Prostate Cancer Recovery
Prostate Cancer is the most common cancer among men in the U.S. Fortunately, early diagnosis and effective treatment extends life for most men with prostate cancer.
There are over 3 million prostate cancer survivors in the U.S.!
Your quality of life after prostate cancer treatment is of great importance to us. In many cases, sexual and bladder health concerns can persist after prostate cancer treatment and can create ongoing emotional, physical, and relational challenges. Depression, anxiety, and relational problems are common among prostate cancer survivors. Research shows that education and support for sexual and urinary recovery has an impact on both quality of life AND cancer survival!
As the leading regional expert in Men’s Health conditions, Dr. Thompson is dedicated to caring for sexual and urinary health conditions that significantly impact your quality of life. During her urologic residency in San Antonio, TX, Dr. Thompson trained with nationally-recognized men’s health specialists. Following her residency, Dr. Thompson served as Chief of Urology at Travis Air Force Base. She was recruited to the Sacramento area by the regional prostatectomy surgeons to promote sexual and urinary recovery to cancer patients. Our Prostate Cancer Survivorship Program strives to support longevity AND wellness for cancer patients by providing seminars that explore cancer surveillance, health and wellness, sexual and urinary recovery.
“Through the efforts of this expertise and collaboration
with your cancer team, cancer survivors are provided expert,
compassionate care that invites sexual and urinary recovery.”
If you have undergone prostate cancer treatments, take this survey (link to prostate cancer questionnaire) to assess your sexual and urinary recovery. Contact us to make a personal consultation to discuss treatment for recovery or to learn more about seminars that provide a comprehensive discussion on: • Surviving cancer and preventing recurrence • Embracing lifestyle choices that promote health and cancer survival • Pursuing sexual and urinary recovery • Collaborating with other survivors