Peyronies is a disorder of the connective tissue of the penis. It affects at least 5% of the male population, is disfiguring and can be painful or desensitizing in some cases.
I am writing about it in my blog as it pertains to aesthetics and lifestyle changes as well as overall health and wellbeing.
I have had male patients walk into my chicago area office complaining of many things they want to address, but one of the more difficult things for them to speak about are issues regarding sexuality and their genitalia.
It has been common for men to come in for lipodissolve for fatty breast tissue or love handles. And it has been common for men to come in complaining of low libido but only recently have I been seeing more and more men with a diagnosis of Peyronies.
As it turns out, the reflex-biofeedback that I have mastered is incredible for tackling this horrible disorder. Not only does it address pain or de-sensitivity, it appears to address the abnormal connective tissue problem immediately.
The reflex biofeedback I’m speaking about is Russian in origin and has been around for over 25 years. It is FDA approved as a prescription device for pain management. However, it is commonly used “off-label” for all kinds of problems and has research backing much of the “off-label” use.
I would not have known it was useful for Peyronies if one of my patients hadn’t suggested trying it on him after I successfully treated a shoulder and hip injury of his.
To our amazement, he had a 90% improvement after only one treatment. The rest is history.
Most patients would be happy with just the aesthetic component of this disorder improved, however, having function and size improved is an added bonus that can not be overlooked.
The traditional “treatments” for Peyronies are painful and in almost all cases, a waste of time.
Information regarding SCENAR or INTERX can be found on my medical website at http://www.disease-reversal.com the link to SCENAR is in the top left corner of the home page.
I am in the process of setting up research with reflex-biofeedback in a neurobiology lab in Boston with returning veterans and different disabilities. I look forward to sharing the research with my readers.