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Men’s Health

Treatments for Men’s Medical Health Issues

At Raleigh Medical Group, when we use the word “wellness,” it means more than a yearly checkup. We want to be partners in your care. This means learning about your family history and your risk factors for diseases that affect men, such as prostate cancer or diabetes.

Our services include:

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Men’s Health Hub: Everything You Need To Know

Men’s Health

What You’ll Learn

When was the last time you had a physical? Men face challenges ranging from low testosterone to prostate cancer, but if you don’t have regular physicals, it’s difficult to maintain optimal health. We’ll let you know what questions to ask your doctor and specifically, what medical tests you should have.


What You’ll Learn

What’s the difference between “good” and “bad” cholesterol, and even more important, how does your diet influence it? Eating well shouldn’t be difficult, and that’s why we’ve unlocked the mysteries of health supplements and nutritional tips to help you live a longer –and healthier –life.

Mental Health

What You’ll Learn

When it comes to mental health, stress management and having a healthcare team to lean on can make a huge difference. We’ll provide guidance on how to naviage stressful situations and ease your anxiety. We’re always here to listen—you’re not alone.


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What You’ll Learn

It’s not enough to get regular exercise, you have to be sure you’re doing so safely. Whether you’re participating in a pick-up basketball game or just taking a lesiurely jog around the block, we’ve got tips to help you get the most out of your routine…and resources you can go to if you’re injured.

Raleigh Medical Group  |  3521 Haworth Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609  |  office: 919.782.1806  |   fax: 919-782-4756
Monday through Thursday : 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. | Friday 8 am – 1:45 pm   |   Saturday Sick Clinic (by appointment only): 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. at our Raleigh Adult Medicine site (map)

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