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PRP Shots for Erectile Dysfunction: Drug-Free ED Treatment at Thrive MD

Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects millions of American men every year, oftentimes causing frustration and emotional distress for the affected individual and his partner. If you struggle with ED and traditional treatment approaches have failed to improve your sexual health, consider consulting with the board-certified physicians at Thrive MD about your non-surgical options.

Our Approach to ED Treatment

At Thrive we’ve proudly extended our leading-edge medical services to men who are seeking a non-invasive and natural treatment for ED. Our specialists use platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy to restore sexual performance. This treatment has neither the invasiveness nor heart health risks that are common with some other ED treatments. Here’s how it works:

  • A small blood sample is taken from the patient.
  • The blood sample is processed using a centrifuge to separate the healing platelet cells from other blood cells.
  • The concentrated platelet-rich plasma is injected directly into specific areas of the penis to improve the organ’s development, size, firmness, and ability to remain erect.

Because PRP therapy for ED harnesses the restorative abilities of platelets from the patient’s own blood, it carries little risk and has shown to deliver outstanding results, particularly for men who are experiencing sexual health issues associated with prostate conditions, diabetes, hypertension, or their treatments related to these issues.

Choosing PRP at Thrive MD

Whether you experience ED intermittently or have been struggling for years, we encourage you to consult with our experts about PRP therapy for erectile dysfunction. Even if other erection treatments have failed you in the past, we believe we can help. Contact us today to schedule your no-cost consultation. Our team will be happy to answer any questions you may have about our ED treatment, physicians, or accepted forms of payment.