Men’s Health

Sometimes you need to know where to go for the right information. Whether you have a health problem or just need some advice, our professional team at Service Street Medical Centre can help.  Our doctors are experienced at solving men’s health problems and we guarantee confidentiality.

Men’s Health Services

We offer a range of men’s health services and no problem is too small for us. Whatever your concern is, we are committed to finding a solution. Our men’s health services include:

We offer prostate checks and screening for prostate cancer. With around 9 Australian men dying of prostate cancer each day, getting a check is a must for the over-50s. An enlarged prostate can affect your urinary and sexual function, so ask us about treatments that can help.

As you age, it often becomes harder to get or maintain an erection. Talking about it is not always easy, but our doctors are aware of your concerns and can provide solutions. Erectile dysfunction is common, with one in three men over the age of 50 suffering from some form of erectile dysfunction. It can also be an indicator of a more serious health condition such as heart disease or diabetes.

Depression is a common men’s health issue, with 1 in 8 men experiencing depression at some stage of their lives. Sometimes the signs of depression are hard to spot. But if you have noticed that you have lost interest in things you used to enjoy or you’re angry or irritable a lot, it might be time to talk to a doctor. Our professionals can help you get back on track.

Male-pattern baldness is a common problem that can also be embarrassing. If you are concerned about hair loss, talk to us to find out what you can do. Your doctor can recommend available treatments to maintain or replace hair.

When it comes to penis health, you worry when things aren’t right. Talking to your doctor about your concerns can help you to find solutions and set your mind at rest. Some of the more common penis problems include penis swelling or injury, blood in semen, and penis irritation or allergies.
Testicular cancer is a killer of Australian men, so talk to your doctor about any concerns you have. Your doctor can give you advice on self-checks and symptoms to look for.

Coronary heart disease affects twice as many men as women. Our team of professionals can arrange for testing and treatment for heart disease.

Sometimes Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) have no symptoms. Even if you don’t have symptoms, you can still pass on STIs to others and an infection can be harmful to your own long-term health. If you suspect that you might have a STI or are at risk, your doctor can arrange testing and treatment.

We take men’s health seriously at Service Street Medical Centre. We look forward to providing you with solutions to meet your men’s health needs.  Call our friendly team on 03 5141 0811 to find out more about how we can help you, or make an appointment using our online booking service.