Entries by Juliann Kaiser

Dr. Miller: Atlanta Top Doctor for 15th Straight Year

Scott Miller, MD, MBA, has been named to the Atlanta Magazine’s 2023 list of Top Doctors for the 15th year in a row. The Top Doctors are chosen by a vote of their peers. Dr. Miller serves as Medical Director of Wellstar Urology, a 24-physician practice and also as Director of Wellstar Robotic Surgical Services. […]

Resolution Checklist for Better Men’s Health

As published in the December 2021/January 2022 issue of Best Self Atlanta magazine By Scott D. Miller, MD, MBA As January arrives, the local gyms fill with the good-intentioned. By March, front row parking is readily available for those who want to save some steps before working out. “Exercise more” is usually at the top […]

Men’s Health Election Year

As published in the October/November issue of Best Self Atlanta Magazine.               You can be the winner! Unlike the uncertainty surrounding a presidential election, you can clinch a victory when it comes to your health over the next four years. As an additional incentive, four lucky readers will receive […]

Dr. Scott Miller Recognized as an Atlanta Top Doctor

Scott Miller, M.D. was named to Atlanta magazine’s 2020 list of Top Doctors. This is Dr. Miller’s 12th year in a row on the prestigious list. In addition, Dr. Miller, who practices at WellStar Urology in Roswell and serves as Medical Director of Robotic Surgery at WellStar North Fulton Hospital, also owns the distinction of […]

Men’s Health Myths Are Going Viral

As published in the September issue of My Sandy Springs and the August/September issue of Best Self Atlanta. “Going viral” has taken on new meaning in the last several months. Not only are the news cycles fast enough to make your head spin, but our appetites for information have also perpetuated conflicting information surrounding the […]

Men’s Health Is Boring

As published in the July issue of My Alpharetta and the April/May issue of Best Self Atlanta. Let’s face it. Repetitive tasks are boring. However, those who can master mundane undertakings will lead the pack in any endeavor—including staying healthy. Unfortunately, we go to incredible lengths to avoid actions that we know are good for […]

Men’s Health Habits: Make Them, Don’t Break Them

  As published in the February/March issue of Best Self Atlanta. As we approach Spring, we sometimes find our New Year’s resolutions slipping away. All too often, we center our efforts on correcting our weaknesses rather than building upon our strengths. So, why should we focus on our strengths to achieve our goals? Here are […]

Blue Ties Luncheon challenges men to get tested for prostate cancer

Dr. Scott Miller said men over 40 need to get serious about prostate cancer because it could kill them. “Prostate cancer is very common in men,” said Miller, medical director of robotic surgery at WellStar North Fulton Hospital in Roswell. “It’s the second-leading cancer cause of deaths in men (behind only lung cancer), and we […]

Sandy Springs’ run4DAD puts prostate cancer in spotlight

The real “winners” in the run4DAD are those men who hear its message about the importance of being screened early for prostate cancer and respond positively to it. The 10th annual event is scheduled for June 15, the day before Father’s Day, at 8 a.m. at the Home Depot/Costco parking lot, 6400 Peachtree Dunwoody Road […]

Man vs. Prostate

The prostate is a walnut-size organ that resides below a man’s bladder. Its sole function is to produce a portion of the fluid that is generated during ejaculation (along with the neighboring seminal vesicles and the testicles). The prostate has no other urinary or sexual functions, but it is surrounded by several delicate structures that […]

Sandy Springs doctor co-authors book on men‘s health

If the check engine light comes on in a man’s car, he will likely immediately take it to his mechanic. And if his mobile phone is not operating correctly, he will usually waste no time in getting it fixed. However, men don’t usually immediately go to their doctor if something doesn’t seem right with their […]