Dr. Erik Goluboff applies the best treatments to treat prostatitis
Acute prostatitis is one of the easiest prostatitis to identify because it is detected as an infection, thanks to the white blood cells in the blood. The test performed to measure these white blood cells is called a complete blood count.
Bacteria that are frequently identified in the urinary tract or the blood through tests are Escherichia coli, Klebsiella, Proteus, Pseudomonas, Enterobacter, Enterococcus, Serratia, and Staphylococcusaureus.
To reduce prostate inflammation, Dr. Erik Goluboff determines the type of pathology suffered by the patient: if it is a pelvic pain syndrome, asymptomatic prostatitis, bacterial prostatitis, or acute prostatitis. Depending on that, he will know if the inflammation presents infectious characteristics or anatomical alterations. From there, he establishes the treatments to cure the inflammation.
The treatment for inflamed prostate due to prostatitis Dr. Erik Goluboff applies it according to the type of condition the patient presents; if it is a pelvic pain syndrome, he recommends carrying out various procedures ranging from stress management to changes in the behavior of the man who suffers from it.
Apply the best treatments
Dr Erik Goluboff advises performing therapies and stretching to relieve muscles that are very tense in the pelvic or anal area. Said stretching can be done by means of an intrarectal massage, progressive relaxation physical therapy, and even the use of a device called the “Stanford Protocol” to help with relaxation.
He prescribes several types of drugs, mainly blockers such as pharmacological agents that act as antagonists at alpha-adrenergic receptors or antibiotics.
These two medicines are the most affective that exist to treat the disease. The appearance of new medicines in the future is not ruled out since, today, all the factors that influence pelvic pain syndrome are not yet known, and there is currently ongoing research on the disease.
He lives in constant investigations
Studies carried out by Dr. Erik Goluboff have shown that antibiotics should only be prescribed in the event that an infection is actually detected in the individual. Other of his research postulates that alpha-blockers are moderately beneficial only when therapy with them lasts for approximately three months.