Men’s Health Center

15 Park Creek Drive, Greenville, SC MAP
Open Today 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
(864) 797-7450
(864) 797-7478 FAX

We are meeting the needs of men in the Upstate by focusing our practice one day a week solely around the treatment of men’s health issues. We are helping men take charge of their health and improving their quality of life.

The focus of the Men’s Health Center is on secondary health issues. Secondary health issues are problems that are the result of chronic diseases like cancer or cardiovascular disease, and sometimes are even side-effects from the treatment required to fight the disease.

Secondary Health Issues

If you have been through chemotherapy or radiation, suffered a serious injury or undergone surgery, you may be experiencing secondary health issues.

Watch this video to hear how Johnny, like many men, didn’t visit the doctor as often as he should. The Men’s Health Center is making those, sometimes life-saving, visits easier.

Our Services

Common screenings and conditions we treat are listed below. In some cases, a referral to a specialist may be necessary for some diagnosis.

How May We Help?

Call us: (864) 797-7450

Regional Urology Men’s Health Center
15 Park Creek Drive
Greenville, Sc 29605

Meet Dr. William Flanagan
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William F. Flanagan, MD has been recognized as an expert in treating erectile dysfunction by Coloplast Men’s Health. Regional Urology is the only center in the state of South Carolina that has been given a Center of Excellence designation for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.

Meet Dr. Blake Wynia
Wynia, Blake, MD (8-29-17)

Dr. Blake Wynia completed his medical training at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, followed by a residency at New York University in New York, NY, and a Fellowship in Andrology and Male Genitourinary Reconstruction from Albany Medical College, Albany, NY.  He specializes in male infertility, hypogonadism, erectile dysfunction, peyronie’s disease, benign prostatic hyperplasia, and nephrolithiasis.