CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Erectile dysfunction is more common than people might think. Research shows that it affects about 50% of men over 40 and only becomes more prevalent with age. But you don’t have to just live with it. Impotence is fixable, and Prolong Medical Center has the solution.
Prolong Medical Center is helping men across Southern Utah kick erectile dysfunction out of their bedrooms for good and enjoy fulfilling intimacy at any age. The key is acoustic wave therapy, a non-invasive treatment option that addresses the root causes of impotence and not just the symptoms.
“Your health is the most important thing you have,” clinic manager Neal Nowland said. “Everything we do is about improving your quality of life and facilitating the best outcome possible.”
Most cases of erectile dysfunction are the result of limited blood flow. It’s impossible to become completely erect without healthy blood flow, and even a slight reduction in circulation can result in the inability to perform. Plaque buildup in the penile arteries and diminished capacity of penile blood vessels are the leading causes of impotence.
Acoustic wave therapy utilizes the body’s natural healing agents, including red blood cells, growth factors and stem cells, to break apart plaque buildup and boost blood flow. It helps restore a man’s ability to enjoy spontaneous, satisfying erections whenever the time is right.
The typical regimen includes six sessions, but some cases might require additional treatments. Prolong Medical Center is dedicated to meeting each patient wherever they are.
Prolong Medical Center uses acoustic wave therapy to treat erectile dysfunction with unprecedented long-term results. The clinic boasts a success rate of approximately 85%, Nowland said, adding that “success” is defined as the ability to achieve and sustain an erection. Most patients see a difference after just a few sessions.
“We know that it works,” he added. “We help men change their lives every day.”
Nelson B. Guyer, a patient at Prolong Medical Center for the past year and a half, came to the clinic after consulting with another provider in St. George that offered similar services at nearly double the cost. He immediately liked and trusted Nowland and said he was pleased with the results of his acoustic wave therapy. After completing the initial course of treatment, he returns four times a year to maintain healthy blood flow.
Guyer found that certain aspects of his health, including his sexual performance, were starting to decline as he got older. Just like his hearing and eyesight aren’t what they used to be, he said erectile dysfunction is a natural part of aging and nothing to be ashamed of.
“Embarrassment sometimes keeps us from enjoying life to the fullest, but it’s no different than any other medical problem,” he said. “I’m 85 now, and I don’t mind telling people that I went to Prolong with a limp willy, and now I have thunder down under.”
Best of Southern Utah voters awarded Prolong Medical Center the gold ribbon for men’s health in 2022 and 2021, which Nowland said speaks to the patient experience they strive to create. They offer flexible financing options to make acoustic wave therapy affordable and address every patient’s health concerns with the utmost discretion.
Unlike other providers that have come and gone, Prolong Medical Center is a locally owned and operated clinic that truly cares about the community.
“We’re local and here to stay,” Nowland said. “We’re not going anywhere.”
If your sex life isn’t what it used to be, there’s no better time to get in touch with Prolong Medical Center. Call 435-375-5000 or visit ProlongMedicalCenter.com and schedule your free consultation today.
Written by ALEXA MORGAN for St. George News.
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