Why Drive For Men’s Health

Since it was founded, the Drive for Men’s Health (D4MH) has reached millions of people with important messages surrounding men’s health issues – from the impact of fitness and nutrition to the importance of talking with your loved ones about sexual health issues that have traditionally been perceived as taboo. Beyond awareness, the D4MH raises funds in support of the latest research and development of best practices in urology care. Each year, the D4MH donates tens of thousands of dollars to help underwrite research, educational, and awareness-generating efforts in the fight to improve men’s health.

Last year alone, the D4MH traveled more than 4,000 miles to reach men in various locations throughout the United States. Before, during, and after the week-long drive, the D4MH reached more than 300 million people via social media platforms as well as traditional media channels with their messages detailing how men can improve their health. From the CNN’s Headline News national television show to the Chicago Tribune and MSN Health, and hundreds of media outlets in between, the D4MH is sharing their passions for healthy living with men and those who love them throughout the world.

About The Drive For Men’s Health™

Dr. Jamin Brahmbhatt and Dr. Sijo Parekattil, Co-Directors of The PUR Clinic (Personalized Urology & Robotics, Clermont, Florida) embark on a trip across the globe in the Drive for Men’s Health™. They stop along the way to take part in activities to raise awareness for men’s health.

Purpose For Drive For Men’s Health™

The purpose of the Drive for Men’s Health™ marathon is to increase awareness of men’s health issues and to encourage men to make their health a priority. Throughout the world, men are encouraged to be more active, eat healthier, get better sleep, quit smoking, and decrease stress. As urologists, Dr. Brahmbhatt and Dr. Parekattil also drive awareness surrounding chronic groin and testicular pain, post-vasectomy pain, post-inguinal hernia pain and male infertility.


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