Here at the Guyer Institute, we are interested in helping maintain optimal sexual health for both men and women. If you are unable to achieve and/or maintain a satisfactory erection or your penis is a less than desirable size, you know the impact it can have on your sex life and intimate relationships.
Creating optimal penis health and size has a number of components to consider. One must have adequate desire and sexual energy (often testosterone related), intact nerve supply and optimal blood flow. Penis size is usually a genetic matter and many men feel they would like to achieve more length and girth. Fortunately, there are medications on the market now that cause vasodilation (open the blood vessels for more flow) which are often a help – but these pills don’t always work and can be costly to take on a continuous basis. The pills can do a great job of increasing the blood flow to the penis, but whatever caused the decrease blood flow continues when the pill wears off. Also, the side effects of these pills can be serious: stroke, heart attack, and headache. Unlike with the P-Shot® that doesn’t have those side effects due to using your body’s own growth and healing factors.
Fortunately, the revolutionary introduction of PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Therapy for penis rejuvenation can help men with enhancement of erection, sensitivity and penis size. This simple, relatively painless office based procedure called the Priapus Shot® was pioneered by Dr. Charles Runels. It incorporates the harvesting and injection of one’s own plasma enriched growth factors or PRP into specific areas of the penis.
It is important to know that that not everyone will necessarily achieve the same results or satisfaction; however, for many the result is an increase in the length, girth and sensitivity of the penis and the treatment results for those men are impressive. Also, results are not always instantaneous. It may take several weeks to achieve the full effects and there are a couple things one must do daily to increase the rate of success. All of which will be discussed during your private consultation.
Priapus Shot® Frequently Asked Questions
How much downtime in there after the procedure?
Most men return to normal activities the same day, including (some) exercise and normal sexual activity.
Is it painful?
We use a topical anesthetic that almost completely eliminates the pain of the injections. Following the procedure, most men do not experience any pain, but those who do, generally mild and can easily treat it with Ibuprofen or Tylenol.
What can I expect for results?
It is important to know that not everyone will have the same results. In fact it is possible that there will be no improvement. However, the average increase in size has been 1/2 – 3/4 of an inch in length and proportionate increases in girth. Additionally, for many men there is an increase in sensitivity and quality of ejaculation.
Is there anything special that I need to do following the procedure?
Yes, a metered vacuum devise also known as a penis pump is used immediately after the procedure, and then for 10 minutes daily for 30-60 days for maximum results.
When will I see results?
It will take 6-8 weeks to achieve maximum results.
Home often can treatment be done?
While there is no specific repeat treatment protocol, some men who have experienced positive results have returned for additional treatments in 8-12 months.
Our injector has undergone special training for this treatment, and has also been specifically trained on The Priapus Shot (P-Shot®), The Vampire FaceLift® and non-surgical PRP Breast Lift.
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The P-Shot® is a medically proven, safe and effective cure for erectile dysfunction. The P-Shot® also provides real male enhancement. The P-Shot® procedure, also known as the Priapus Shot, will help you increase your penis size, improve your sexual performance and your overall sexual wellness — all without the use of any drugs or surgery!
How does the P-Shot® do all of this?
The answer is the medically proven technique of Platelet Rich Plasma PRP) therapy.
PRP involves separating the healing or “growth factors” in your blood from the blood cells, and then re-injecting that super-charged plasma back into your body specific areas.
The P-Shot® can provide almost immediate results, but may take up to several weeks to reach maximum benefit. The PRP in the P-Shot®, improves blood flow to the penis. The increased circulation restores your ability to achieve an erection, increase sensation, and creates a longer lasting erection.
But, the P-Shot® does so much more. PRP therapy is a kind of stem cell therapy. It not only improves blood flow, the P-Shot® stimulates the growth of new cells in erectile tissues. That means that the P-Shot® not only treats erectile dysfunction, the P-Shot® actually may in some instances increase your penis size.
- The P-Shot® gives you longer, harder, more sustainable erections.
- The P-Shot® increases your sexual stamina
- The injection reduces the “down time,” or the time between erections
- It may also increase penis size & sensitivity
As in all PRP procedures the P-Shot® starts with drawing a few vials of blood, about the same amount as in any simple blood test. The plasma containing the PRP is separated from the red and white blood cells using a centrifuge. will mix this with other all natural fillers and proprietary ingredients to create the P-Shot®. The P-Shot® is then administered in a series of minimal to pain-free injections with the help of applying topical anesthetic prior to the procedure.
The platelets and growth factors in the P-Shot® injections may start to work almost immediately. Soon after getting the P-Shot® men have noticed stronger, harder, and larger erections, as well as some instances of increase in length and girth of the penis.
To get similar results to the P-Shot®, you would have to have painful and extensive surgery. Yet, the P-Shot® is delivered in a single, quick, no down time procedure right in the office.
There is little or no down time with the P-Shot®, and men usually return to their normal activities following the procedure, but some could have a lot more than “normal” activities the next night!
- The P-Shot® procedure is accomplished in less than 15 minutes
- Is delivered with no pain or discomfort
- Is drug, chemical, and surgery free
- The P-Shot® Requires little or no down time
- Can be effective for up to one or more years, individual results may vary
Additional Information about PRP and the Science behind it:
(Sited from the website AAOS http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=A00648)
“During the past several years, much has been written about a preparation called platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and its potential effectiveness in the treatment of injuries.
Many famous athletes — Tiger Woods, tennis star Rafael Nadal, and several others — have received PRP for various problems, such as sprained knees and chronic tendon injuries. These types of conditions have typically been treated with medications, physical therapy, or even surgery. Some athletes have credited PRP with their being able to return more quickly to competition.
Even though PRP has received extensive publicity, there are still lingering questions about it, such as:
- What exactly is platelet-rich plasma?
- How does it work?
- What conditions are being treated with PRP?
- Is PRP treatment effective?
What Is Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP)?
Although blood is mainly a liquid (called plasma), it also contains small solid components (red cells, white cells, and platelets.) The platelets are best known for their importance in clotting blood. However, platelets also contain hundreds of proteins called growth factors which are very important in the healing of injuries.
PRP is plasma with many more platelets than what is typically found in blood. The concentration of platelets — and, thereby, the concentration of growth factors — can be 5 to 10 times greater (or richer) than usual.
To develop a PRP preparation, blood must first be drawn from a patient. The platelets are separated from other blood cells and their concentration is increased during a process called centrifugation. Then the increased concentration of platelets is combined with the remaining blood.
How Does PRP Work?
Although it is not exactly clear how PRP works, laboratory studies have shown that the increased concentration of growth factors in PRP can potentially speed up the healing process.
To speed healing, the injury site is treated with the PRP preparation. This can be done in one of two ways:
- PRP can be carefully injected into the injured area. For example, in Achilles tendonitis, a condition commonly seen in runners and tennis players, the heel cord can become swollen, inflamed, and painful. A mixture of PRP and local anesthetic can be injected directly into this inflamed tissue. Afterwards, the pain at the area of injection may actually increase for the first week or two, and it may be several weeks before the patient feels a beneficial effect.
- PRP may also be used to improve healing after surgery for some injuries. For example, an athlete with a completely torn heel cord may require surgery to repair the tendon. Healing of the torn tendon can possibly be improved by treating the injured area with PRP during surgery. This is done by preparing the PRP in a special way that allows it to actually be stitched into torn tissues.
What Conditions are Treated with PRP? Is It Effective?
Research studies are currently being conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of PRP treatment. At this time, the results of these studies are inconclusive because the effectiveness of PRP therapy can vary. Factors that can influence the effectiveness of PRP treatment include:
- The area of the body being treated
- The overall health of the patient
- Whether the injury is acute (such as from a fall) or chronic (an injury developing over time)
Chronic Tendon Injuries
According to the research studies currently reported, PRP is most effective in the treatment of chronic tendon injuries, especially tennis elbow, a very common injury of the tendons on the outside of the elbow.
The use of PRP for other chronic tendon injuries — such as chronic Achilles tendonitis or inflammation of the patellar tendon at the knee (jumper’s knee) is promising. However, it is difficult to say at this time that PRP therapy is any more effective than traditional treatment of these problems.
Acute Ligament and Muscle Injuries
Much of the publicity PRP therapy has received has been about the treatment of acute sports injuries, such as ligament and muscle injuries. PRP has been used to treat professional athletes with common sports injuries like pulled hamstring muscles in the thigh and knee sprains. There is no definitive scientific evidence, however, that PRP therapy actually improves the healing process in these types of injuries.
Some initial research is being done to evaluate the effectiveness of PRP in the treatment of the arthritic knee. It is still too soon to determine if this form of treatment will be any more effective than current treatment methods.
Treatment with PRP could hold promise, however, current research studies to back up the claims in the media are lacking. Although PRP does appear to be effective in the treatment of chronic tendon injuries about the elbow, the medical community needs more scientific evidence before it can determine whether PRP therapy is truly effective in other conditions.
Even though the success of PRP therapy is still questionable, the risks associated with it are minimal: There may be increased pain at the injection site, but the incidence of other problems — infection, tissue damage, nerve injuries — appears to be no different from that associated with cortisone injections.