What Is Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?

Drug-free Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Options

Erectile dysfunction (ED), also known as impotence, is the inability to get or keep an erection firm enough to have sexual intercourse. Symptoms of ED may include: persistent trouble getting or keeping an erection, decreased sexual desire, problems with orgasm. Dr. Croland offers several erectile dysfunction treatment options.

Many men are reluctant to talk to their doctor about erectile dysfunction. As a result, their relationships suffer and they are missing out on the pleasures of sex and intimacy. Erectile dysfunction can affect a man’s confidence and sense of well being while their partner might feel unattractive and at fault.

RenewWave™ is a noninvasive, pain-free treatment using soundwave technology, also known as low intensity shock-wave therapy (LI-SWT). With the RenewWave™ ED therapy, pulsating acoustic sound waves break down micro-plaques that can interfere with healthy blood flow to the penis. As the plaque goes away, soundwaves stimulate the growth of new blood vessels resulting in better blood flow, stronger, harder and more sustainable erections and enhanced sensitivity.

The Priapus Shot (P-Shot) is another Learn2Renew erectile dysfunction treatment that uses Platelet Rich Plasma to rejuvenate, revitalize and heal blood vessels, nerves and skin of the penis. With the P-Shot, patient’s report improved circulation (erections) and sensation, as well as increased size when adding vacuum pump therapy.

The effectiveness of PRP injections, however, doesn’t just end with erectile dysfunction treatment. There have also been a number of proven benefits of PRP for women’s sexual health. The  O-shot for women utilizes a very specific technique using blood-derived growth factors from PRP to rejuvenate the female sexual anatomy. Women report improvement in sexual satisfaction, intensity of orgasm, reduced discomfort, and many have seen improvement or resolution of urinary stress incontinence.

Disclaimer: Medical treatments are individualized to meet the specific needs of each patient. Individual results vary.