Dr. Donald Sonn: Preventative Measures

Dr. Donald Sonn says that by preventing disease you not only save your health, but your wallet as well, as many medical treatments today can be very pricey, especially in America. As a professional in the medical field, he says that there is no more effective way to cure a disease, than to never contract the disease in the first place, prompting the old adage that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Donald Sonn says that this saying still rings true because by people living healthy lifestyles with a moderate amount of exercise and a good diet tend to live much longer and more rigorous lives. He says that while modern medicine has some of the most effective treatments it has ever had in its history, and has solely been responsible for the increase in life expectancy by many years, that taking care of our body is still the most effective way to increase life span as well as quality of life. He says that prevention methods are so much easier and inexpensive compared to treating disease, which is why doctors always lecture you to stay healthy.

Urology physician Dr. Donald Sonn as well as a businessman who believes in taking preventative measures to counteract disease. The reason this is true is because nothing is better than your own immune system at combating disease, so if your body is maintained in excellent shape, in turn its immune system will be more readily prepared to dispatch with potential diseases. He says that a healthy and physically fit individual such as an athlete has a much better chance of staving off a disease than someone who is inactive and eats poorly.

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About Donald Sonn

Dr. Donald Sonn currently practices with Urology Group of Western New England. Specializing in impotence, prostheses and stone disease, the urologist also specializes in brachytherapy and surgical surgery. Sonn uses the Da Vinci Surgical System to remove prostate cancer.
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