Most frequent questions and answers
Platelets and other components in human blood migrate to a site of injury. Platelets are known to release a variety of growth factors that respond to tissue injury, where they initiate and promote healing. By concentrating platelets at the site of injury, physicians have the potential to enhance the body’s natural capacity for healing. We use the SELPHYL system to create our PRP, which provides the highest quality PRP called a Platelet-Rich Fibrin Matrix.
20cc of your blood is obtained with a small Butterfly needle. The blood is then placed into 2 patented SELPHYL tubes which have a gel gradient that separates out the white and red blood cells from the plasma, this is then spun for 6 minutes in a centrifuge. The PRP is then created and should have the color of straw. Your PRP is then placed in another tube which contains Calcium Chloride that activates the healing cascade. 20cc of blood typically yields about 10cc of PRP.
- ED treatment
- Blood flow and nerve sensation improvement
- Stronger and more intense orgasms
- Higher sexual stamina during sex
- More libido and a more sensitive penis
- Works alongside testosterone therapy
- Helps with sexual function after prostate surgery
- Makes the penis longer and wider
We use a very potent numbing cream with a combination of Benzocaine. Lidocaine and Tetracaine. You may choose to have a penile block where Lidocaine is injected into the nerves at the base of the penis with a very fine needle which results in complete numbness. Most patient’s experience only mild discomfort. We can also prescribe some relaxing medication (Valium) if you feel you may need it. You will need someone to drive you if you opt for some valium.
The numbing with the cream takes about 25 minutes. The actual injection of the PRP takes 10-15 minutes. Following the PRP injections, you will receive a round of GAINSWAVE therapy to disperse the PRP, this takes about 25 minutes. Plan for at least an hour to an hour and a half for the total process to happen.
There is a $200 initial consultation fee where you will be fully evaluated and make sure this procedure addresses the issue(s) you are having. If you proceed with the P-Shot, the $200 will be credited to you.