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Advances in Men’s Health Conference

Join us from August 22nd through the 25th, in Whitefish, Montana, as Advances in Men’s Health hosts their first ever men’s health conference. This conference will provide relevant and innovative men’s healthcare education to both primary care and urology providers. By utilizing speakers who are both leaders in their field and skilled teachers, attendees will be able to receive valuable information that they can use to better their practice. This event will include both presentations from industry leaders and open panel discussions that encourage dialogue between both the primary care providers and the urology specialists.

Conference agenda items include:

  • Presentations from industry leaders, like Summit Urology Group’s very own Dr. Steven N. Gange
  • Panel Discussions
  • Industry-Sponsored Breakfast & Lunch

This conference is being held at The Lodge at Whitefish Lake which is minutes away from Glacier National Park. Attendees are encouraged to bring their families along. The agenda allows them time to explore and enjoy recreational activities.

Conference Information

As the program director, Dr. Steven N. Gange is available to help answer any questions you have about the conference. For more information about the conference, or registration please visit the link below.

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New Patient Appointment Request

I have seen Dr. Gange for a number of years and developed the typical symptoms associated with an enlarged prostate. During my annual urologist visit, Dr. Gange laid out my options. After doing some personal research, I elected to have the Urolift procedure performed by Dr. Gange on an outpatient basis.

The procedure was uncomfortable but not particularly painful compared to other surgeries I have had. Recovery was relatively quick and I was back at work after two days of rest.

I did experience some significant discomfort associated with urination but was counseled that I was not drinking enough water. Once I increased my consumption of water, most of the discomfort went away and I was back to normal after about two weeks.

In the wake of the surgery, the urgency to urinate has gone away. The interval between trips to the bathroom has lengthened significantly such that I usually get up to urinate only once each night and sometimes not at all.

Having talked with others who have had more drastic prostate surgery, I feel that the Urolift procedure was much less stressful and the results were as hoped for.