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Sexual Health Clinics in Greenwood Village, CO

Men’s Sexual Health

Many men 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, but there are solutions.

Now, there are nonsurgical procedures available to treat ED caused by poor blood flow and conditions like Peyronie's disease. If you suffer from erectile dysfunction, you have options to stimulate blood circulation, build new blood vessels, and clear out built-up scar tissue, allowing you to achieve stronger erections and have a more fulfilling sex life.

At The Colorado Center for Health and Longevity in Greenwood Village, Dr. Levenson is committed to bringing you the most advanced technology to solve your erectile dysfunction. As nonsurgical ED solutions with proven results, treatments such as GAINSWave and the P Shot 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 with board-certified physician Dr. Ian Levenson at his office in Greenwood Village to learn more about options like P-Shot and GAINSwave.

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Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Clinic

Board-Certified Physician & Expert In Men's Sexual Health

While erectile dysfunction is an extremely common problem found in men, male sexual dysfunction can present itself as a result of several different conditions, lifestyle factors, and underlying diseases.

Some of the most common sexual health troubles we treat at The Colorado Center for Health and Longevity include:

  • 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.
  • Lichen sclerosus is a skin condition that presents as little white, shiny areas on the skin, which can grow and become bigger and more prevalent. These patches commonly appear in the anal and genital areas; however, they may develop on any area of the skin, including the neck, shoulders, chest, legs, and face. Treatment is generally needed for lichen sclerosus in the genitals to relieve symptoms and prevent further problems. Without the appropriate treatment from a lichen schlerosus specialist, these lesions can become larger plaques, injuring the skin and leading to bleeding, itching, and swollen blisters. 
  • Peyronie’s Disease can be caused by Injuries or traumas to the penis, which can lead to the formation of fibrous scar tissue. 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).

ED Treatment Options: P-shot Or Shockwave Therapy

Non-Invasive ED Treatments

Dr. Levenson and the team at The Colorado Center for Health and Longevity are committed to providing the least-invasive treatment options possible, and men’s sexual health is no exception. We offer several cutting-edge therapies to treat erectile dysfunction, lichen sclerosus and Peyronie’s disease, including the following:

  • The P-Shot is a nonsurgical treatment option to improve the size, girth, and firmness of an erection. By injecting platelet-rich plasma (PRP) directly into the penis, the P-Shot for ED can improve a man's sexual experience or treat problems such as erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease. Dr. Ian Levenson is a board-certified physician and an expert in sexual health with a certified provider of the P-Shot for men, having trained under its creator, Dr. Charles Runels.
  • GAINSWave therapy for ED 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 provide Peyronie’s disease treatment if necessary.

These treatments are not mutually exclusive, and for many patients, GAINSWave can actually be combined with the P-Shot for even better results. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the P-Shot hurt?

Before you receive your P-Shot, the injection site on your penis will be numbed with a topical anaesthetic. Most patients do not report pain.

How many GAINSWave sessions would I need to achieve results?

Most patients need about 6-12 sessions of GAINSWave, but they notice results that can last up to two years.

What is the difference between the P-Shot vs GAINSWave?

Both the P-Shot and GAINSWave are non-invasive procedures that can actually be used in tandem to produce even better results. However, the P-Shot does involve an injection, while GAINSWave only relies on acoustic waves.

Where can I get started with one of the best sexual health doctors near me?

At The Colorado Center for Health and Longevity, we make it easy to provide the men’s sexual healthcare you deserve. Just use our online tool to schedule your first consultation with Dr. Levenson today.