The Prostate Clinic
Dr. Chabert and his team at The Prostate Clinic have years of expertise providing specialised care for men’s health issues, from enlarged prostate treatment and UroLift to robotic prostate surgery and GreenLight laser prostate surgery.
Find out how Dr Chabert can help you or a family member through their journey.
|Monday||–||08:30 – 17:00|
|Tuesday||–||08:30 – 17:00|
|Wednesday||–||08:30 – 17:00|
|Thursday||–||08:30 – 17:00|
|Friday||–||08:30 – 17:00|
07 5597 6293
The Prostate Clinic is located at
Suite 407, Level 4,
Pindara Specialist Suites,
29 Carrara St, Benowa
Welcome to The Prostate Clinic
Welcome to The Prostate Clinic. The diagnosis of a prostate problem can be a stressful life event, not only trying to manage the condition itself but also getting an understanding of the relevant issues and determining which treatment option is more suitable. Whether having difficulties passing urine and rushing to the toilet all day and night or being told you, a friend or a relative has a prostate cancer diagnosis, it can be a minefield trying to navigate what is really going on!
Here at The Prostate Clinic we have years at the forefront of managing prostate conditions with state of the art treatments from robotic prostate surgery and GreenLight laser prostate surgery to UroLift. In 2017, Dr Chabert and his team established the first mri/ultrasound fusion biopsy program in Queensland and the first in Australia utilising the Artemis/profuse technology, arguably the most sophisticted device of its kind.
Prostate cancer is the 6th most common cancer worldwide, and the most common cancer (apart from skin cancers) in Australian men.
Latest Blog Articles
Healio explains how ADT (androgen deprivation therapy) may increase depression risk among men with prostate cancer. “Men with prostate cancer who underwent androgen deprivation therapy with definitive radiation therapy demonstrated increased risk for depression and use of outpatient psychiatric services compared with men who received radiation therapy alone, according to study results published in Cancer….
Nicholas Bakalar from the New York Times explains how two prostate drugs for the treatment of BPH may be tied to increased risk for T2D. “Two commonly used drugs for treating an enlarged prostate may increase the risk for Type 2 diabetes. Benign prostate hypertrophy, or B.P.H., may cause difficulty in urinating or increased frequency…