RECENTLY PUBLISHED: Review of Sexual Health-Friendly BPH Therapies. Dr. Beilan was is pleased to be published in Current Sexual Health Reports, a peer-reviewed Springer Nature Journal. Click below to read his review on how various BPH procedures will affect a patient’s sexual health. Call 727-441-1508 to schedule an appointment to discuss your urinary symptoms with Dr. Beilan!
Effective immediately the Pinellas care center of AUI (including all of Dr. Beilan and Dr. Szell’s offices) are no longer requiring employees or patients to wear masks. We have a supply of masks available for those patients who would like to continue wearing masks.
July 2022: Dr. Beilan is pleased to be appointed as Assistant Professor to the Collaborative Faculty of the USF Department of Urology. This position further strengthens his relationship with the University, and is a testament to his dedication to both patient and trainee education. Dr. Beilan also serves as the Urology Site Director for the USF/SGF Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Program.
Board-certified urologist Dr. Jonathan Beilan was recently featured in an article on the sexual health platform Giddy. In the article, Dr. Beilan discusses urinary incontinence and bladder control.
Male urinary incontinence affects millions of people every year yet, many men feel too embarrassed to discuss the issue with their doctor, allowing the problem to continue to interfere with their quality of life. Dr. Jonathan Beilan has helped thousands of men with sexual health issues using the latest in medical technology and has devoted his practice to educating men on men’s health issues. Read the full article to learn about urinary incontinence and tips on bladder control.
Clearwater Sex Health is excited to announce the opening of our new clinic located conveniently in Largo, FL. This office is a stand-alone building with more than 15,000 square feet of space, including a dedicated “Women’s Health” center within the building! Learn more about this office location today.
Each year, it is estimated that there are 20 million new cases of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) in the United States. Here’s your guide to preventing, diagnosing, and treating STIs.
We are proud to announce the launch of our new website.