The P-Shot® procedure was created to help men who suffer from erectile dysfunction. The procedure uses blood-derived growth factors (PRP-Platelet Rich Plasma) to rejuvenate the tissue and male sexual systems by improving circulation of blood to the penis through newly regenerated blood vessels. The P-Shot® name is protected by US Patent & Trademark Law and awarded to Charles Runels MD; the creator and founder of this procedure.
The Priapus Shot® (also known as the P-Shot®) is named after Priapus, the Greek god of fertility. As men get older, they may not be getting as many erections as in their younger days and they may become less satisfied with their erection quality. Because there are less erections, less blood flow to the area occurs and the tissues and blood vessels in and around the area begin to weaken and degrade. The P-Shot® specifically addresses these problems by repairing and strengthening damaged tissue and blood vessels.
“I think the day will come when these injections are given routinely in the same way we tune-up a car with a little STP to clean the fuel injectors. Instead, we will use PRFM (Platelet Rich Fibrin Matrix) to clean out the circulation of the penis and grow new blood vessels.”— Dr. Charles Runels
The P-Shot® for him is clinically proven to:
The Platelet Rich Plasma helps to improve circulation of blood to the penis by regenerating new vessel growth. Men who have undergone this procedure are able to obtain an erection with decreased or no use of Erectile Dysfunction medications, have noticed an increased penis girth and size of approximately 10-15%, have longer-lasting erections and better orgasms. The effectiveness of the P-Shot® is also dependent on men having optimal testosterone levels.
Our providers are trained and certified in delivering the O-Shot® and P-Shot®.
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- We start by having our medical staff draw your blood to spin it down in a state-of-the-art centrifuge to extract the healing elements and growth factors.
- A numbing cream is applied to the treatment areas for comfort.
- The PRP is then injected into various targeted areas to stimulate tissue regeneration.
- The procedure itself takes approximately 10-15 minutes and is usually pain free.
Results may vary but many patients report a difference in symptoms shortly after receiving the procedure while others may take up to a few weeks.