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The Priapus Shot (P-SHOT) is much more effective when combined with a Shockwave Protocol for ED.
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PSHOT is a 30-60 minute procedure at our Cell Therapy Treatment Center.
How the PShot Works
The P Shot is an extension of a type of popular regenerative cellular therapy called platelet-rich plasma (PRP). Platelet-rich plasma is autologous blood with concentrations of platelets well beyond normal baseline levels, which includes 7 or more growth factors. These growth factors are the body’s own normal regenerative healing factors, concentrated.
At baseline levels, platelets function as a natural reservoir for growth factors including platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF), epidermal growth factor (EGF), transforming growth factor-beta 1 (TGF-β1), vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), fibroblast growth factor (FGF), hepatocyte growth factor (HGF), and insulin-like growth factor (IGF-I).
Patients undergoing the P-shot will have between 30mL and 60mL of blood drawn by their doctor or nurse. The blood is then placed in a harvesting centrifuge and spun for a specific amount of time. This process separates normal blood, so the growth factors can be isolated, condensed, and re-injected into the area regeneration of tissue is desired.
The doctor uses a very small syringe to inject the platelet-rich plasma into the corpus cavernosum. This is the area most specific to vascular function leading to an erection. Research reveals PRP exerts effects through many downstream events releasing growth factors and other bioactive factors.
Thus far, most studies on PRP and ED have been conducted on animal models. However, it is notable that regenerative healing is similar among species. Anecdotal evidence and testimonials by many patients indicate PRP is a reasonable option for many point-of-care cellular-based regenerative therapies, including erectile enhancement.
PRP injection in the corpus cavernosum increased the number of myelinated axons and facilitated recovery of EF in the bilateral CN injury rat model. Wu C‐C, Wu Y‐N, Ho H‐O, Chen K‐C, Sheu M‐T, and Chiang H‐S. The neuroprotective effect of platelet‐rich plasma on erectile function in bilateral cavernous nerve injury rat model. J Sex Med 2012;9:2838–2848.
PRP for Nerve and Vascular Function
PRP has shown in studies to improve both nerve and vascular function. As stated before, PRP includes many beneficial cells such as vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). Studies have shown tremendous benefits in nerve function in animal studies. PRP is a very safe procedure.
For those suffering ED due to the effects of diminished vascular function and nerve sensitivity, it’s worth speaking to a treatment advisor to learn more about PRP and Pulse Wave therapy.
PULSE WAVE USING ACOUSTIC PULSE WAVE THERAPIES
The P-wave therapy is a superior approach using both acoustic radial wave energy to penetrate and rejuvenate vascular and nerve tissues within the penis.
Pulse Wave therapies are more commonly referred to as Shock Wave. They are non-invasive and do not hurt. Downtime is zero. Many expereince an almost immediate improvement.
Historically, pulse wave therapies have been around since the 1960s. They’ve been used on Olympic athletes to accelerate healing during competitions. Pulse wave therapies have been extensively used for kidney stones, tendon injuries, and ligament problems. More recently scientists have been exploring its effectiveness as a non-pharmaceutical approach to erectile dysfunction.
Pulse Wave (shockwave) therapy for ED works by using mechanical wave energy to induce an acoustic wave concussion into the tissue. This process sets in motion a natural healing and regenerative cascade of molecular responses within the penis. In doing so, rejuvenation of damaged nerve endings and vascular tissues appears to occur in a little as six sessions, each spaced approximately 3-5 days apart.
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Shockwave Therapy for Erectile
Shockwave combined with PHOT offers excellent non-surgical therapies for erectile dysfunction in men that no longer respond to oral medications. Hormone therapies and weight loss can also help.
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