Physician’s E.D. Center Open New Offices Across the US


Erectile Dysfunction Center plans to open more offices in the coming months to meet growing demand for treatment of ED. Continue reading

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Nov 18, 2015 /prREACH/ -- Physicians E.D. Center has expanded their offices around the US and now has 10 offices open. The expansion will meet the growing needs of men around the US who seek treatment for erectile dysfunction.

Erectile dysfunction is the inability to sustain or achieve an erection. Physicians E.D. Centers use nonsurgical treatment. Instead, their licensed medical doctors prescribe medication from over two hundred combinations of medicine, tailored to each individual patient’s needs and based on their medical evaluations. These medications are suitable even to those patients who have not found success with Viagra, Levitra, or Cialis. Even those patients who have heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, prostate cancer, or weight problems can be treated by Physicians E.D.

The International Journal of Impotence Research refers to the therapy that Physician’s E.D. Center uses as highly effective. and the American urological Association believes it is the most effective nonsurgical treatment for ED.

According the New England Journal of Medicine, ED affects almost 40% of 40 year old men and more than 65% of 70 year old men. Vascular disease contributes to most cases of ED, many of which result from physical, not sexual problems. Over 50% of people between 65 and 74 are sexually active, and 25% are still active between 75 and 85. The clinics employ all male staff and ensure privacy throughout consultation, testing, and treatment. All clients will be seen by one of the licensed medical physicians, each who have a strong track record in the area of men’s sexual health. The center offers a money back guarantee for those patients who do not respond to the medication on their first visit.

Physicians ED Centers can now be found in Hartford, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Kansas City, Atlanta, Fort Myers, Cherry Hill, Salt Lake City, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. Plans to open more centers to reach more men are coming soon to other cities.


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“Men who have a healthy sex life are less likely to suffer from depression or anxiety and live longer than men without a healthy sex life. Our nationwide network of clinics use a custom blend of medication and have helped 98% of men without side effects.”
- Dr. Michael J. Trombley, MD
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