The aging process is not fun. I turned 41 this year, and I’ll admit that I ignored turning 40 last year. But just ignoring your birthday or your age, doesn’t keep you young. There are things you can do to keep feeling young, even as you blow out more candles each year. That’s the world of regenerative medicine.
At the Phoenix Men’s Health Center, we’re really putting a lot of effort in the world of anti-aging medicine. As we get older, we can feel the effects on our physical bodies. Most people notice a difference in their energy level, in their joints, as well as their sexual function. Nobody likes feeling tired and older. No one likes it when their joints start to hurt, and when their sexual function starts to decline. At the Phoenix Men’s Health Center, we understand. We want to make all of these things better. That’s where the power of regenerative medicine begins.
Increase your Energy
We have therapies that help you keep your energy level high, so you can still do the activities that you love. As we age, our bodies run less efficiently and feel more tired. Inside your cells, you have mitochondria that work like little engines burning oxygen and blood sugar to create energy. Mitochondria is your millions of engines in your body. 1 Giving these intercellular engines a tuneup with our mitochondrial health stimulation helps them to work more efficiently and create more energy. Hormone therapy, nutrient IVs, and mitochondrial therapy are all additional treatment options we have and they can boost your energy and help you feel years younger.
Natural Joint Repair
Most people think getting older means stiff joints and aching knees or shoulders. As our joints start to hurt, we often fear surgery is our only option. Nobody wants surgery. With regenerative treatments like PRP, prolotherapy, Prolozone, amniotic fluid, and joint shoulder stimulation available at Phoenix Men’s Health Center, we can stimulate your body to heal itself.
Researchers analyzed over 14 clinical trials and found that platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP) contributed a significant improvement to osteoarthritis of the knee.2 They also found PRP therapy was more effective in pain relief than other types of injection therapy.
These regenerative therapies work with your body’s built-in healing processes to heal tissues, regenerate bone, and promote collagen growth. We use these natural therapies that are noninvasive to get you in and out of the office on the same day and get great results.
Improve Sexual Function
And of course, there’s sexual function. As we get older, a man’s sexual function tends to decline. When that starts to decline, it affects how we feel, our mood, and it affects our relationships. And it’s not something you have to struggle with. Every man knows there are pills available for erectile dysfunction, but what if we can help you restore your sexual function naturally? Wouldn’t that be the best way to go about it? We’ve helped many men restore and improve their sexual function with our anti-aging therapies.
The same platelet-rich plasma therapy that can jumpstart joint repair was used to develop the Priapus shot, also known as the P-shot. The P-shot uses your own blood to help restore nerve function 3, reduce scar tissue, and improve sexual function4. This in-office procedure can increase circulation, sensation, and pleasure. It can also help other ED therapies work even better.
Aging doesn’t have to mean giving up the activities you love or living life in the slow lane. We are here to help improve your energy, help get rid of that joint pain, help your joints restore themselves naturally, and bring back your sexual function. Wouldn’t that be great? That’s exactly what we want to do. We’re here to help your body heal itself and keep you young, so the next chapter of your life is vibrant, healthy, and feeling good.
- Filler, K., Lyon, D., Bennett, J., McCain, N., Elswick, R., Lukkahatai, N., & Saligan, L. N. (2014). Association of Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Fatigue: A Review of the Literature. BBA clinical, 1, 12–23. doi:10.1016/j.bbacli.2014.04.001
- Le, A., Enweze, L., DeBaun, M. R., & Dragoo, J. L. (2018). Current Clinical Recommendations for Use of Platelet-Rich Plasma. Current reviews in musculoskeletal medicine, 11(4), 624–634. doi:10.1007/s12178-018-9527-7
- Lichtenfels, Martina, et al. “Effect of Platelet Rich Plasma and Platelet Rich Fibrin on Sciatic Nerve Regeneration in a Rat Model.” Microsurgery, vol. 33, no. 5, 2013, pp. 383–390., doi:10.1002/micr.22105.
- Wu, Yi-No, et al. “Optimization of Platelet-Rich Plasma and Its Effects on the Recovery of Erectile Function after Bilateral Cavernous Nerve Injury in a Rat Model.” Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, vol. 10, no. 10, 2013, doi:10.1002/term.1806.