What is Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?

Erectile dysfunction (ED), or impotence, is the inability to obtain or maintain an erection suitable for intimate activity. More than 35 million men in the United States are affected by it. While more than half of men aged 65 and older and nearly all men over the age of 70 experience ED, it also affects up to 39 percent of men in their 40s.

Left untreated, the physical frustrations of living with erectile dysfunction can quickly become emotionally stressful as well, with men often reporting relationship and related issues. The result can be embarrassment and loss of self-esteem, which often affects personal relationships.

PRP Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction

At Halo Medicine, we can treat erectile dysfunction by using platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy. The PRP procedure, also called the PRP Shot or P Magic Shot, is non-invasive and doesn't carry the heart-health risks that many traditional erectile dysfunction treatments do.

This is because PRP therapy uses natural, regenerative cells that are drawn from your bloodstream. These cells are refined to just the platelet rich plasma (PRP) using a highly-advanced centrifuge. They are then administered directly to the penis and delivers erections that are:

  • Firmer
  • Larger
  • More frequent
  • Longer lasting

This is because PRP promotes the growth of new tissue that can help you have better erections for up to 18 months or longer.

What is PRP?

PRP is a part of a category of medicine called Regenerative Medicine. In simple terms, the process involves taking a small amount of your blood, concentrating your blood’s platelets, and then injecting the resulting platelet-rich plasma into an area of your body in need of regeneration.

At Halo, we also use PRP therapy to:

  • Perform non-invasive face lifts and breast lifts.
  • Spur hair regrowth.
  • Reduce or eliminate urinary incontinence.
  • Boost sexual function for woman and men.

Is PRP Right for Me?

PRP is one of our most popular services and has helped clients like:

If you're interested in PRP, we invite you to schedule a free consultation with Dr. B by calling us at 847-260-7300 or using our online appointment request system.

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