Dr. Chung Interviewed on Erectile Dysfunction and Urinary Incontinence on FOX Sports Radio

Erectile dysfunction interview

Dr. Paul H. Chung, MD is a fellowship-trained reconstructive urologist with a specialty focus on prosthestics for erectile dysfunction and stress urinary incontinence. He is experienced with penile implants, urethral slings and artificial urinary sphincters for first-time surgical patients, patients who require a revision of an existing device and those who require replacement of a device previously removed.

CLICK HERE to listen to the full interview from FOX Sports Radio.

Dr. Chung will also be hosting a webinar on the Signs, Symptoms and Treatment Options for Erectile Dysfunction. Learn about a treatment for erectile dysfunction beyond medication that hundreds of thousands of men have chosen as a way to return to themselves and an active sex life.

View this webinar in the comfort of your own home with complete privacy and get your questions answered.

This webinar and EDCure.org is brought to you by Boston Scientific.

Oct 7, 2020 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Paul H. Chung, MD Paul H. Chung, MD is Assistant Professor of Urology and Director of Reconstructive Urology at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

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