The Priapus Shot® (P-Shot)
Don’t just let anyone inject your penis. Dr. Gittens is a certified provider of the P-Shot® and one of the few in the country that is a urologist with special training in all aspects of erectile dysfunction.
At Centers for Sexual Medicine in New York and Philadelphia, we are leading centers in advanced regenerative therapy for erectile dysfunction using platelet rich plasma, low intensity shock wave, cellular therapy and traditional treatments.
What is the P-Shot® (Priapus Shot)?
The P-Shot® also known as the Priapus Shot is used for men that have erectile dysfunction and poor erectile health. The Priapus Shot is a trademarked name that describes the use of Platelet Rich Plasma administered to the penis.
What results will I see from the P-Shot®?
The P-Shot® helps the penis to regenerate and heal and can lead to improved firmness, sensation and quality of the erection. It does this by stimulating a man’s own growth factors in his blood to recruit his body’s stem cells to the penis causing regeneration of tissue and blood vessels.
The P-Shot® PLUS Options
To enhance the effects of the PShot® . We will combine it with COREWAVE ™ Therapy (low intensity wave therapy). This can lead to a step further in the effectiveness of the PShot®. Also ask about how the PShot® can be added to exosomes for an added bonus.
What is Platelet Rich Plasma?
Blood is composed of many components: red cells, white cells and platelets. Platelets contain proteins called growth factors which stimulate healing by recruiting stem cells and other agents to a particular area of the body. When platelets are concentrated in this manner it’s referred to as platelet rich plasma, or PRP.
What else do I need to know about the P-Shot® and PRP?
The P-Shot® treatment is non-allergenic, meaning you won’t have to worry about side effects — headache, rapid heartbeat, and erection lasting more than 4 hours — that can afflict some men who take other erectile-dysfunction medications.
Every man’s experience is likely to vary depending on the severity of their erectile function. PRP is not FDA approved for erectile dysfunction.