Physicians ED Center Rapidly expanding its network of clinics to help men live health sex lives.
Dec 16, 2015 /prREACH/ -- Erectile Dysfunction Center now has 10 offices open around US.
Physicians ED Center has grown to 10 offices around the US to meet the needs of men who seek treatment for erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction is the inability to sustain or achieve an erection. Physicians ED Center’s licensed medical doctors will prescribe medication from over two hundred combinations of medicines. After a thorough medical evaluation, a prescription is given based on each individual patient’s needs. These medications are even suitable if a patient has not had success with Viagra, Levitra, or Cialis. Patients with other medical conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, prostate cancer, or weight issues can still be treated by Physicians ED.
ED affects almost 40% of 40 year old men and more than 65% of 70 year men, according to the New England Journal of Medicine. Vascular disease contributes to most cases of ED, many which result from physical, not sexual problems. Over 50% of people between 65 years old and 74 years old are sexually active, with 25% of 75 to 85 year olds sexually active.
Studies have shown that 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. According to Dr. Michael J. Trombley, MD, Medical Director of Physician ED Centers nationwide network of clinics use a custom blend of medication and have helped 98% of men without side effects.
The clinics employ all male staff to ensure privacy throughout consultation, testing, and treatment. Each licensed physicians have a strong track record in the area of men’s sexual health and all clients will be seen by one of these doctors.
More Physicians ED Centers will be opening in more cities across the United States. Current centers can be found in Hartford, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, kansas City, Atlanta, Fort Myers, Cherry Hill, Salt Lake City, Baltimore, and Washington DC.