CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — If your sexual performance isn’t what it used to be, there’s no better time to get in touch with Prolong Medical Center. The locally owned and operated clinic helps Southern Utah men eliminate erectile dysfunction from their bedrooms for good.

Stock image | Photo by dragana991/iStock/Getty Images Plus, St. George News

Prolong Medical Center offers a multi-faceted approach to erectile dysfunction by offering state-of-the-art procedures that address the root cause of the problem, not just the symptoms. This is the key to restoring trust and allowing patients to regain fulfilling intimacy.

Erectile dysfunction affects approximately 30 million men nationwide. Although more prevalent in the aging population, it is not exclusively an older man’s problem. Men of all ages can experience difficulty getting and/or maintaining an erection.

“It’s a misconception that ED only happens to older people,” said clinic director Neal Nowland. “It’s a problem that can also affect men in their 30s, 40s and 50s.”

Most cases of erectile dysfunction are related to decreased blood flow caused by the buildup of plaque in the penile arteries and the reduced capacity of existing blood vessels. Stress level, sleep quality, medications, weight and general health also play a key role. It is increasingly common in men with chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease or diabetes.

Beyond the ability to have sex, erectile dysfunction has a profound impact on men’s health in many ways. The lack of confidence and added stress permeates their relationship with their spouse or partner, affecting the quality of their sleep, their performance at work, and their overall sense of well-being.

Stock image | Photo by stefanamer/iStock/Getty Images Plus, St. George News

It’s a problem that few men are willing to discuss or seek treatment for, but they don’t have to suffer in silence. At Prolong Medical Center, patients achieve unprecedented long-term results with a non-surgical, non-invasive solution that harnesses the power of the body’s built-in healing agents.

Acoustic wave therapy targets erectile dysfunction at the cellular level to facilitate natural, spontaneous erections when needed. Waves break down plaque buildup and scar tissue in the genitals to restore blood flow while stimulating the generation of vascular oxide, stem cells and nitric oxide.

Solving the problem of erectile dysfunction requires consistency and patience, and Prolong Medical Center maintains an 85% success rate in treating impotence with acoustic wave therapy. The clinic defines “success” as the ability to achieve and maintain an erection.

“Extending changes lives,” Nowland said. “People think it’s just the bedroom, but if you have erectile dysfunction you know it’s so much more.”

The typical acoustic wave therapy regimen consists of six sessions. Some patients see improvement after just a few visits, while others may require more treatments. Prolong Medical Center is dedicated to meeting each patient wherever they are and will perform as many sessions as needed. The clinic also offers 12 months of cash financing.

Stock image | Photo by anyaberkut/iStock/Getty Images Plus, St. George News

Prolong Medical Center responds to each patient’s health concerns with the utmost discretion. Appointments are scheduled so that patients do not share the waiting room with anyone. Before beginning any treatment program, a clinician will thoroughly review the patient’s medical history and pre-existing health conditions to create a personalized plan that meets their needs.

The Best of Southern Utah voters recently awarded Prolong Medical Center a gold ribbon in the men’s health category for the second year in a row, which Nowland says is a testament to the patient experience they strive to create. The staff is committed to helping each patient achieve a better quality of life through state-of-the-art solutions.

“Your health is the most important thing you have,” he added. “What are you waiting for?”

Schedule a consultation today to see the difference Prolong Medical Center can make in your life. For more information, call 435-375-5000.

Written by ALEXA MORGAN for St. George News.



  • Extend the medical center | Address: 736 S. 900 East, Suite 107, St. George | Phone: 435-375-5000 | Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. | Website.

Copyright St.George News, LLC, 2022, all rights reserved.