Our practice provides comprehensive medical care for men. We believe it is a good idea for every man to visit a Urologist in their forties for a baseline evaluation. This includes an assessment of a man's urinary status, prostate health, helpful dietary and lifestyle modifications, assessment of sexual function, and address any other urological questions.
Prostate health refers to all aspects, functions and conditions that affect the prostate and include prostate inflammation and infections such as prostatitis, benign prostate enlargement (BPH), and screening, diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer. A prostate evaluation and examination is RECOMMENDED starting in mid-late 40's (African American men or any men with a family history of prostate cancer should start earlier.)
Kidney stones are very common in our patient population. A number of factors play a role, such as diet, sedentary lifestyle, and other metabolic conditions. South Florida climate can also be a risk factor, largely due to heat and humidity. Patients with a history of multiple kidney stones should have a baseline metabolic evaluation to establish their risk factors and how to prevent kidney stone formation.
Welcome to Urology Center of Palm Beach
Urology Center of Palm Beach is committed to providing personalized, compassionate and state-of-the art Urological care to men and women. We believe in educating, guiding and empowering patients to allow them to make the best decision for their unique condition.
Dr Diego Rubinowicz, founder of Urology Center of Palm Beach, is a Board Certified Urologist who has been in private practice in Palm Beach County since 2001. He completed his residency training at the Univeristy of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Specialty Service Highlights
Symptoms of low testosterone can be confused with other medical conditions. This is why it is important to have a comprehensive workup addressing all possible causes. Testosterone replacement should be monitored by the Urologist as there are important markers, such as PSA, optimization of sexual function and libido, which are best handled by the Urological professional.
Sexual function changes over the years. At some point, most men experience a deterioration in their ability to obtain and maintain an erection. However, there are many medical conditions and medications which can affect or worsen the problem. Risk factors for erectile dysfunction are similar to those of heart disease. Erectile dysfunction (ED) in a relatively young man can be the first sign of cardiovascular disease.