Don’t let sensitive health concerns rob you of the quality of life you deserve. If you’re ready to take control of your well-being and restore your confidence, the solution is as simple as picking up the phone to get in touch with Prolong Medical Center.
Prolong Medical Center’s highly trained staff is ready to help you create an optimal treatment plan for lasting results. Solutions include breakthrough therapies for erectile dysfunction, urinary incontinence and other issues affecting both men and women.
“These conditions are treatable, and they’re nothing to be ashamed about at any age,” clinic manager Neal Nowland said. “But you need to take the first step.”
Erectile dysfunction impacts approximately 30 million men nationwide. Although far more prevalent after 50, it’s not exclusively an older man’s problem. Men of all ages might notice that their performance in the bedroom isn’t what it used to be.
Prolong Medical Center patients are experiencing unprecedented long-term results with acoustic wave therapy, a nonsurgical and noninvasive solution that harnesses the power of the body’s natural healing agents. It targets erectile dysfunction on the cellular level to facilitate spontaneous, satisfying erections whenever the time is right.
Many cases of erectile dysfunction are linked to diminished blood flow, which is caused by plaque buildup within the arteries and reduced capacity of blood vessels. Acoustic wave therapy breaks apart buildup and scar tissue to restore blood flow along with stimulating vascular, stem cell and nitric oxide generation.
Solving the problem of erectile dysfunction requires consistency and patience, and Prolong Medical Center is dedicated to meeting every patient where they are. The clinic maintains an 85% success rate in treating impotence with acoustic wave therapy, defining “success” as the ability to achieve and sustain an erection.
“This can literally be life-changing,” Nowland said. “People think it’s just about the bedroom, but if you’re struggling with ED, you know it’s far more.”
Incontinence is experienced by more than 25 million Americans, and its prevalence only increases with age. A weakened pelvic floor is the root cause of this bothersome and often embarrassing issue. Although more common among women, especially those over 50, it also affects roughly 20% of men.
Prolong Medical Center has revolutionized incontinence treatment in Southern Utah by offering Emsella, a unique and completely noninvasive solution. During a treatment session, patients sit – comfortably and fully clothed – on a chair that utilizes high-intensity, focused electromagnetic energy to quickly deliver thousands of supramaximal muscle contractions to the pelvic floor.
Similar to Kegel exercises, these muscle contractions restrengthen the pelvic floor to better support the bladder. Emsella will deliver up to 11,200 contractions during each half-hour session. This causes the pelvic floor to lift, leading to improved urinary control and renewed confidence.
Emsella is approved by the FDA for the treatment of incontinence in both men and women. In clinical trials, 95% of patients experienced significantly fewer incontinence episodes after just six sessions over three weeks, plus periodic follow-up treatments.
“You shouldn’t have to suffer in silence,” Nowland said. “Your health is the most important thing you have, so what are you waiting for?”
Prolong Medical Center offers a multifaceted approach to intimate health issues by providing cutting-edge procedures that treat the root causes of these conditions, not just the symptoms. They’re committed to helping every person who walks through their doors feel more comfortable and more confident in their daily lives.
The clinic was recently awarded gold in men’s health by Best of Southern Utah voters for the third year in a row, which Nowland said speaks to the patient experience his staff strives to create. Prolong Medical Center also won a second consecutive gold medal for incontinence treatment.
Prolong Medical Center addresses every patient’s health concerns with the utmost discretion. Appointments are scheduled so patients don’t share the waiting room with anyone. Before starting treatment, a medical provider will review their complete medical and pharmacological history and pre-existing health conditions to ensure the highest success rate.