Winds of change appear to be stirring up a medical industry tornado in the U.S.
The Rochester Drug Cooperative has just become the first pharmaceutical company to be criminally charged with drug trafficking by the Federal government. A conspiracy and fraud lawsuit has paralyzed the Sackler family, which intentionally helped fuel the opioid crisis that has killed over 200,000 Americans. The Insys Therapeutics chairman who bribed doctors and mislead insurers to profit from addictive fentanyl has been convicted. And pharma fraudster Martin Shkreli is still behind bars.
These med-peddlers should never have been allowed to push dangerous, unregulated drugs into your medicine cabinet – and they shouldn’t be allowed in your bedroom either.
For decades, pharma reps have been “encouraging” doctors to prescribe side-effect ridden drugs for erectile dysfunction (ED) and Peyronie’s – and not in the most legal or ethical ways.
Novus Center CEO Stephanie Wolff used to work with some of those doctors. But most of the hospital healthcare providers she worked with were not on the take – they simply weren’t aware of their erectile dysfunction treatment options, because they lacked education about alternative solutions.
That’s why Stephanie left mainstream medicine, founded the Novus Center, and dedicated herself to holistic, non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical, clinically validated treatments.
Like shockwave therapy for ED and Peyronie’s disease.
Her team of sexual health specialists understands how painfully these common conditions disrupt your life – your health, your fun, and your relationships.
Don’t let doctor education deficits cut short your sex life. Reclaim your sexual health by embracing the FDA approved shockwave therapy device that’s already helped thousands of men. To find out whether you’re a good candidate for this safe, outpatient procedure call (310) 954-1450 or contact us here to schedule your appointment today.
The top three pharmaceutical drugs prescribed for ED are Viagra, Stendra, and Cialis. Rarely, they’ve been known to cause priapism – a painful, long-lasting erection. Other potential side effects of long term use include:
The only FDA-approved medication for Peyronie's disease is collagenase clostridium histolyticum (Xiaflex). Long term use can potentially damage the erectile tissues inside a man's penis, potentially requiring corrective surgery. Other potential side effects include:
That’s a lot to consider. How does it compare with shockwave therapy? When low intensity sound waves (acoustic waves) are delivered into your penis, they gently and gradually begin to:
All these naturally regenerative effects add up to: powerful erections, increased sensitivity, and maximized sexual performance. Completely drug, anesthesia, and side effect free, shockwave therapy doesn’t just mask symptoms – it addresses the root causes of ED and Peyronie’s. It’s our #1 choice because it’s:
He or she is not necessarily a conscious participant in a medical conspiracy. Most mainstream doctors do not use shockwave therapy for ED and Peyronie’s because: they aren’t trained to diagnose patients (shockwave therapy candidates properly); they are trained to prescribe symptom-masking medication to treat these conditions; and, they’re being pressured by Pharma reps to prescribe them liberally and indiscriminately.
Imagine what would happen to Big Pharma bonuses if all American men who suffer with ED or Peyronie’s discovered the hundreds of clinical trials showing shockwave therapy works.
Are you willing to do a little research to safeguard your sexuality? We’re guessing yes. Regenerate your sexual power. Revive your relationships. Call the sexual health specialists at Novus Center to book and appointment at (310) 954-1450 or contact us here.