Three Ways To Resurrect Your Mojo! April 17 2017, 0 Comments

Having had a very busy week at the office Dr. Retzler and I acted on a spontaneous urge for some "Resveratrol Therapy" (in the form of Pinot Noir) in and around Hood River, Oregon.

Imagine our surprise however when walking in to an art gallery first thing in the morning and seeing this:

When is the last time you saw THIS first thing in the morning?

Now you must remember that over the past few months we have introduced several new treatments for erectile dysfunction and improving men's sexual performance.

Needless to say, we took this as a sign that we are doing the right work in the world.

So, if you haven't seen this kind of artwork lately (especially first thing in the morning) we'll share with you a few options that might help you learn and come to appreciate "Wood Art".

Here are 3 ways HormoneSynergy® Clinic can help you resurrect your carpentry skills and wake up with a new outlook on life.

Testosterone TherapyTestosterone replacement therapy (TRT) in men with low testosterone has consistently shown to produce positive benefits with minimal side effects. Also, benefits of testosterone therapy can be both physical and mental. Restoring testosterone levels to within the normal range by using testosterone replacement therapy has shown to:

  • Increase lean body mass
  • Decrease fat mass
  • Increase bone mineral density
  • Improve sexual function
  • Improve mood and well being

    Although some benefits appear in the first month of therapy, most effects begin to take place over the first few months. There are two essential elements of sexual function: tactile sensation (physical contact) and mental stimulation (thoughts and visual images as known as libido). When given to men with low testosterone, TRT increases sexual thoughts and sexual desire.

    So, testosterone benefits libido. The benefits of testosterone therapy on physical sexual function are not conclusive. Erectile dysfunction can be related to one or more of many potential underlying medical conditions unrelated to testosterone levels including cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

    Thus, taking testosterone may not necessarily fix these unrelated underlying problems. Nevertheless, recent reviews on the effects of testosterone on erectile potency are encouraging. Also, in some patients, testosterone used in conjunction with GainsWave Therapy and the Priapus Shot (P-Shot) improves erectile function more than testosterone therapy alone.

    GAINSWave™ Therapy – The GAINSWave is a kind of extracorporeal shock wave therapy also known as ESWT. The treatments are also sometimes referred to as Linear Shockwave Therapy, or LSWT, or simply “shockwave therapy.”

    Shockwave therapy has been used for many years for the treatment of conditions ranging from orthopedics to urology. In the case of ED, the procedure uses either micro-bursts of mechanical energy or high-frequency acoustical waves to open and repair blood vessels in the penis that tend to build up with plaque, or otherwise become compromised over time.

    When used to treat vascular related erectile dysfunction, the mechanism of action for the ESWT is induced angiogenesis and neovascularization in the corpora cavernosa and corpus spongiosum. The resulting improvement in blood flow, achieved by the creation of new blood vessels and the rejuvenation of existing vessels, increases the patient’s ability to obtain and sustain an erection.

    Priapus Shot® – The P-shot, also known as the Priapus Shot®, is one of the latest and most effective alternative treatments for ED. The P-shot uses Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP. PRP uses the healing and growth factors in the patient’s own blood to improve his ability to obtain and maintain an erection. Unlike TriMix or other “penis” injections, PRP injections are completely drug-free, have minimal side effects, and when combined with other proprietary ingredients, can actually increase the size of the penis.

    If you're interested in any or all of these treatments please fill out our CONTACT PAGE or email daniel@hormonesynergy.com