CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Are you looking to regain your self-confidence and boost your love life? Ready to enjoy enhanced sexual performance and longer, stronger erections? It’s possible with Acoustic Wave Therapy at Prolong Medical Center.
Southern Utah men experience a renewed sense of confidence and fulfilling intimacy with the help of Extend the medical center. The clinic uses acoustic wave therapy to treat erectile dysfunction, delivering unprecedented long-term results.
“Your case is not hopeless,” said clinic director Neal Nowland. “It can change your life.”
Forget expensive surgeries, painful injections and pills that cause a host of nasty side effects. Acoustic wave therapy is a non-invasive treatment that targets the root cause of erectile dysfunction, not just the symptoms.
Most cases of erectile dysfunction are related to decreased blood flow. The male genitals are a network of tissues, nerves, and blood vessels, and adequate blood flow is essential for firm, long-lasting, and spontaneous erections.
Acoustic wave therapy engages the body’s healing mechanisms to rebuild, strengthen and dilate blood vessels while destroying the plaque buildup that naturally occurs with age. It is safe and very effective. In fact, some patients notice improvement after just a few sessions.
Others, however, may require more treatment. Prolong Medical Center is dedicated to meeting each patient where they are and will perform as many sessions as needed. The clinic also offers 12-month cash financing.
“We work with each person as an individual to fully understand the medical reason for their erectile dysfunction,” Nowland said. “That’s why we’re seeing an astonishing 85% success rate with patients.”
Prolong Medical Center defines “success” as the ability to achieve and maintain an erection. Nowland said many of their patients have tried other treatments and clinics with no lasting results.
Erectile dysfunction is one of the most common health problems among older men today. Studies suggest that between 50% and 70% of men between the ages of 50 and 70 suffer from mild to moderate impotence.
However, men of any age may notice that their sexual performance is not what it used to be. Stress, lack of sleep, medications, weight, and general health all play a role in erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction often serves as a warning sign for a man’s overall health and is increasingly prevalent in people with chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease or diabetes. Blood vessels in the penis can become blocked or narrowed as a result of a new or worsening vascular problem.
Before beginning any treatment plan at Prolong Medical Center, a medical provider will thoroughly review each patient’s medical history and pre-existing health conditions to create a program that meets their unique needs.
Prolong Medical Center offers a discreet, personalized experience that patients won’t find anywhere else in southern Utah, Nowland said. The clinic is locally owned and operated by people who genuinely care about the health needs of the community.
“We customize treatment plans to ensure the best outcome,” he added. “We take every individual into consideration.”
Recognizing that erectile dysfunction is a very sensitive issue for many men to discuss and seek treatment, the staff treat each patient’s health issues with the utmost discretion. Appointments are scheduled so that patients do not share the waiting room with anyone.
Prolong Medical Center Won Gold Ribbon in Men’s Health in 2021 The Best of Southern Utah contest, which Nowland says is a testament to the patient experience they strive to create. The clinic offers a variety of cutting-edge therapies to help patients choose the optimal treatment plan for the results they deserve. Additional solutions include a breakthrough treatment for urinary incontinence in both men and women.
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.
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