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Dr. Phillip M. Katelaris

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Consultant Urologist and Director

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Local Address: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
Level 3 39-41 Chandos St
St Leonards, New South Wales 2065
Australia

Company Description: The Prostate Cancer Research Foundation of Australia was established in 1996 by the Rotary Club of Lane Cove. In that year television personality, Roger Climpson,...   more
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The Weekend Australian
www.prostate.org.au, 30 Dec 2011 [cached]
"While we're able to cure a lot of men with early prostate cancer, it comes at a price," says doctor Phillip Katelaris, a consultant urologist and director of the Prostate Cancer Rehabilitation Centre in Sydney. That cost comes in the form of anxiety and depression, incontinence or lack of bladder control, and sexual problems, especially erectile dysfunction. Problems with incontinence and sexual function can lead to embarrassment, social isolation and relationship problems, which in turn feed into depression and anxiety.
But as delegates to this month's Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia International Conference heard, clinicians are getting the message that rehabilitation is possible.
And it's about time, says Katelaris, a conference speaker. He argues the focus has been on treating the cancer while ignoring a man's quality of life: "This is unusual in medicine"
According to Katelaris, patients undergoing, say, total knee replacement or a heart bypass are routinely sent to a physiotherapist for an extensive rehabilitation program to get them back to a normal lifestyle.
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To some degree sexual function after prostate cancer treatment is determined by factors beyond control, according to Katelaris: "It depends on a lot of things such as age, whether the person had problems achieving erections before and how extensive the cancer was".
The men most likely to report good outcomes are young men with no history of erectile dysfunction and who are otherwise healthy and not taking medications.
But as papers presented at the Gold Coast conference reveal, there's growing evidence that proactive rehabilitation can make a real difference, both in the bedroom and the bathroom.
As Katelaris told delegates, poor bladder control is caused by the weakening of a small muscle under the prostate that's part of the pelvic floor group of muscles.
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www.fixed.net.au, 10 June 2011 [cached]
Dr Phillip M Katelaris
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Dr Phillip M Katelaris
Dr. Katelaris is a Consultant Urologist with a particular expertise and experience in the diagnosis and management of prostate cancer and in the field of erectile dysfunction.
Dr. Katelaris initially trained in general surgery and subsequently sub-specialised in the field of urology. After being awarded his fellowship in urological surgery Dr. Katelaris completed his training in Europe. Dr. Katelaris was awarded the prestigious Keith Kirkland Prize by the Urological Society of Australasia and the Noel Newton Medal by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
Dr. Katelaris has, for twenty years, had extensive experience in the management of erectile dysfunction utilising medical management, penile injection therapy and penile prosthetic surgery. Reconstructive surgery for Peyronie’s disease of the penis is a particular clinical interest.
Dr. Katelaris is a sought after speaker and medical educator with multiple electronic media appearances. He is a member of the Medical Observer Magazine Specialist Advisory Committee.
Dr. Katelaris is a Director of the New South Wales Section of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia and is the Director of the Prostate Cancer Rehabilitation Centre which focuses on the restoration of quality of life for men after prostate cancer treatments.
Dr. Katelaris is a member of the Australasian Society of Urology and a member of the American Urological Association. He attends on a regular basis the international meetings of the American Urological Association and the European Association of Urology.
Drs4U Index articles
www.doctors-4u.com, 25 Oct 2005 [cached]
"By giving hormone therapy we're blocking testosterone and in 90 percent of men we're sending the prostate cancer into remission," said Dr Phillip Katelaris, a urological surgeon with the Prostate Cancer Rehabilitation Centre in Sydney.
Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
www.prostate.org.au [cached]
Dr Phillip Katelaris, urologist at Sydney Adventist Hospital, talks about the prostate.
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Katelaris says men need to have PSA tests to detect prostate cancer early.
NPCC's "aware"
www.4npcc.org, 19 Nov 2002 [cached]
This piece by Dr. Phillip Mark Katelaris, a urological surgeon at the Sydney Adventist Hospital in Sydney, Australia, discusses erectile dysfunction (ED) as it specifically applies to prostate cancer survivors.
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