Peyronie’s Disease Treatment: Non-Surgical, Painless Cure
Simply Men’s Health offers state-of-the-art, multi-faceted, non-invasive Peyronie’s Disease Treatments. Most traditional medicine treatments are painful and don’t work. Furthermore, they even result in severe Erectile Dysfunction. Therefore, Simply Men’s Health developed a ground-breaking Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Protocol. Our Special Treatment protocol combines RejuvaWAVE® Shockwave therapy, and PRP Priapus Shot® to treat Peyronie’s Disease
Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Questions and Answers
What is Peyronie’s Disease?
As a result of media campaigns, Peyronie’s Disease or PD is becoming a household word. In other words, Peyronie’s Disease simply defined is when the Penis curves or bends when erect. This curve can progress over time. Eventually, the curvature is so bad that erections are painful and sexual intercourse is impossible.
What is the cause of Peyronie’s Disease?
Most commonly, the penis curvature is due to an injury. Often the injury happened during sexual intercourse. Or sometimes it may be due to an injury that happened even as a child. As a result of this injury, it is believed that scar tissue forms causing the penis to progressively develop a curvature. But, many times there is no known injury. Often the cause is not known, or it may even be hereditary.
Is there a cure for Peyronie’s Disease?
Traditional medicine treatments are often painful or involve invasive surgery. Moreover, the results are poor and often cause erectile dysfunction. Simply Men’s Health offers non-invasive Medicine Treatments that help to break up the scar tissue. As a result of breaking up this scar tissue, the treatment reverses Peyronie’s disease is and restores sexual function.
Why is Simply Men’s Health PD Treatment better than what Traditional Medicine has to offer?
Although the cause of Peyronie’s disease often is a mystery, most usually the bend is a result of scar tissue and plaque. Unlike traditional medicine treatments, which may include painful Xiaflex injections or surgery, our physicians use a painless, non-invasive approach to naturally repair the tissue. And they work because they address the underlying cause of PD, the fibrous scar tissue and plaque. In addition, the treatment will also improve erections and penis sensitivity. This can make sex more enjoyable and turn back the clock. In contrast, traditional medicine therapies are often extremely painful and usually not successful. Moreover, even if they do help the PD, they often end up leaving you with Erectile Dysfunction.
Simply Men’s Health PD Treatment Protocol:
RejuvaWAVE® Shockwave Therapy
First, RejuvaWAVE® Shockwave Therapy. The low intensity acoustic pressure waves helps to break up the scar tissue. In addition, the shockwave therapy stimulates the restoration and repair of tissue. By breaking up this hard, fibrous scar tissue, the bend gradually straightens out. Furthermore, an extra bonus is that the shockwave therapy also improves sexual function.
PRP Platelet-Rich Plasma Priapus Shot®
Secondly, the Priapus-Shot® (P-Shot® ) The P-Shot® uses concentrated growth and healing factors obtained from your own blood. This PRP is painlessly, injected directly into the scar tissue , yes it is painless! As a result, these healing factors help break up scar tissue. In addition, the P-Shot® improves erections strength, increases sensitivity and increases penis size.
What are the Best Peyronie’s Disease Treatments for Me?
Peyronie’s Disease can vary from a mild, painless curve to a severe bend that causes painful erections or even makes sexual intercourse impossible. Therefore, at Simply Men’s Health, we individualize the treatment protocol for each patient. If you have a mild condition you may only require one treatment modality. Or if extremely severe, you may need a combination of several of our Peyronie’s Disease medical treatments. You will always meet with one of our experienced physicians who will recommend the best treatment plan for you.
Call Simply Men’s Health, South Florida’s Leader in Men’s Sexual Health for an appointment or to learn more about our treatment options: 561-459-5356