Erectile Dysfunction: Restore Your Sexual Confidence
At Rockwell Centers, we treat Erectile Dysfunction (ED) at its core, offering cutting-edge solutions to help you regain erectile function and confidence in your intimate moments. Whether you’re a new patient seeking initial consultation, a person needing a second or third opinion or a returning patient needing follow-up care, our comprehensive in-person visit or virtual services allow you to initially connect with our specialists in any manner that fits your schedule.
The Nation’s Premier Expert in Sexual Medicine
Dr. Paul Gittens is a urologist and specialist in the field of sexual medicine, specializing in erectile dysfunction treatment. Based out of our centers in Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley, and New York, Dr. Gittens and his staff are committed to restoring your sexual health privately, giving you multiple treatment options including innovative Regenerative E.D. programs.
A Step Above: The Rockwell Difference
At Rockwell, we listen to you. We understand the frustration and emotional toll that erectile dysfunction can cause. We offer:
- Minimal wait times
- Convenient scheduling
- Cutting-edge treatments
- Expert care
- Personalized treatment plans
Root-Cause Approach to ED Treatment
Dr. Gittens and his staff believe in uncovering the root cause of your ED, crafting a customized treatment plan tailored to your needs. This is the most effective path to a comprehensive, long-term solution. They dedicate time and effort to identify the causes of your ED, sticking with you throughout the treatment process to ensure your performance not only returns, but continues as you age..
Dr. Gittens provides a thorough health history and a targeted exam during your evaluation. As ED can sometimes indicate underlying issues such as diabetes or heart disease, he may also perform non-invasive sensory and vascular testing to assess nerve function and blood flow to your penis. This detailed approach aids in a precise diagnosis.
Tailored Treatment Options for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
At Rockwell, we take a multi-dimensional approach to your ED treatment. Based on your unique situation, we may recommend a treatment plan that includes lifestyle modifications, medication alterations, erectile function medications, and potential hormonal manipulation.
COREWAVE™ Therapy introduces a revolutionary way to handle erectile dysfunction. This patented protocol leverages acoustic waves to stimulate the formation of new blood vessels and enhance nitric oxide production. The result? A more natural and potent erection. It’s worth noting that COREWAVE™ Therapy, being a focused low-intensity shockwave therapy, is exclusively available to urologists. Learn more about COREWAVE™ Therapy.*
Phosphodiesterase inhibitors (PDE5) represent a class of FDA-approved oral medications that treat erectile dysfunction effectively. These are designed to help you achieve and sustain an erection in response to sexual stimulation by improving blood flow to the penis.
Intraurethral Medication (MUSE)
This is a direct method of administering medication into the penile urethra. A specialized applicator system is used for this purpose, allowing for swift absorption into the penis and potential erection within ten minutes. It serves as a quick and practical alternative for managing erectile dysfunction.
Vacuum Erection Device
This is a mechanical method of inducing erections. The device uses negative (vacuum) pressure to cause blood engorgement in the penis, leading to an erection. A band is then placed at the penis base, and the cylinder is removed to facilitate intercourse. It’s an efficient, non-invasive option to consider for managing ED.
Botulinum Toxin Treatment
Botulinum Toxin, while not traditionally associated wih erectile function, has shown promising results in ED treatment. It helps the penis muscles to relax, which in turn accelerates the blood flow during erection, making it more efficient and potentially sustainable. Learn more about this innovative approach.**
P-Shot Treatment Therapies
The P-Shot, or Priapus Shot, is a non-surgical treatment method that can enhance the quality of erections. This therapy uses platelet-rich plasma from your own blood to stimulate tissue growth, increasing blood flow and nerve sensitivity in the penis. Learn more about P-Shot Treatment Therapies.*
A highly individualized treatment option, Intracavernosal Injections involve the direct administration of a customized combination of medications into the penis. Dr. Gittens tailors this treatment to each patient’s unique needs, ensuring a more sustainable erection.
*Please note, COREWAVE™ Therapy, Botulinum Toxin Treatment, and P-Shot Treatment are utilized off-label and are not FDA-approved specifically for erectile dysfunction.
Ready to Restore Your Sexual Health?
Don’t let ED control your life. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Gittens today and take the first step towards restoring your sexual confidence.
The Rockwell Mission
At Rockwell Centers for Sexual Medicine & Wellness, we provide comprehensive and innovative sexual health services. Founded by Dr. Paul Gittens, a renowned urologist and sexual health specialist, we address a broad range of sexual health issues in men and women. Our globally recognized therapies aim to efficiently improve your sexual health and wellness.
Our mission is to set exceptional standards in sexual health, accomplished through customized private-concierge services. Unlike the often-impersonal experiences at general healthcare establishments, we prioritize warm, personalized care. Your comfort, privacy, and prompt health improvement are our utmost concerns at Rockwell.
As a dedicated center for sexual health and wellness, we are leaders in our field. You can expect the most advanced treatments, ensuring outstanding care in each interaction.
ED Client Success Stories
“Living with ED was something I never thought I’d have to face, but Dr. Gittens’ approach has given me hope. His attention to detail and advanced treatments have restored my confidence and improved my relationship with my partner. I can’t thank him enough.” – Matthew B.
“I was quite skeptical about seeing a doctor for my ED. I had previously tried over-the-counter treatments, but nothing worked. Dr. Gittens changed my life. He didn’t just treat the symptoms; he worked to find the underlying causes. I’m now enjoying an aspect of my life that I thought was over.” – Tony D.
“Dr. Gittens and his team are true professionals. They made me feel comfortable discussing my ED issues and provided a comprehensive treatment plan that has significantly improved my quality of life. I highly recommend their services.” – Alex H.
“I was desperate when I came to Dr. Gittens, feeling as though ED was taking away a vital part of my life. But Dr. Gittens was compassionate, understanding, and highly knowledgeable. His approach to treatment was a game changer for me. Thank you, Dr. Gittens!” – Vijay P.
“ED was a dark cloud in my life, affecting my self-esteem and relationship. Dr. Gittens’ expertise and care changed that. His treatment options are advanced and effective, and they have brought the sunshine back into my life.” – Samuel J.
“Dr. Gittens’ patient-centric approach to ED treatment is second to none. His efforts to understand my unique situation and subsequent treatment plans have improved not only my sexual health but also my overall well-being. I can confidently recommend Dr. Gittens to anyone struggling with ED.” – Jackson T.
Learn More About Erectile Dysfunction
Q: What is Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?
A: Erectile Dysfunction (ED), also known as impotence, is a condition where a man has consistent difficulty in achieving or maintaining an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse.
Q: What are the common causes of ED?
A: The causes of ED can be physical, psychological, or a combination of both. Physical causes can include heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, and more. Psychological causes can include stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions.
Q: How prevalent is ED?
A: ED is a common condition that affects millions of men. It is estimated that half of all men between the ages of 40 and 70 will have it to some degree.
Q: Is ED a natural part of aging?
A: While the risk of ED does increase with age, it’s not an inevitable part of aging. Many men enjoy sexual activity well into their senior years. If ED is a persistent problem, it may be a sign of an underlying health condition that needs treatment.
Q: Can ED be cured?
A: Depending on the underlying cause, ED can often be treated effectively. Treatments can include lifestyle changes, medication, devices, and even surgery in some cases.
Q: Is ED only a problem for older men?
A: While ED is more common in older men, it can affect men of all ages. There are many causes of ED and many different treatments available.
Q: Can lifestyle changes improve ED?
A: Yes, certain lifestyle changes can significantly improve ED symptoms. These can include regular physical exercise, a healthy diet, adequate sleep, reducing stress, quitting smoking, and moderating alcohol consumption.
Q: What tests might be conducted to diagnose ED?
A: Dr. Gittens will perform a thorough health history and a targeted exam during your evaluation. There may also be non-invasive sensory and vascular tests conducted to determine if the problem stems from nerve issues or blood flow concerns.
Q: Is medication the only treatment option for ED?
A: No, there are several treatment options available for ED beyond medication. These can include lifestyle modifications, psychological counseling, use of devices like vacuum erection devices, and even surgical interventions in some cases. Novel treatments like COREWAVE™ Therapy, Botulinum Toxin, and the P shot Treatment therapies are also explored based on individual needs.
Q: Are ED treatments safe?
A: Yes, treatments for ED prescribed by qualified medical professionals like Dr. Gittens are typically safe and effective. While all treatments may have potential side effects, these will be discussed with you in detail during your consultation. The safety and efficacy of treatments also greatly depend on individual health conditions and responses.