Manila Genitourinary Clinic is the clinic behind "The Manila Protocol" that paved the way for the introduction of the first ever nonsurgical treatment of various prostate disorders including prostate cancer. This was the result of repetitive prostatic massage, intensive microbial diagnosis, and antimicrobial therapy. Today, this is recognized as the first step and front-line management to disorders that affect the prostate.
The clinic started as a community outpatient, medical, and surgical unit. By the mid 70’s, it was transformed into an in-house diagnostic facility specializing in diagnosing urinary and pelvic conditions. It was then transformed into Manila Genitourinary Clinic where diagnosis and treatment were both provided for pelvic symptoms, sexual dysfunction, and infertility. The clinic then launched "The Manila Protocol" in collaboration with the Prostatitis Foundation in the United States.
The clinic is headed by Dr. Antonio E Feliciano, Jr., who has 25 years of solid experience in treating and conducting research on many aspects of prostate disorders. His biggest project, "The Manila Protocol” has been featured in several scientific literatures and published in a textbook.
<p>Dr. Antonio E. Feliciano Jr. is the man behind Manila Genitourinary Clinic, the pioneer in nonsurgical treatment of prostate cancer. With his 25 years of solid experience, he has successfully introduced unique method of treatment that has been proven and accepted by the international medical community. His brainchild, "The Manila Protocol", is recognized as the first step and front-line management for prostate disorders. Currently, "The Manila Protocol" has the highest published rates of clinical remission for all symptoms of chronic prostatitis. </p> <p>After graduating from the University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Centre in 1982, he completed his Post Graduate Training and Activities at STD/HIV Prevention Training Centre in San Francisco, California, United States. He then came back to the Philippines and was instantly recognized as one of the most trusted in his field. He became a Researcher, Senior Lecturer and Training Moderator at CMSS. </p> <p>Currently, he is the Medical Director of Manila Genitourinary Clinic in the Philippines as well as the Philippine Consultant for Prostatitis Center in Tucson, Arizona, USA Advisory Board. He is also one of the members of Prostatitis Foundation (Chicago, USA) and Philippine Society of Veneriologist.</p>