ED is a common & treatable problem
How is ED Diagnosed?
ED is diagnosed through a physical examination and health history exam by our board-certified physicians, and can be identified during your first visit. Erectile dysfunction can be a gradual condition and our physicians will diagnose the degree of dysfunction.
1 in 4 older men are suffer from ED. Common ED prescriptions by your family doctor typically stop working after a while – because they don’t tackle the root cause. We specialize in a complete, effective, and lasting ED treatments.
common causes & completely treatable
9 Common Causes of ed
The side-effects of obesity; such as diabetes & high blood pressure can result in ED. That’s why weight loss is part of our program – if needed.
Heart diseases can impact blood flow to the penis and can result in ED.
Erectile dysfunction might occur earlier in men with diabetes than in men without the disease.
Accidents could cause tissue damage, physiologically impacting the ability to get and/or maintain an erection.
CLOGGED BLOOD VESSELS
Blood flow is vital to getting and maintaining erections. Clogged blood vessels could be a hindrance.
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
High blood pressure can damage arteries and some medication for High BP could also cause ED. This is why we perform a complete health checkup. We tackle ED with a complete and detailed analysis.
SIDE EFFECTS OF CERTAIN MEDICATIONS
Certain medication could have undesirable side effects
It’s all in the mind. Past experiences could be deterrents.
“Before my treatment, I was in a lot of pain when I’m driving the car, getting out of the car, getting up in the morning, going to the bathroom– almost every activity– even sleeping. I had to lay a certain way and it just got to the point where whatever would take to get rid of the pain I did. My pain was between an eight and a nine—[after treatment] my pain is now between a two and three! When you’re tired of the pain, come here!”
“I was suffering from chronic sciatica for two years, very extreme, and hip problems. And a really bad walk. It was affecting my livelihood to tell you the truth. After my injection, the pain in my back is pretty much gone and my hips are getting better. My sleep is phenomenal now! Before, I would have to roll over because of the hips and sciatica almost every half hour so my sleep was terrible! Yeah, it’s very impressive compared to before. And, to me, that’s a big break in life. I’m also walking straight. Previous doctors only worked with the symptoms and [they talked about] major surgery. I’m only 55 and I definitely don’t want a hip replacement.
I thank you, doctor. Thank you.“
“I had extensive knee pain. I couldn’t bend. I couldn’t get up. It woke me up in the middle of the night. I was in a lot of pain every day– I would say between 6 to 10 years! Walking, carrying groceries, going up and down stairs, getting in and out of the car, sometimes even just sleeping! I had an immediate relief. I just don’t have pain anymore. I can do almost anything that I couldn’t do without thinking, “If I turn this way, it’s going to hurt,” or, “If I kneel down it’s,” … Even in church, which I’m trying not to kneel too much just yet, but it’s just so much different now. I don’t have any pain.
I’m finally getting a great night’s sleep. I’m waking up refreshed, and I actually feel, like, reborn again. Before anyone ever goes under a knife, this is such a great, state of the art way to do things. You just don’t have that same pain and I know, people in my family have to go to extensive therapy after their surgery. The only therapy I’m doing is enjoying my life!“
“I had terrible neck pain and back pain. It almost felt like I had a hot poker going up my spine most of the … every day, actually– for more than 30 years. After my injection, I was totally amazed about how little I felt as far as the pain went. I’ve noticed a definite decrease in the amount of medications I have to take, it’s nothing like I was taking before. Sitting, standing for any length of time. Lying in bed even– I find a lot less fighting with the bed pillows! I’m definitely sleeping better.“