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Heart care

Men are at increased risk for heart problems as they age.  Low energy, easy fatigue, chest pain, lightheadedness, shortness of breath, or fast/irregular heartbeat can be symptoms of cardiac issues.  Keep up on doctor’s appointments and don’t delay care throughout the pandemic.  Schedule a consultation to stay heart healthy.

  • We offer the most advanced heart care in the western states with access to clinical trials that are not offered anywhere else.
  • Our team-based approach offers you personalized treatment all in one location close to your home.  You can see every specialist involved in your care in one visit.    

Back pain

Working from home, sitting more or doing more desk work?  Less daily activity could be contributing to your back and neck pain. Turn to our experts when your back and neck pain is keeping you from performing daily activities or enjoying the things you love. 

  • Surgery isn’t always the answer.
  • We also offer conservative, non-surgical treatment options that can relieve your pain.

Joint pain

Joint pain can be common in middle age, but that doesn’t mean you have to live with it.  Address the pain with the right orthopedic treatment today.

  • Our specialists can provide you with a variety of options from medicine to injection therapy or rehabilitation and surgery. 
  • We offer robotic-assisted joint replacement surgery at Grandview Hospital which allows patients to go home quicker – sometimes same day – and get back to activity sooner.

Sprains and strains

Pushing through pain in your joints or muscles will continue to slow you down.

  • We offer leading edge office-based procedures and injection therapies.
  • Benefit from same day evaluation and imaging in most of our locations.

Urinary health and more

Do you have persistent bladder or urinary pain? Prostate, urinary health, sexual health and ED can be tough to talk about — but they’re important for quality of life.

  • Our team is involved in leading-edge research that offer new treatments for urinary health and the male reproductive organs.
  • We’ll develop a personalized care plan for you from the best treatment options available.

Primary Care

Regular checkups can help you stay on top of your health and prevent future illness. Your primary care provider also coordinates referrals to specialty care.

General Screening Guidelines

Age 18-39

  • Blood pressure: Starting at 20, then every year.
  • Cholesterol: Starting in mid-20s, earlier if there is family history.
  • Sexually transmitted infection (stis) test
  • Vision exam: Biannually from 18–60.
  • Dental exam: 1–2 times a year.
  • Tetanus-Diptheria booster vaccine: Every 10 years.
  • Avoid tobacco.
  • Wear sunscreen.


Age 40-49

  • Blood sugar test: Depends on history—may be done yearly.
  • Colonoscopy: Starting at 45.
  • PSA for prostate cancer.
Age 50-64
  • Fecal occult blood test: Every year, unless you have already had a colonoscopy.
  • Shingles vaccine: At 50. Series of two shots.

Age 65+
  • Pneumococcal vaccine: Two types, one time only.
  • Aortic aneurysm screening: Once if there’s a history of smoking.

Talk to a doctor about which tests are best for you. More frequent screenings may be recommended based on your personal history.​

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