Dr. Salmon

Dr. Scott Salmon, D.O.

Dr. Salmon is a native of Arizona who obtained his undergraduate degree at Arizona State University. He is happy to have returned to Arizona following his residency at Detroit Medical Center.

Dr. Salmon trained with experts in the field of urologic reconstruction, robotic surgery, infertility and sexual dysfunction. He is a general urologist who places special emphasis on the DaVinci Robot for minimally invasive surgery in the treatment of cancer. With an interest in general urology, he treats patients with kidney and bladder stones, erectile dysfunction, utilizes laser for prostate disorders, and treats male and female bladder dysfunction.

He speaks Spanish fluently after having lived in Colombia for two years. During his residency, he participated in a medical outreach program performing urologic procedures, including training fellow surgeons in reconstructive urethroplasty, in Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa.

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Dr. Salmon was featured on page 78 of Practice Link’s 2013 Summer Edition.
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Dr salmon in the Operating RoomEducation

  • Midwestern University, Glendale, AZ
    Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, 2004-2008
  • Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
    Bachelor of Arts, 2000-2003, Suma Cum Laude


  • Detroit Medical Center, Detroit, MI
    Urology Residency, 2008-2013
  • Evolve & Greenlight HPS Training Course, March 2010
  • Davinci Robot Simulator Course, August, 2011
  • NIH course “Protecting Human Research Participants”, March 2011
  • Teacher’s Assistant Anatomy Course, Summer 2005

Professional Memberships

  • AUA (American Urologic Association), 2009-present
  • ACOS (American College of Surgeons), 2009-present
  • MOA (Michigan Osteopathic Association), 2008-present
  • AOA (American Osteopathic Association), 2008-present

Publications and Video Presentations

Burks F, Salmon S, Santucci R: Urethroplasty: A Geographic Disparity of Care. J Urol. Jun 2012.

AUA Video Presentation 2012 FlexibleUreteroscopy Directed Retrograde Nephrostomy for PCNL.