Studies also tell us that men, in particular, tend to avoid routine medical check-ups and niggling health problems, often until they result in a major medical intervention.

There is now overwhelming evidence that a preventative health approach has far better outcomes for our long-term health, and can reduce our chances of ending up in an acute care facility.

The estimated number of deaths from prostate cancer in 2017 is 3452.

Our services offer a strong preventative model of healthcare, along with additional necessary medical treatments, should early or late-stage disease be diagnosed.