Patients will have access to more affordable MRI at Buderim with the news that Buderim Private Hospital/ Medical Imaging has been granted a full MRI licence. Buderim Private Medical Imaging in conjunction with Wesley Medical Imaging continue to provide...read more
A/Prof Troy Gianduzzo spoke at the Brisbane Biggest Ever Blokes' Lunch in Brisbane last month with special guests, John Eales, Justin Hodges and Danny Daly. The afternoon included a charity auction and raffles with all ticket and auction proceeds going directly...read more
The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride hit Noosa, raising money and awareness for prostate cancer and mental health.
The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride was last Sunday and Buderim Prostate Clinic were lucky enough to be a sponsor for their Sunshine Coast ride to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer and men mental health.
Despite the wet weather their was a fantastic turn out and a total of $47,133 was raised with 357 riders attending. This is an amazing achievement and well done to everyone that contributed.
Ted O’Brien MP – Federal Member for Fairfax has now launched an online petition to advocate for a full MRI license at the Buderim Private Hospital.
An MRI license would allow us to reduce the burden of out of pocket costs to our patients on the Sunshine Coast.
We encourage our patients and friends to sign this petition below and support the push for better access to MRI Medicare rebatesread more
A normal prostate in men over the age of 50 may grow and cause problems with the flow of urine. BPH may cause symptoms of urine being weak, dribbling of urine after going and trouble getting started, can also occur in advanced prostate cancer. If you have ever had the thought “Oh I must be getting old, it doesn’t flow the way it used to” Then you need to speak to your GP. If you then need further care, book an appointment with our Urologist on (07) 54440672read more
Robotic technology offers the benefits of minimally-invasive surgery coupled with the dexterity of open surgery and is often easier to perform than pure laparoscopy.
The days of open surgery are fading. Similarly, laparoscopic surgery is being replaced with the robotic interface.read more
Quite rightly, patients will often turn to their GP for advice when making this decision. Given that 11-18% of men with prostate cancer demonstrate decisional regret over their treatment choice1 it is vitally important that men take the time they need to make the decision that is correct for them. So how should GPs advise them?read more
World-renowned prostate cancer specialists hosted a workshop in the latest technology for urologists from around Australia and New Zealand.
The Robotic Prostatectomy Workshop, hosted by The Wesley Hospital, offered specialists the opportunity to hear about technological advances and points of technique.read more