PRIAPUS SHOT® / P-SHOT®
The P-Shot® (or Priapus Shot®) is a new, pioneering, and reliable treatment which can tremendously improve performance and increase penis size naturally.
If you’re looking for a great improvement in sexual performance by increasing sexual stamina, sensation, pleasure, girth and length, then the P-Shot® might be right for you!
The Priapus Shot® uses blood-derived growth factors from your own blood to rejuvenate the penis. This is a very powerful stem cell therapy to take your sexual performance to a different level by stimulating angiogenesis (new blood vessel formation), new, younger tissue growth and increasing blood flow and circulation to the organ, resulting in stronger, longer, and more sustainable erections.
We begin the Priapus Shot® procedure by applying our signature numbing cream to the penis. Blood is then drawn from your arm, and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is separated using the centrifuge. Utilizing a very thin needle, the growth and healing factors of PRP are then injected into very specific areas of your penis in the most comfortable and painless manner possible.
The P-Shot® is a simple in-office procedure. It takes about 30 minutes, and there is little or no downtime. You can potentially experience minor swelling, bruising, discomfort, and/or painful erection during the first 24-48 hours.
The patient usually enjoys the effects of the Priapus Shot® immediately after the procedure as the growth factors begin to rejuvenate and enhance the sexual response and appearance. The effects of the Priapus Shot® continue to improve for up to 3 months and may last 12-18 months, resulting in an increase in girth (up to 1 inch) and length (1/4-1 inch) of the penis. The patient will experience better erections and if Cialis or Viagra is needed, these medicines should work better for you.
You can also have greatly improved sexual stamina making sex even more enjoyable. If you have Peyronie’s Disease, the Priapus Shot®-highly effective and virtually painless treatment – can help with a series of usually three treatments spaced six weeks apart. No longer will your sex life be complicated by the pain and embarrassment of Peyronie’s!
Packages start at 1,900
WARNING: Not all PRP injections are the same. Ohio Stem Cell Providers are specially trained using a patented system. Only members of the Priapus Shot® provider group are understanding of the method and in agreement to follow evidence based and high standards which include the use of lab equipment approved by the FDA for the preparation of platelets to go back into the body and the use of very specific methods.
Q: HOW FAST CAN I SEE RESULTS?
A: The results of the P-Shot® in terms of erectile function are almost immediate. Men who have received the injection have gone home and were better lovers that night! Noticeable increase in size could take a few weeks.
Q: ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS?
A: Since it is made from your own blood, there are little or no known side effects.
Q: WHERE IS THE PENIS INJECTION GIVEN?
A: The Priapus injection is applied to the parts of your penis that are most important to sexual arousal and erectile function.
Q: IS IT PAINFUL? DOES THE PRIAPUS SHOT® HURT?
A: Before giving the injection, we apply a local anesthetic. The anesthetic allows the P-Shot® to be nearly painless.
Q: HOW MUCH INCREASE IN SIZE CAN I EXPECT?
A: After about 3 weeks, the increase of 1/4-1 inches in both length and girth has been reported!
Q: IS THERE ANYTHING I NEED TO DO AFTER RECEIVING THE P-SHOT®?
A: After the Priapus Shot® procedure, to ensure your best result, you will need to use a provided vacuum pump device to stretch the tissues of the penis. The pumping action stimulates the PRP and other ingredients in the P-Shot® to continue the regenerative process, and will help to maximize increased girth and length.
Q: WILL I NEED TO SEE THE DOCTOR AFTER THE PROCEDURE?
A: A brief follow-up visit is generally recommended four weeks after your P-Shot® procedure. Some men choose to have a second P-Shot® injection at this time, but that depends on your particular results.
Q: IS THE P-SHOT® FDA APPROVED?
A: The P-Shot® (Priapus Shot®) uses your own blood. So, the P-Shot is not FDA approved because the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) NEVER approves procedures. The FDA does NOT govern the body or body parts or body fluids nor does the FDA govern what a doctor does with a patient’s blood or urine or body parts—these are not drugs! The FDA does govern the devices use to prepare the PRP.
Therefore, we use FDA approved devices to prepare the blood (PRP-Platelet Rich Plasma) for the Priapus Shot® procedure. Also, we have a well-planned and protected way of injecting the PRP into the penis and a whole protocol for before and after the procedure.
There are a lot of men who suffer from erectile dysfunction (also known as ED), which is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection. This can cause stress and embarrassment about a situation they cannot control because it is a medical condition. ED is a common problem and there are solutions. Shockwave is a nonsurgical procedure developed as a solution to ED caused by poor blood flow and conditions like ED. If you suffer from erectile dysfunction, our doctors may recommend shockwave in addition to a PSHOT . Both are treatments offered at Ohio Stem Cell to stimulate blood circulation, build new blood vessels, and clear out built-up scar tissue. To learn more about Shockwave, schedule a consultation.
Erectile dysfunction is common among middle-aged and older men. Those who have ED often have trouble achieving or maintaining an erection that is suitable (hard enough) for intercourse. There are many reasons why a man may have ED, including age or lifestyle choices (i.e. obesity, drugs, excessive drinking, steroids). ED may also be caused or exacerbated by a medical condition, like kidney disease, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, or high blood pressure. Psychological factors such as anxiety, depression, and stress can also be contributors. While the root cause of ED may vary, it most often results in an insufficient blood flow to the penis, which can be treated.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is most often associated with a man who cannot get or maintain a penile erection. Other symptoms include reduced sexual desire, premature or delayed ejaculation. These symptoms may occur occasionally without concern, but when they become chronic or become worse, you should speak to a doctor to be diagnosed with erectile dysfunction. If the penis becomes bent or curved when erect, you may have Peyronie's disease, which can lead to painful erections or ED. Schedule a consultation if you have any symptoms or concerns about ED.
After assessing your medical history and performing a thorough exam we may suggest treatment options. To treat ED without medication or surgery, Ohio Stem Cell offers Shockwave nonsurgical treatments at his office. Using safe pulse waves to improve blood flow, Shockwave takes about 30 minutes in the comfort of one of our private treatment rooms. During the Shockwave procedure, the handheld device will be passed over your penis and genital area to break up plaque blocking the existing blood vessels while also stimulating the growth of new blood vessels. Most patients need about 6 – 12 sessions, but they notice results that can last up to two years. After your Shockwave treatment, you may notice an improvement in erections, orgasms, your sexual performance, and sensations. Shockwave can also be used along with the P-Shot or another treatment for male enhancement.
At Ohio Stem Cell we are committed to bringing you the most advanced technology to solve your erectile dysfunction. A nonsurgical ED solution with proven results, Shockwave treatments can help you whether you want to treat your erectile dysfunction or enhance your sexual performance. Instead of drugs like Viagra and Cialis with possible side effects, schedule a consultation to learn more about Shockwave for ED.
Injuries or traumas to the penis can lead to the formation of fibrous scar tissue, which may lead to the development of Peyronie's disease. Characterized by a penis that is curved or bent when erect, Peyronie's disease can get worse over time leading to problematic symptoms. More commonly seen in middle-aged or older men, Peyronie’s disease can cause severe pain, embarrassment, stress, anxiety, decreased sexual satisfaction, and erectile dysfunction (ED). At The Colorado Center for Health and Longevity in Greenwood Village, board-certified physician Dr. Ian Levenson offers diagnosis and treatment options for Peyronie’s disease, which in turn might improve or eliminate problems with erectile dysfunction.
Scientists have not conclusively determined a single cause of Peyronie's disease. However, most doctors believe that it is caused by fibrous plaque that develops after trauma to the penis. Some of these injuries may be small enough that they go unnoticed, but as the plaque builds up over time, the erect penis becomes curved rather than straight. This is why Peyronie's disease is more common in men over the age of 55 years old, although it can occur in younger men. Other possible causes of Peyronie's disease are genetics and a connective tissue disorder, like Dupuytren's contracture.
The most obvious symptom of Peyronie's disease is a penis that is bent or arched when it is erect. The curve may become worse over time or cause pain. Other symptoms include problems achieving or holding an erection (erectile dysfunction) and the penis becoming shorter. Peyronie's disease often causes stress or anxiety in men over the appearance of their penis and decreased sexual satisfaction. You should be open with Dr. Levenson about all your symptoms and concerns during your consultation so he can properly diagnosis and treat your condition.
After diagnosis with a physical exam, Dr. Levenson can discuss your treatment options for Peyronie's disease. At The Colorado Center for Health and Longevity, Dr. Levenson offers platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and GAINSWave therapy as nonsurgical options to treat Peyronie's disease. PRP therapy for the penis, also known as the P-Shot, uses healing factors in your own blood to both reduce scar tissue and increase blood flow to the penis. GAINSWave uses high-frequency acoustic waves to remove micro-plaque, open existing blood vessels in the penis, and stimulate the growth of new blood vessels. One or both of the treatments may be part of the custom treatment plan Dr. Levenson develops to treat your erectile dysfunction (ED) and other symptoms of Peyronie's disease.
If you have symptoms of Peyronie's disease, including erectile dysfunction, it's important to seek a diagnosis and treatment so you don't have to deal with embarrassment or problems with your sex life. Dr. Levenson and his team at The Colorado Center for Health and Longevity may be able to help restore your overall sexual health and confidence with a custom treatment plan for ED caused by Peyronie's disease. For more information, contact our office in Greenwood Village to schedule your consultation.
Peyronie's disease, another autoimmune disease ... This came out this month out of Wake Forest, where they took men and they followed their results with Peyronie's disease. Not only did their Peyronie's improve statistically, but they also improved their erectile dysfunction by 5 on that scale of 5 to 25 that the urologists use. For some reason, thankfully, they threw in one woman just for good measure, and showed that it helped her incontinence. They just tucked that in as an aftermath.
Ronald Virag, as you guys know as the legendary vascular surgeon who was first to present the idea of intracavernosal injections for erectile dysfunction, out of Paris. He just published a study where he showed that this is comparing PRP with Xiapex, which is a $50,000 series of injections, FDA approved version of collagenase. He showed that PRP works better with few side effects. There's a risk of about 1 in 30, that actually go from a bent pencil to a fractured pencil and a limp noodle. You don't see that risk with PRP. You see the side effect is the erectile function improves. He showed the same thing, actually, in his studies that erectile dysfunction improves by an average of about 7 on that 5 to 25 point scale.
Brave Man Tells His Story about Treatment of Peyronie's Disease with the Priapus Shot® [P-Shot®] Procedure
Shockwaves activate the growth of new nerve tissue in the penis. This process, called neurogenesis, enhances sensitivity in the penis. Ohio Stem Cells technique uses low-intensity sound waves and is non-invasive, it is often referred to as Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (LI-ESWT)