Treatment & Services
- Clinical Trials
- Kidney Transplantation
- Microsurgical Denervation of the Spermatic Cord
- Photoselective Vaporization of the Prostate
- Prostate Biopsy
- Testosterone Replacement Therapy
- TURP (Transurethral Resection of The Prostate)
Specialty in Diseases & Conditions
- Benign Prostatic Enlargement (BPH)
- Elevated PSA
- Enlarged Prostate/Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Interstitial Cystitis | Pelvic Pain
- Low Testosterone
- Orchialgia (Testes Pain)
- Prostate Disease
- Ureaplasma & Mycoplasma Infections
- Urinary Tract Infection
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Education & Professional Highlights
Education & Fellowships
Fellowship - Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH USA
Fellowship - Nuffield Institute of Surgery
Residency - The Toronto Hospital
Internship - Wellesley Hospital
Toronto, Ontario, CN
Medical Education - University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine
- Director, American Urological Association Board Review Course
BPH, Chronic pelvic pain syndrome, chronic prostatitis, interstitial cystitis, kidney (renal) transplantation, male hypogonadism, erectile dysfunction
Awards & Honors
- National Institute of Health funding for prostatitis research
Innovations & Patents
- Pioneered the use of bioflavonoids for therapy of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome
- Developed the UPOINT system to classify patient with pelvic pain into clinically relevant phenotypes and direct therapy
- Past President, Society for Infection and Inflammation in Urology
- Past President, Urologic Society for Transplantation and Renal Surgery
- Program committee and Prize Essay committee, American Urological Association
- American Society of Transplant Surgeons
- The Transplantation Society
Research & Publications
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Consulting and/or Speaking. Dr. Shoskes receives fees of $5,000 or more per year as a paid consultant, speaker or member of an advisory committee for the following companies:
- UroGen Pharma, Inc.
- Farr Laboratories, LLC.
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215 Patient Satisfaction Reviews
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|Courtesy, Respect & Concern||4.6|
|Patient Rating of Doctor||4.6|
20 Patient Comments
Reviewed on Dec 6, 2019
the Dr's were outstanding both initial one who checked me first then Dr Shoskes who was an expert and great
Reviewed on Oct 21, 2019
Dr . Soskes is the greatest
Reviewed on Sep 25, 2019
Dr Shoskies has effectively helped me manage my health issue for a good many years.
Reviewed on Aug 19, 2019
Dr. Shoskes is a great doctor. He and his NIH study gave me my life back. His team also serves with distinction.
Reviewed on Aug 12, 2019
Dr Shoskes is a great urologist.
Reviewed on Jul 22, 2019
Dr. Shoskes is an outstanding physician, and compassionate
Reviewed on Jul 12, 2019
Dr. Shoskes is a first class physician whose expertise is only exceeded by his caring and concern for my wellbeing.
Reviewed on May 20, 2019
Good, Dr. Shcoskes is a very good doctor.
Reviewed on May 11, 2019
Both receptionist and Dr. Shoske were very professional.
Reviewed on Apr 22, 2019
No phone calls needed to be returned.The doctor was courteous, professional, and very pleasant to deal with.
Reviewed on Apr 8, 2019
Knowledgeable doctor. But dismissive regarding my input concerning treatment options. I do my research. I am a lawyer and a U.S Army Officer. I suggested a treatment that I read worked very well in a few small randomized double blind placebo studies. Along with this, I have seen nothing but positive reviews regarding it from commoners such as myself. Doc didn't prescribe it. And that's all well and good. I respect that decision. But he did not provide an explanation for his reasoning. I did not receive a call back from him. That I do not respect. He had an assistant call who was very apologetic but did not provide the reason why the doctor would not prescribe it. It's the simple, little things that irritate patients, doc. If I were given a simple call back with an explanation, I'd highly recommend him. Now I have to go back through my primary to see if he will. Driving across the country, I'd expect a bit more professionalism and courtesy. There are a vast number of military veterans with my condition that I have served with, led and keep in touch with. Now, unfortunately, I am pointing them away from the Cleveland Clinic.
Reviewed on Apr 1, 2019
Dr Shoskes explained everything in a way that was easy to understand and in great detail. I appreciate that immensely.
Reviewed on Mar 18, 2019
my questions were not answered. I asked one question 3 times. The care provider refused to answer. Others questions were ignored. I don't know which meds to take.
Reviewed on Mar 11, 2019
Doctor Shakes is an outstanding doctor and was very caring about my condition which I greatly appreciated.
Reviewed on Feb 7, 2019
*Dr. Shoskes is efficient and knowledgeable, but sometimes I feel like he does not hear my concerns.
Reviewed on Jan 22, 2019
Well I'm sad and disappointed that I didn't receive the care I was looking for. After waiting for appointment and was told he was one of the best but unfortunately i didn't get to experience that. I still have unanswered questions about my issues I'm experiencing with no follow up appointment. So I guess I'll try and look for another doctor who maybe cares about me and my health.
Reviewed on Jan 22, 2019
sad when you spend more time waiting and only 3 minutes with your doctor.
Reviewed on Jan 22, 2019
never will I speak bad I would always recommend Cleveland Clinic for a place of care. i just couldn't give a reference for a doctor.
Reviewed on Jan 21, 2019
Overall very disappointing. The tone of the appointment was that I should be seeing another doctor.
Reviewed on Jan 16, 2019
At the end of the appointment, the doctor rushed me out and essentially cut off all further conversations. Up to that point all was great.
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