Dr. Bhavik Shah

Urology and Urologic Surgery

Men's Health Medicine

Dr. Bhavik Shah is a Urologist who treats all areas of general adult urology with an expertise in penile implant surgery, low testosterone, erectile dysfunction, urinary incontinence and complex stone disease.  His primary focus is to improve patient quality of life using the newest advances in medical and surgical technology.

He achieved a Bachelors in Finance from the University of Florida followed by a Medical Degree from Northeastern Ohio Medical University.  He subsequently worked under the prestigious Dr. John P. Gearhart at Johns Hopkins Medical Center conducting research to improve the quality of life of patients with a rare medical condition called Bladder Exstrophy.  Dr. Shah then completed his internship in General Surgery, followed by a residency in Urology at the University of South Florida. He is well published in topics related to bladder exstrophy, penile prosthetic surgery, urinary incontinence, kidney stones, and ureteral stricture disease.  The focus of much of his research has revolved around analyzing surgical techniques to improve surgical outcomes and patient care.  His research has been well received at numerous national and international conferences in multiple sub-specialties.

In addition to his devotion to research and the field of Urology, Dr. Shah is known for his patient-centered approach to medicine.  He believes every individual is experiencing their condition in a unique way.  For this reason, he tailors his treatment plan to the individual rather than the condition.

Outside of his practice, he enjoys travel and outdoor activity which includes basketball, tennis, and spending time with his friends and family.

Articles Published: 

Modern Management of Bladder Exstrophy Repair

V-Neck Technique Offers Possible Solution to Tubing Problem in IPP Placement

Urology Times: Ureteroscopy may adversely affect erectile function

Prostatic Urethral Life: Does Size Matter?

Robotic Ileal Interposition for Radiation-induced Ureteral Stricture Disease

Initial bladder closure of the cloacal exstrophy complex: Outcome related risk factors and keys to success

Bladder capacity as a predictor of voided continence after failed exstrophy closure

Pediatric surgical complications of major genitourinary reconstruction in the exstrophy–epispadias complex

Impact of pelvic osteotomy on the incidence of inguinal hernias in classic bladder exstrophy

Urologic complications of major genitourinary reconstruction in the exstrophy–epispadias complex

Impact of nephrectomy on long-term renal function in non-syndromic children treated for unifocal Wilms tumor

Role of urethral bulking agents in epispadias–exstrophy complex patients

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