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P Shot, Pulse Wave, or Both for Sexual Health?


If you had the chance to achieve stronger orgasms, increase your desire for sex, or create stronger, longer lasting erections would you?


For thousands of men who experience sexual dysfunction, or just want to optimize their sexual experience, the answer is yes.


They took advantage of a simple, outpatient treatment called the P shot, pulse wave therapy, or both!


So how do you decide if you should consider these treatments? Read below to learn more.


What is a P Shot?


As you age, blood vessels, tissues, and nerve endings begin to need repair. Blood vessels and the surrounding tissues are responsible for creating an erection and the nerve endings are necessary for feeling satisfied during your sexual experience.


To heal these natural aging affects, a medical professional can use a P Shot to help repair those nerve endings and increase the blood flow to this intimate area. After obtaining your PRP through a blood draw, the platelets are then injected into 5 different areas of the penis.


The human growth factor from the PRP works to increase sensation, improve orgasm experience, and repair the penile areas that can cause erectile dysfunction.


What is Pulse Wave Therapy?


Pulse wave therapy is a method for dispersing acoustic sound waves through tissues in the body. As these waves pass through the targeted tissues, they create a therapeutic effect.


Patients using pulse wave therapy benefit from decreased plaque buildup, improved blood flow, and the growth of new blood vessels, all without the use of injections or oral medications.


Pulse wave therapy has been used for many years in the orthopedic world to improve joint function, but has more recently been used to also improve the function and satisfaction of the penis.


The waves sent into the penile tissues during this treatment improve blood flow by opening up existing blood vessels and stimulating the growth of new ones. This increased blood flow allows for stronger, longer lasting erections.


Which One is Right For Me?


In order to determine which treatment is right for you, it is important to determine if you have erectile dysfunction or if you are looking to create a more optimal sexual experience.


Pulse wave therapy is great for both parties - those who want to optimize their experience will require fewer sessions and those with erectile dysfunction can achieve their goals with more sessions.


The P Shot is ideal for men who are experiencing erectile dysfunction or unfulfilling sexual experiences because the PRP injected is meant to repair and restore those tissues and blood vessels responsible for erections.


Those men experiencing erectile dysfunction also benefit from combining the two services. Pulse wave therapy works to break apart the blockage that impedes optimal blood flow and the P Shot will speed up the restoration process of new blood vessels and nerve endings.


The best way to determine which is right for you is to schedule a consultation with a medical professional. After sharing your medical history, symptoms, and goals a recommended plan can be created to ensure you are achieving optimal results.



A P Shot can range from $1000 to $2000 depending on where you receive the service from.

Costs for pulse wave therapy will also vary based on your location.


At Luxe Vitality, we have different payment options depending on the number of sessions you are receiving and if you choose to package the treatments together.


$1200 for one session


One session - $500

Three sessions - $1400

Six Sessions - $2800


Packages

$1700 for P Shot & one pulse wave session

$2500 for P Shot & three pulse wave sessions

$4500 for three P Shots & three pulse wave sessions

 

If you are interested in this procedure, schedule your free consultation with a medical professional at Luxe Vitality.


They will discuss your medical history and your goals to determine if this is the best treatment for you and develop an individualized treatment plan.




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