Treatment for ED
We treat the inability to achieve and maintain an erection, low testosterone, and premature ejaculation. Physicians or urologists are ideal for other problems, but they may rarely see patients who experience your concern. We treat thousands of men each year. Our experience makes a difference in your successful treatment. We are so confident in our methods, when treating erectile dysfunction, we GUARANTEE results or our services are FREE!
What medications are available for my treatment?
Our expert licensed Physicians utilize only painless and safe medical options to effectively treat your problem so you obtain an erection with only one visit. Until the doctor examines you there is no way to determine which type of medical treatment will be the most effective. After completion of the examination and testing he will establish the best treatment option to immediately generate a sustained erection.
How long will the office visit last and what will happen?
Upon arrival, a member of our all male staff will escort you to a private room to see a doctor. He will perform a few tests, including an ultra sound, review your medical history and ask about medications you are taking. He will review those results and discuss the best treatment option to help you get and maintain an erection.
A test dose of medication will be offered. The process if safe and painless with no side effects. After several minutes he will return to the room to be sure you are happy with the results. He will then discuss the duration you would like to maintain your erection every time you have sex.
Your visit will last between 1 ½ to 2 hours to assure your test dose worked properly. The exam, tests and initial dose of medication are included in the cost of your first visit. Many insurance companies reimburse for our services. Before you leave the clinic we will present the appropriate paperwork and diagnosis codes required by insurance. You can then chose to submit this to your provider.
Erectile dysfunction or impotence is a common condition. A man who is impotent is persistently unable to achieve or maintain an erection for satisfactory sexual intercourse. Millions of men have erectile dysfunction or ED. Most men experience ED during their sexual life. Professional help is needed when ED becomes a persistent problem. It can be caused by many factors including medication, psychological and physical factors.
Age: At age 40, approximately 40% of men are affected. The rate increases to nearly 70% in men aged 70 years. The prevalence of complete ED increases from 5% to 15% as age increases from 40 to 70 years. Age is the variable most strongly associated with ED.
Weight: Excess weight, particularly if it is concentrated in the abdomen (the spare tire), interferes with erectile function. Estimates of the total number of American men who suffer from ED range from 15-30 million, according to the National Institutes of Health. If you look down at your belly and you can't see your penis. That's a huge problem.
Blood Flow: A decrease in the blood flow to the penis will affect the quality of erections. The erections will be weak and/or short lasting. Decreased blood flow can be caused by clogged arteries, high blood pressure or pelvic trauma. Men who have clogged arteries in their heart often have the same problem with the arteries that supply the penis with blood.
Medications: Are the leading cause of ED including some that treat depression or high blood pressure.
Psychological: A man's failure to achieve an erection could have originated from alcohol, cigarettes or recreational drugs. If a man continues to fear not being able to have an erection, he may develop persistent psychological impotence.
Stress: Marital or job stress, financial worries and other factors can all play a role in starting, maintaining or worsening erectile dysfunction.
Physical: Can be caused by a disease, injury or an operation and may include: Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Cholesterol deposits in the blood vessels, Nephritis, Liver Disease
Injury: Penis, Pelvis, Spinal Cord and Brain injuries can cause Erectile Dysfunction
Hormones: These substances produced by the body control body functions. The lack or excess of hormones can also cause Erectile Dysfunction.
Other Causes: Alcohol, smoking, poor diet, depression and a sedentary lifestyle can also cause erectile dysfunction.