Health Check | Dr. Blick on 12 News

My main message during Prostate Cancer Awareness month is to let people know that if you do have complications that develop after Prostate Cancer Treatment, including Erectile Dysfunction or Urinary Incontinence, we have solutions!

When Erectile Dysfunction isn't responding to pills or injection therapy, it can be cured with a Penile Implant, which is a very safe, highly effective procedure with incredibly high satisfaction rates. Urinary Incontinence can be treated with an artificial sphincter or a male sling.

To watch the entire Health Check segment on 12 News and see my featured interview about Prostate Cancer screening and treatment, click the link below.

Health Check: Prostate Cancer Awareness Month


Shawn Blick, MD Dr. Shawn Blick brings more than two decades of experience in men’s health to his Phoenix, Arizona-based practice, serving men of all ages throughout Maricopa County. Dr. Blick began his professional pursuits at Mount Sinai Medical School in New York City where he earned his Doctor of Medicine graduating with honors. He subsequently completed a residency at Beth Israel Medical Center, also in New York City. During his residency, Dr. Blick also completed six months of oncology training at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. As a urologist in private practice, Dr. Blick diagnoses and treats a variety of men’s health problems, including erectile dysfunction, male incontinence, low testosterone, Peyronie’s disease, enlarged prostate, and prostate cancer. He also offers cosmetic urology and penile enlargement using Penuma®.

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