Greater Boston Urology Blog

Vaginal Hygiene Tips: Is It Really Like a Self-Cleaning...

Given all the feminine hygiene products in the marketplace and the endless information on the Internet, it's easy to get confused about something as seemingly...

Axonics vs. Medtronic for Bladder and Bowel Dysfunction

Are you suffering from overactive bladder, urinary retention, or fecal incontinence? Is it affecting your quality of life? Have you tried lifestyle changes and...

15 Facts About Kidney Cancer

March is National Kidney Cancer Awareness Month. It's also National Kidney Month. We've already written about kidney stones—you can test your kidney stone...

The 2021 ZERO Prostate Cancer Summit: 6 Reasons to Attend

The ZERO Prostate Cancer Summit is for anyone who's been affected by prostate cancer. As its website says, the Summit "brings together the top minds in...

World Cancer Day 2021: Lifestyle Changes to Consider

World Cancer Day is February 4, and the whole month of February is National Cancer Prevention Month

Pelvic Stability Exercises for Avoiding Slips & Falls This...

Oh, the weather outside is frightful! But what do we expect, right? It is January in Boston!

Mona Lisa Touch for Vaginal Conditions: Is It Right For You?

If you're dealing with vaginal dryness, you're not alone. Today, Dr. Angel Marie Johnson, director of our Women's Health Center in Dedham, discusses one...

Greater Boston Urology Reflects on 2020

Every December, we reflect on the year that was—while looking ahead to the next twelve months. To say 2020 has been challenging would be an understatement....

GBU Doctor Earns Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner...

If you're a woman or man dealing with pelvic pain and/or chronic conditions affecting the pelvic area, pelvic floor physical therapy might help. At Greater...