Enjoy better sex with ‘life-changing’ erectile dysfunction treatments at Prolong Medical Center

CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Erectile dysfunction profoundly impacts a man’s health in many ways beyond the physical ability to have sex. It’s an issue that few men are willing to discuss or seek treatment for, but you don’t have to suffer in silence any longer.

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Patients throughout Southern Utah are experiencing a renewed sense of confidence and satisfaction with the help of Prolong Medical Center. The clinic offers a multifaceted approach to erectile dysfunction by providing cutting-edge procedures that treat the root causes of the problem, not just the symptoms. This is key to enjoying fulfilling intimacy once more.

“We know erectile dysfunction is real,” clinic manager Neal Nowland said. “But it doesn’t have to affect you, your relationships or your confidence.”

Erectile dysfunction affects approximately 30 million men nationwide. Although more prevalent in the aging population, it isn’t exclusively an older man’s problem. Men of all ages might notice that their sexual performance isn’t what it used to be.

Solving the riddle of erectile dysfunction requires consistency and patience, and Prolong Medical Center offers virtually every available treatment option aside from surgical implants. Nowland said the clinic is dedicated to exploring the least invasive therapies with the fewest potential side effects first.

Many cases of erectile dysfunction are attributed to diminished blood flow caused by plaque buildup in arteries and reduced capacity of existing blood vessels. Harnessing the power of the body’s built-in healing agents, acoustic wave therapy targets erectile dysfunction on a cellular level to facilitate natural, spontaneous erections whenever the time is right. The waves break apart plaque and scar tissue to restore blood flow along with stimulating vascular, stem cell and nitric oxide generation.

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Prolong Medical Center maintains an 85% success rate in treating erectile dysfunction with acoustic wave therapy. The clinic defines “success” as the ability to achieve and sustain an erection.

Some men experience improvement after just a few visits, while others might require more. The typical regimen of acoustic wave therapy includes six sessions, but Prolong Medical Center is dedicated to meeting each patient wherever they are.

Prolong Medical Center offers a discreet and personalized experience patients simply won’t find anywhere else in Southern Utah. The clinic is locally owned and operated by people who truly care about the medical needs of the community.

Appointments are scheduled so patients don’t share the waiting room with anyone else. Before starting any treatment plan, a physician assistant will review every patient’s medical history and preexisting health conditions to help ensure optimal results.

Prolong Medical Center was recently awarded gold in men’s health by Best of Southern Utah voters for the second year in a row, which Nowland said speaks to the level of service they offer.

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“We take every individual into consideration,” he added. “Everything we do is about improving quality of life and facilitating the best outcomes possible.”

If you’re ready to kick erectile dysfunction out of your bedroom for good, there’s no better time to reach out and schedule a free consultation. Prolong Medical Center is offering $750 off treatment plans this holiday season. Don’t miss your chance to give yourself a gift that will last long after Christmas is over.

“This can literally be life-changing,” Nowland said. “What do you have to lose?”

For more information, call 435-375-5000 or visit ProlongMedicalCenter.com.

Written by ALEXA MORGAN for St. George News.

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  • Prolong Medical Center | Address: 736 S. 900 East, Suite 107, St. George | Telephone: 435-375-5000 | Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. | Website.

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