Greater Boston Urology Blog

What Do Registered Dietitians Do?

Are you wondering what registered dietitians do—and don't do? Have you heard people sharing their experiences online and are wondering what's real and what's...

What is a Nurse Navigator?

Receiving a prostate cancer diagnosis can be equal parts scary and overwhelming. Our goal at GBU is to help patients every step of the way, which is why we...

Greater Boston Urology Reflects on 2021

Every December, we like to reflect on the previous twelve months. Even though 2021 was an incredibly challenging year, plenty of positives still happened. Here...

Bulkamid for Female Stress Urinary Incontinence

If you're a woman who's ever peed a little while doing something as simple as coughing or sneezing, you know how distressing stress urinary incontinence (SUI)...

What Happens When You See a Registered Dietitian?

The fear of the unknown can be a contributing factor when people avoid doing things that they know they should do, whether it's (finally) seeing the dentist...

12 Important Facts About Testicular Cancer

It's November, which is all about raising awareness regarding important men's health issues. Today, we're going to shine the light on testicular cancer.

What Does Blood in the Urine Indicate? Understanding...

Seeing blood in your urine can be distressing, but it's important not to panic. Hematuria, which is the medical name for blood in the urine, can have many...

What to Expect During Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

If you're new to pelvic floor physical therapy, you're not alone. Most people are familiar with the concept of physical therapy for things like knees and...

What's the Difference Between a Dietitian and a...

In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, anyone can say they are a "nutritionist." However, to have the title of Registered Dietitian, you must meet the following...