Livi Stanford from the Daily Commercial just wrote an awesome article about Drive For Men’s Health about a 1,100-mile lecture tour in Clermont.
Men are unlikely to go to the doctor regularly, even though they are more likely to die of heart disease, stroke and cancer, said Dr. Jamin Brahmbhatt, co-director of the PUR Clinic at South Lake Hospital.
Brahmbhatt and Dr. Sijo Parekattil, who is also co-director of the clinic specializing in male infertility and chronic groin and testicular pain, want to change that mindset.
So the doctors, who are pioneers in the field of robotic assisted microsurgery and part of the founding board for the Robotic Assisted Microsurgical and Endoscopic Society, are taking their message on the road in hopes of beginning a conversation with men on health topics from heart disease to diabetes to prostate cancer.
The urologists will travel 1,100 miles in an all-electric TESLA, a 24-hour road trip from Clermont to Manhattan on June 12 and 13.
Read the entire article on the Daily Commercial