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Frequently Asked Questions

GENERAL

Office visits and physician consultations are free.  Certain diagnoses and treatment options require a test-dose of medication and/or lab workups and bio-marker testing.  The cost for those medications and testing is $99.

We do accept FSA/HSA cards, however, we do not process or accept insurance.  Patients are able to submit billing information independently for potential reimbursement. 

Treatment costs vary depending on your diagnosis and recommended treatment pathway you choose.  Erectile dysfunction treatment costs can be found here.

Simply put, we focus on volume and longevity.  When you purchase a treatment plan, we make a volume commitment to our pharmacy on your behalf. Therefore, the pharmacy produces more medication and you benefit with lower costs per dose.  

Of course! In fact, it’s encouraged.  Making a decision about intimacy should be between the both of you.

Men’s Health Partners is proud to boast success rates that routinely surpass industry standards.  That is why we offer an intimacy guarantee with certain PenPal™ and PulseED™ treatment therapies. All treatment options are transferable between plans to ensure our clients the highest possible satisfaction and success rates.  All of our prescription medication is specifically formulated for the individual and cannot be reused or resold. Therefore, all sales are final as we cannot accept returns on prescription medication. 

ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

ABSOLUTLEY! We know one size doesn’t fit all.  Having multiple options beyond pills is your greatest chance for success.

We’re proud to say, a ton of them. We offer sublingual medications, PenPal™ trimix therapy, PulseED™ shockwave therapy, and Platelet Rich Plasma therapy. No matter how mild or severe; we can fix it. We also offer hormone replacement therapy.  But be careful, resolving low-t does not solve ED. This is a misconception. 

We’ve treated over 30,000 clients, so we know a thing or two about ED.  We have perfected a medication formula administered to the penis that has been utilized for over 30 years for the treatment of ED.  Using PenPal™ we can control erection strength and length of time, and that is why we boast a 97% success rate.

When you swallow a pill, it must go through your entire gastrointestinal tract. This means the stomach (with acid and bile), the intestines (where most absorption takes place) and then off to the liver for some more filtering. And then it’s delivered to where it’s needed. Sublingual medications go directly to the blood stream without losing potency.

PulseED™ is a revolutionary treatment using soundwave (shockwave) technology for men’s sexual dysfunction.  This proprietary treatment offers a painless, completely non-invasive approach to resolving issues such as erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s Disease.

Great question…it doesn’t.  In fact, almost all soundwave devices like Gainswave or Swisswave are similar.  But after 12,000 sessions, we use specific protocols, combined with added therapies that no one can match. That is why we offer an intimacy guarantee when purchasing select treatment plans. 

PRP (or the P-Shot) for erectile dysfunction, are cells in your blood designed to promote healing and tissue generation. We have been offering PRP for years for the treatment of ED.  According to an internal survey of over 5,000 patients, PRP has shown to be effective. It’s also an alternative treatment option for: Peyronie's disease, penis enlargement, and sexual performance.

Hormone Replacement Therapy (Low-T)

To determine a diagnosis of hypogonadism, your provider will first confirm your symptoms through an ADAM’s score called Androgen Deficiency Assessment Model, (take a free ADAM assessment here link).  Once completed you will then need to provide a simple blood test for evaluation. If your total or free testosterone is below the normal range, you may be diagnosed as having low T.

Low testosterone treatment is the practice of diagnosing hypogonadism (low T) through a combination of symptoms and testosterone blood values below the lower limit of normal and treating with testosterone injections, gels, patches, surgically implanted pellets, or oral applications.

Benefits of TRT vary based upon the pre-therapy symptoms and other factors, but they can include, increased energy, decreased depression, improved muscle mass and strength, improved sexual desire, higher motivation, improved brain function, decreased body fat, and possible improvement in erectile function.

Some patients could experience one or more of the following side effects, increase in red blood cells, enlarged prostate, skin reactions, infertility, sleep apnea, fluid retention. 

On your initial visit we will conduct a $99 health assessment. This evaluation includes blood work and helps us understand your medical history, any symptoms you are experiencing, and how you are feeling.

The $99 office visit includes a consultation with a medical provider as well as data gathering.  We will capture all your medical history, any symptoms you are experiencing; and an overall look at how you are feeling, which will result in your total hormone assessment.



Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

There is little debate today as to the benefits of PRP.  While it is not a fix-it-all type of treatment, a study conducted in October of 2020 in the Journal of International Medical Research found that “injection of PRP is an effective treatment for osteoarthritis” and went on to show a reduction in post-operative pain, improved function and an increase in patient satisfaction.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33111611/

In a study conducted in 2017 in the American Medical Journal of Arthroscopy medical scientists indicated that PRP injections in the knee were more effective in terms of pain, and self reported function at 3,6, and 12 month follow up compared to other treatments like hyaluronic acid and corticosteroids.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28012636/

There are a milieu of references suggesting the evidence with PRP is not enough and oftentimes does not work. These studies often address a main issue in PRP treatments, the variation of treatment modalities from one physician to another.  In other words, not all physicians treat the same way. Additional research suggests that PRP ineffectiveness is generally due to the administration protocol and poor patient selection.

When we are told that PRP didn’t work it usually comes down to a treatment of a single shot and very little, if any follow up care. If treatment protocols aren’t followed, effectiveness will wear off over time. PRP treatments should involve a protocol that incorporates multi-factorial considerations, including multiple treatments and compression care.

The short answer; sometimes yes, sometimes no. Single shot treatments tend to be a temporary fix. When they do work, there will be an obvious reduction in inflammation, hence a reduction in pain.  However, if the underlying tissue has not had sufficient care, the area will re-inflame causing a reemergence of pain and discomfort.  Patient age can usually be a factor on the number of treatments required to heal.

Absolutely. There should be little debate today.  PRP Therapy works better as a multi-injection, multi-treatments.  In October of 2021 a paper was published in the journal Archives of Orthopedic and Trauma Surgery which proved the efficacy of multiple PRP injections compared to a single dose therapy. 

In this study scientists concluded that in comparison to placebo, PRP was shown to be effective in the treatment of osteoarthritis, and that multiple doses increase the duration and efficacy.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34705072/

As with any injection, there is always a small risk of infection or risk of bleeding. Injuries to tendons or ligaments can occur, but are unlikely. Many patients will experience some discomfort for a period following the treatment.

Absolutely. In fact, the results have been significant.  Using PRP therapy in combination with a treatment protocol, PRP has shown to benefit 97% of our patients. 

Most practices today charge anywhere from $1000-$4000 per PRP injection.  This is due to each PRP draw involves using additional supplies and physician time for each treatment.  At Men’s Health Partners, our PRP is concentrated to provide an effective dose every single time requiring less treatments.  Our fee of $2,500 includes multiple injections, compression therapy, and all follow up care.

Additionally, if multiple treatment areas are requested (for example knee and elbow), we can treat simultaneously at the time of draw for a fraction of the of the entire treatment due to less supplies and time needed.

Despite the plethora of data, most insurance carriers deem PRP as investigational.  While the science behind PRP is still developing, there are plenty of studies indicating it’s safety and efficacy.