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Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction affects millions worldwide and is classified as a man’s inability to maintain an erection that is hard and long enough to perform sexual intercourse. This inability becomes a true medical condition once difficulty persist for an extended period.

Wave Therapy treats the root cause of erectile dysfunction by addressing poor blood flow. Through the use of shockwave therapy, micro-plaque is dissolved, new blood vessels develop, and growth factors are stimulated. These improvements to the penis result in harder, more sustainable erections.

Treatment is all-natural, non-invasive and safe for patients with health conditions such as heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes.

Treatment for Peyronie’s Disease

Most recognizable as a curvature of the penis, Peyronie’s disease is caused by fibrous scar tissue that usually develops from some type of trauma. This scar tissue prevents elasticity when a penis is aroused and causes it to bend, making intercourse impossible or painful.

Men with Peyronie’s disease have seen great results with Wave Therapy and enjoy that it is one of the only surgery- and injection-free options available. The shockwaves break up the scar tissue and create new blood vessels, allowing blood flow to increase and curvature to diminish.

Treatment for Sexual Enhancement

It’s no secret men of all ages are interested in ways to improve their sexual performance. In today’s world, surrounded by health-conscious social influencers and biohackers, the bar is set high for body optimization and peak performance—and the bedroom is no exception.

Younger men in their 20s and 30s are looking for ways to “supercharge” penis function and maximize their sexual encounters. If you’re looking for additional ways to improve your sexual performance, it could be time to consider something new. Wave Therapy is a proven, non-invasive treatment that produces better erections, increased sex drive and peak sexual performance. Patients benefit from

increased blood flow to the penis by opening existing blood vessels and stimulating the growth of new blood vessels and nerve tissue.


Treatment using Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections

Platelet-rich plasma injections (PRP) are used to promote healing and tissue regeneration. In addition to therapies to treat tendon or muscle injuries, stimulate hair growth, and speed recovery from surgery, PRP is also used as a treatment option for erectile dysfunction (ED), Peyronie’s disease, and improving sexual performance.

PRP injections can help treat ED by making the tissue and blood vessels in the penis healthier. The PRP is made from a small sample of your blood that is spun in a machine called a centrifuge. The centrifuge separates the plasma and platelets from the other parts of your blood. The resulting PRP mixture has a much higher concentration of stem cells than regular blood. Once the PRP is separated, it’s injected into your penis.

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Missouri Men’s Health can help recover your sexual self-confidence so you can start enjoying the excitement of intimacy again. We let results do the talking. With our proven success in treating erectile dysfunction, we’re confident we can find the best option for you at our clinic in Cape Girardeau.

We’re the clinic that Southeast Missouri men call for help with:

  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Low Testosterone (Low-T)
  • The Priapus Shot

Cape Girardeau location

1417 N. Mt. Auburn Rd., Suite A

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    Not your average doctor visit.

    Sometimes cases of erectile dysfunction have surprisingly simple solutions. In other cases, medical assistance is necessary. Every case can be different.

    Our team of dedicated healthcare professionals at Missouri Men's Health is here to find the best possible answer for you. If that includes partnering with your primary care physician, we’ll do it. We’re here to identify the cause and discuss every possible resolution.