Offering innovative solutions for intimate health concerns affecting both men and women, Prolong Medical Center has established itself as Southern Utah’s leader in treating urinary incontinence as well as erectile dysfunction.

The experts at Prolong Medical Center are committed to helping every person who walks through their doors feel more comfortable and more confident. They evaluate each patient on an individual basis to create an optimal treatment plan for lasting results.

“Your health is the most important thing you have,” clinic manager Neal Nowland said. “Let us help you live the best life possible.”

More than 25 million Americans struggle with incontinence, and its prevalence only increases with age. Although more common in women over 50, it also affects men. Factors including prostate enlargement, menopause and childbirth all cause the pelvic floor muscles to weaken and descend, leading to bladder leakage and frequent urges.

Effective non-surgical treatment for incontinence is possible with the unique technology of Emsella. While fully clothed, patients sit comfortably on a chair that utilizes high-intensity electromagnetic energy to quickly deliver thousands of supramaximal muscle contractions to the pelvic floor.

These muscle contractions, similar to Kegel exercises, restrengthen the pelvic floor muscles to better support the bladder. The body will experience up to 11,200 muscle contractions during each 28-minute session. This causes the pelvic floor to lift, providing better urinary control and fewer episodes of leakage.

Emsella is FDA-approved for the treatment of incontinence in both women and men, and Nowland said that about 40% of incontinence patients at Prolong Medical Center are male.

“We get just as many husbands in here as we do wives,” he added. “In fact, many of the people we’ve treated so far are couples coming in together. They feel comfortable together, and both understand that each is suffering from similar issues.”

Prolong Medical Center was recently awarded a second consecutive gold medal for incontinence treatment by Best of Southern Utah voters, which Nowland said speaks to the patient experience his staff strives to create. The clinic also earned gold in men’s health for the third year in a row, solidifying their position as the community’s premier provider of solutions for erectile dysfunction.

“Your health is the most important thing you have,” he added. “Everything we do is about improving your quality of life and facilitating the best outcome possible.”

Affecting roughly half of American men over 40, most cases of erectile dysfunction are linked to diminished blood flow due to age and/or chronic illnesses like heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity. It’s impossible to become completely erect without adequate blood flow, and even a slight reduction in circulation may result in the inability to perform.

Prolong Medical Center has revolutionized erectile dysfunction treatment in Southern Utah by offering acoustic wave therapy, a completely non-invasive option that addresses the root causes of impotence and not just the symptoms.

Acoustic wave therapy activates the body’s natural healing agents, including red blood cells, stem cells and growth factors, to break apart plaque buildup and restore blood flow, allowing you to enjoy spontaneous, satisfying erections whenever the time is right.

Patients at Prolong Medical Center are experiencing unprecedented long-term results with a success rate of approximately 85%, Nowland said, adding that the clinic defines “success” as the ability to achieve and sustain an erection. Most patients see a remarkable difference after just a few sessions.

“We know that it works,” he added. “We help men change their lives every day.”

Don’t let incontinence or erectile dysfunction rob you of the quality of life you deserve. Prolong Medical Center is ready to help with flexible financing options to make treatment affordable. Patients can also use their HSA cards.

Schedule a consultation today to see the difference Prolong Medical Center can make in your health. For more information, call 435-375-5000 or visit

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