Stephen Scionti, M.D.

Vituro Health Medical Director Dr. Stephen SciontiOver the past 10 years Dr. Stephen Scionti has developed the largest and most experienced practice for prostate cancer treatment using minimally invasive thermal ablation technologies such as HIFU, Cryoablation and Prostate Laser Ablation. He has achieved global recognition for his experience, skill and groundbreaking clinical contributions in the field of MRI image-guided prostate cancer ablation with HIFU. He is also an internationally recognized authority in innovative prostate cancer diagnostics. Beyond his practice, Dr. Scionti actively researches and lectures on the outcomes and technology associated with minimally invasive prostate cancer therapy ablation. Dr. Scionti is Founder and Director of The Scionti Prostate Center, Sarasota, FL. Dr. Scionti is globally recognized for his work in advanced prostate cancer diagnostics and minimally invasive prostate cancer therapy, specifically image guided thermal ablation technologies. HIFU: Dr. Scionti has worked extensively with high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) and with over 800 successful procedures is considered one of world’s most experienced HIFU surgeons. He has collaborated with leading medical treatment centers around the world to help perfect HIFU technology, research medical applications, and train urologists to perform HIFU. Additionally, Dr. Scionti is leading the effort to train American urologists in this therapy and serves as Medical Director for Vituro Health. Currently, Dr. Scionti uses HIFU to treat prostate cancer patients at the Vituro Health HIFU Center in Sarasota, Florida. CRYOTHERAPY: Dr. Scionti is one of the most active cryosurgeons performing over 1,000 prostate procedures. In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Scionti, helps teach and proctor urologists on prostate Cryotherapy techniques. He actively researches and lectures on Cryotherapy technology and clinical outcomes. Formerly, Dr. Scionti was the Medical Director and Founder of the Hilton Head, SC International Center for Men’s Health. He is a leading contributor to the COLD Registry, a national database of cryotherapy outcomes. He also organized the National Cryotherapy Trianing Workshop and helped train more than 200 urologists annually on the use of the Cryotherapy to treat prostate cancer.