Greater Boston Urology Blog

17 Interesting Facts About Prostate Cancer & the Prostate...

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, a time to increase people's knowledge about this deadly disease that currently affects over 3.1 million American...

Pelvic Stability Exercises for Runners

Back in February, we discussed pelvic stability exercises for avoiding slips and falls during the winter months. Now that it's summer and everyone is spending...

How to Eat Healthy on Vacation: A Guide to Travel Nutrition

You might think that maintaining a healthful diet while vacationing is impossible thanks to all-you-can-eat buffets, poolside bars, and gas station cuisine....

Meet Our Newest Urologist: Dr. Bijan W. Salari

We're thrilled to welcome our newest urologist, Dr. Bijan W. Salari, to the Greater Boston Urology family. Dr. Salari will be working out of our Hyannis Care...

How to Track Your Water Intake

Dr. Angel Marie Johnson, the director of our Women's Health Center, and Dr. Alicia Jeffrey-Thomas, one of our wonderful pelvic floor physical therapists, has a...

Bladder Botox: What You Need to Know

Most people have probably heard of cosmetic Botox for treating wrinkles and frown lines. But did you know Botox can be used in the bladder? It's true!

Lycopene & Prostate Health: What You Need to Know

For many urologic/urogynecologic conditions, dietary changes are often first-line treatments. Today, we're discussing an appropriate topic for Men's Health...

Trigger Point Injections for Pelvic Pain

Are you a woman dealing with pelvic pain? Do you experience it during intercourse? Does it hurt to pee or poop? Do you have pain inside or outside your vaginal...

Pelvic Pain Awareness Month: How Pelvic Floor PT Can Help

May is Pelvic Pain Awareness Month, a designation that came about in 2017, thanks to the International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS) wanting to raise awareness...