Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/16/2018 -- PA Vascular Institute is now booking consultations for patients seeking information on prostate artery embolization (PAE), a procedure which has successfully relieved the symptoms of BPH for many men. BPH, or benign prostatic hyperplasia, is commonly referred to as an enlarged prostate and causes a range of urinary difficulties and discomfort for aging males. The PAE procedure provides a minimally invasive alternative for patients seeking relief from the symptoms of BPH.
Those living with an enlarged prostate will notice a range of urinary complications including a weak or inconsistent stream, more frequent urination at night, inability to completely drain the bladder, and in some cases, infections of the urinary tract and other symptoms. While a doctor may initially prescribe medications in an attempt to reduce symptoms, for many men suffering from BPH, medications do not provide relief.
For men who do not find medications to be helpful for their symptoms, a few different surgical options are available. However, each of these surgeries comes with possible side-effects, including impotence and incontinence. Luckily, PAE is a procedure that has not shown to cause these side-effects, which is part of why it has grown in popularity in recent years.
As a top-rated clinic in the Philadelphia area for arterial and vascular disease treatments including leg vein treatments in Philadelphia and spider vein treatments in Lehigh Valley, PA Vascular Institute always strives to provide the most effective solutions for all of its patients. By offering patients PAE as an alternative to traditional prostate surgeries, the practice can help to relieve the discomfort and troubles associated with BPH without the complications that come with the other surgeries.
To schedule a consultation with Dr. Aaron Shiloh, Dr. Ryan Bonshock, Dr. Ed Pavillard or Dr. Mike Watts at PA Vascular Institute, give the office a call at 800-614-7294 or schedule a visit online.
About Pennsylvania Vascular Institute
Pennsylvania Vascular Institute strives to bring patients only the best healthcare services in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania area. With four convenient locations in Philadelphia, King of Prussia, the Lehigh Valley, and Trenton, the PA Vascular Institute treats those suffering from circulatory issues including peripheral arterial disease, fibroid disease, and offers various procedures for spider veins, back pain, and cancer care.
To learn more about Pennsylvania Vascular Institute, or to schedule an appointment, please visit their website http://www.pavascularinstitute.com/.