“The quest to provide non-pharmaceutical, non-surgical procedures to patients who battle common medical issues is becoming a near constant for medical providers. At Colorado Urology, one of those solutions is gaining popularity in treating BPH, commonly known as an enlarged prostate.
‘As our prostates enlarge, it may cause problems without bladder function but not always,’ urologist Dr. John Kefer, of Colorado Urology, told Denver7.
Prostate enlargement is a natural occurrence, according to Dr. Kefer. It becomes a medical issue when the size or shape of the organ impacts bladder function. That is common, with nearly 40 million American men dealing with BPH, also according to Dr. Kefer.”