected through the catheter and into these blood vessels, decreasing blood flow to your prostate. The IR then repositions the catheter in order to treat the other side of your prostate.
Depriving the prostate of oxygenated blood will cause it to shrink, thereby improving your urinary symptoms.
When the IR has completed embolization of the prostatic arteries, the catheter is gently removed. The entire PAE treatment can typically take anywhere from one to four hours to perform.
One year after PAE, average prostate size is seen to shrink by approximately 40 percent, easing urinary symptoms, sparing erectile function, preserving sexual function and improving quality of life.
PAE is a safe treatment option for men with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and, like other minimally invasive procedures, has significant advantages over conventional surgery.
Men who’ve undergone PAE have reported experiencing a high degree of satisfaction, which has long lasting durable results.
Dr. David Shusterman, MD is also featured in Insider magazine, where Dr. Shusterman created a “Bladder Botox” for those driving up from New York City to The Hamptons, the problem was those driving up took forever to get to their destination because they had to stop to pee (plus very few stops en route), “Bladder Botox” reduces the size of a man’s prostate, plus it decreases urinary frequency for women, eliminating the stigma of “Hamptons Bladder”.
Enhancing the quality of life is job one for Dr. David Shusterman, MD, who sees high tech solutions for improving your body’s organs for not only life enhancement, but adding years to your life where you don’t have to accept the fate of getting older, or living with the minor, major, or deadly conditions that you have, there’s more life you have to live, not just for you, but for your family, friends, and your kids.