Trilogy, California, April 19th, 2010 – Dr. Ralph (Tony) Highshaw, a foremost urologist in Southern California that runs http://www.southerncaliforniaurologist.com , spoke to an audience on April 2nd concerning several urologic health issues, including prostate cancer screening tools and women’s incontinence.
Online PR News – 20-April-2010 – – Dr. Highshaw’s talk specifically addressed ways to detect and treat prostate cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), as well as the three types of female incontinence. Drawing on his decades of education, practice, and research in comprehensive urology, Dr. Highshaw discussed the symptoms of BPH. He described the methods of screening for prostate cancer, as well as the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer. He also explained the three categories of female incontinence (leakage), comprising stress urinary incontinence, urge incontinence, and mixed incontinence, and how to improve these conditions. Dr. Highshaw additionally mentioned the “fallen bladder” condition (cystoceles) in women and how it is treated surgically.
Dr. Highshaw combines many years of training, research, and practice to ensure the best options for treatment are given to his patients. His expertise encompasses all urologic procedures such as the treatment of kidney/ureteral stones, and urologic cancers (prostate, bladder, kidney, testis). He works hard to provide a gold standard of care and keeps his patients fully informed about their condition and treatment options.
More details about Dr. Highshaw’s specialties and surgical expertise can be found on his website at http://www.southerncaliforniaurologist.com which will be updated frequently with exciting new content on these types of treatments and other related articles.
About Dr. Ralph (Tony) Highshaw: Dr. Highshaw, a board certified urologist, operates private practices in Riverside and Orange Counties, California, serves as Chief of the Surgery Department at Corona Regional Medical Center, and has membership in multiple professional associations.