Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. ED, or "impotence", is a common problem for men of all ages.
of men ages 40 - 70 have some degree of erectile dysfunction
1 in 10 men cannot get an erection at all (complete ED).
Rather than simply treat the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, Progressive Men’s Health offers an effective solution, based on regenerative medicine. Using shockwave therapy, we can restore normal penile function.Learn More
Shockwaves (targeted sound waves) are used to stimulate the body's natural healing response and increase blood flow to the penis. This regenerative technique enables spontaneous sexual activity.Read More
The cost of ED treatment depends on the individual. Your doctor will review specifics during your consultation. Compared to pills and other alternatives, treatment is affordable - with no ongoing cost.Read More
Dr. Goldfarb is a highly sought after surgeon who lectures and trains physicians both nationally and internationally on numerous cosmetic, surgical and aesthetic laser topics.Read More
Dr. Sinaiko is a board certified urologist and a Fellow of the American College of surgeons. He is widely considered as one of the leaders in urology in the Philadelphia area.Read More
Did you know that physical factors account for 90% of erectile dysfunction cases? Most men experience occasional difficulties in maintaining or achieving an erection. However, erectile dysfunction arises when these…Read More
Did you know that men with diabetes are 3.5 more likely to experience erectile dysfunction than men without diabetes? You may have noticed many studies linking diabetes and erectile dysfunction;…Read More
Up to 30 million American are affected by erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction, also referred to as impotence, is defined as the persistent inability to achieve and maintain a penial erection to engage in satisfactory sexual intercourse. While men…Read More
High blood pressure is one of the most common medical conditions among adults. If left untreated, high blood pressure can increase your risk of stroke, heart attack, and cardiovascular disease. Recent…Read More