What is PRP Therapy?
PRP Therapy involves activating a component of blood called a platelet so that it releases healing growth factors. Around 30 mL of the patients blood is removed and put in a centrifuge where the blood is seperated into its components. The Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is then injected into the subject area and healing happens, releasing three to five times the growth factors compared to normal human blood. Procedure times can be easy and fast. A platelet injection for tendonitis takes less than 15 minutes. The majority of patients will require 1-3 sets of PRP injection therapy with each set spaced 4-6 weeks apart. Since PRP is obtained from the patient’s own blood, the risk of reaction is low. As with any injection, there is a small risk of injury to any structures in the area, as well as a very small risk of infection.
The Priapus Shot, or P-Shot, harnesses the power of platelet-rich plasma, resulting in the following benefits:
- INCREASES SENSATION AND PLEASURE
- INCREASES ABILITY TO MAINTAIN ERECTIONS, OR STAMINA
- INCREASES THE QUALITY, AND POTENTIALLY THE SIZE, OF ERECTIONS
- IMPROVES STRENGTH AND INTENSITY OF ORGASMS
- CAN POTENTIALLY ENHANCE THE EFFICACY OF OTHER THERAPIES LIKE VIAGRA OR CIALIS
- TREATS PEYRONIE’S DISEASE (CURVED PENIS)
Clinically proven and non-surgical, the P-Shot has been used for nearly a decade, resulting in enhanced sexual performance for thousands of patients worldwide.
HOW THE P-SHOT WORKS
Platelet Rich Plasma therapy (PRP) was originally a regenerative treatment popular for treating athletes with sports injuries – addressing ligamentitis, tendon issues, and degenerative joint issues. Taking into consideration its immense regenerative capabilities, PRP was then adopted to help men and women with various sexual function challenges.
The PRP treatment used specifically for men’s erectile dysfunction – or the P-Shot – involves separating out the growth factors in your own blood, and then re-injecting your super-charged plasma back into your body. The PRP mobilizes local stem cells and growth factors, which accelerate collagen formation, tissue regeneration and the formation of new vascular networks. This results in increased blood flow to the penis and stronger, more reliable, and more frequent erections. More information about PRP is available here.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The P-Shot is a simple, in-office procedure that takes approximately 30-45 minutes. A blood sample will be taken from your arm and placed in a special centrifuge to separate out your plasma, which is then carefully drawn into a syringe. A numbing cream is applied to the treatment area and a local anesthetic is also provided for ultimate comfort. The injections are given with a small needle and then you’re done!
Pain is rarely reported, there is little or no downtime following the procedure and there are little or no known side effects. Dr. Kass learned the procedure from the inventor of the P-Shot and is one of the few practitioners thoroughly trained and certified in the specialized PRP protocols.