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Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy - Rejuvenation Utilizing Your Body's Own Blood

What is PRP?

PRP, also know as Platelet Rich Plasma, was designed to help men suffering from erectile dysfunction by improving their sexual performance. This is commonly administered to patients who have lost function due to factors like prostate cancer, enlarged prostate, the after-effects of surgery, diabetes, drug side effects, and other conditions.

The procedure is done in three quick steps:

  1. A medical professional draws blood from the patient.
  2. Using a special technique, growth factors are extracted from the blood and concentrated into the PRP.
  3. Specific areas of the penis that are significant to sexual response are numbed with local anesthesia and then injected with the PRP.

Signs and Symptoms Of Erectile Dysfunction

There are 3 primary signs and symptoms namely:

Trouble achieving an erection
This symptom is linked to common situations such as rise in stress levels or excessive drinking and smoking. It may also be associated with other health problems. An injury to nerves, loss of blood supply to the penis, surgery or side effects of certain medications may also cause trouble achieving an erection.

Difficulty in maintaining an erection
Possible causes of Erectile Dysfunction are both physical and psychological. Physical speaking, it can be due to Erectile Dysfunction, too much or lack of exercise, and excessive use of alcohol and drugs. Psychologically speaking, associated issues can be due to depression, stress, or simply a dispute between you and your lover.

Reduced or lack of sexual desire
The health issues related to having difficulty maintaining an erection are the same as when you're having trouble achieving one in the first place. Although it is fairly common and most, if not all, adult men have experienced this every now and then, you should consult your doctor is this happens more than 25% of the time.

Who Suffers From Erectile Dysfunction?

The general public believes erectile dysfunction affects only older men; however, a recent study reveals many young men may also have ED. The study, published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, shows one in four men at an outpatient clinic seeking a solution for erectile dysfunction was actually under the age of 40. Also of those men under age 40, 48.8 percent of them had a severe case of the sexual condition, compared with 40 percent of men older than age 40.

As mentioned earlier, E.D. generally affects older men. However, it is still possible for younger men to experience this. There are many factors that can contribute to E.D. such as hormones, nerves, the brain, cardiovascular system and even emotions. Although not a dangerous condition in itself, sexual health experts generally advise men who suffer from E.D. to consult a medical professional.

Tennessee Men's Health Clinic

The Tennessee Men's Health Clinic in Knoxville was established with the vision to provide utmost discretion, relaxation and treatment that man and their partners should be given.



A top reason as to why easily-treated sexual health problem such as Erectile Dysfunction persists here in Knoxville – and other parts of the world – is because men generally don't seek treatment. Although it is perfectly understandable to feel uncomfortable with it, we want our patients to realize it is nothing to be embarrassed about and we are here to provide a solution to your problems while taking your privacy very seriously.



Every member of our medical team is committed to provide solutions for every man to reach their optimal sexual health. It is nothing out of the ordinary when a sexually active man needs a little help at one point in their life. We are here to make that experience as easy and effective as possible.



We also make sure we provide a relaxing and comfortable environment for our clients. The more relaxed you are the better it is for you to receive the benefits of our treatment.

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Tennessee Men's Health Clinic

1328 Papermill Pointe Way
Knoxville, TN 37909


Phone: 865-512-6343