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March is National Kidney Health Month – Kidney Stone Prevention

• Increase water intake-Dehydration causes more concentrated urine with the minerals that form stones.
• Add citrus juices to you diet- Citrate helps keep stones from crystallizing.
• Limit dietary sodium and animal protein.-It has been found to be beneficial.

Research now shows that people who have a history of stones do not need to limit dietary calcium.

For more information, visit

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Comprehensive Urologic Care College Basketball Event March 16, 2017

Schedule your vasectomy on Thursday, March 16, 2017, and you’ll have an excuse to watch all of the games with the full support of those around you! On the day of our event, vasectomy patients get to watch the games on our flat screen TVs during their appointment and receive an Official Recovery Kit featuring: VasectoPeaz® Post Vasectomy Cold Therapy System and CUC’s 2017 T-Shirt. Appointments available at our Lake Barrington and Elgin Offices. Call (847)382-5080 to schedule. Visit

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Chicago Magazine has named Dr. David Goldrath among Chicago's Top Cancer Doctors.

Chicago Magazine named Dr. David Goldrath of Comprehensive Urologic Care among Chicago's Top Cancer Doctors. The list, featured in the magazine's January 2017 edition, recognizes exceptional physicians across the Chicago area as nominated by their peers.
Please find the story here:

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Millions of Americans Have Overactive Bladders
According to experts sighted in this article from the New York Times, approximately 51 million Americans have overactive bladders and most wait years before seeking help from a physician.

Why wait to get help when experts say that exercises and medications can help. If frequent trips to the restroom or urine leakage are affecting your quality of life, please make an appointment with Comprehensive Urologic Care by calling 847-358-5080 or reaching out to your local urologist. For more information please visit

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September is Men’s Prostate Health Month
Some 30 million men suffer from prostate conditions that impact their quality of life. Roughly 90% of men over the age of 70 and 50% of men over the age of 50 have some degree of an enlarged prostate.
Prostate cancer is treated best when discovered early and it isn’t the only condition affecting the prostate. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), also known as enlarged prostate, is a common, non-cancerous condition in older men in which the prostate gland enlarges, causing a number of symptoms.

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Dr. Keuer Records Public Service Announcement

Dr. Keuer recently recorded a HealthBeat radio spot for Centegra Health System about Prostate Cancer Detection and Treatment. Listen for Dr. Keuer's Public Service Announcement on the radio August 15th through the 28th or listen to it now:

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June is Men’s Health Month, take important steps toward getting healthy and staying that way. Follow these steps to achieve your health goals:
1. Quit smoking
2. Eat a diet rich in vegetable, fruits and low in unhealthy fats.
3. Get more exercise
4. See your urologist and primary care provider for regular health checks and follow up exams.
For More information on our Comprehensive Urologic Care’s Men’s Health Clinic, visit

Women’s Health Week a Time to Address Urologic Issues like Overactive Bladder. It Can Be Treated.
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, OAB affects more than 33 million Americans, including 40 percent of women and 30 percent of men. Women with OAB experience symptoms, such as a sudden urgency to urinate that is frequent and cannot be controlled. A CUC Urologist can help you manage your symptoms.

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We are pleased to announce that we are now seeing patients in our new Elgin location!

1600 N. Randall Road, Suite 210, Elgin, IL 60123

Call today to schedule your appointment (847)382-5080.

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Join us for a complimentary Bladder Health Event on June 23, 2015! Dr. Lewis will share information about UTI prevention, bladder control, and how MS and other neurologic conditions affect the bladder.
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