Winter Park's Leader in ED Treatment
At Premier Men's Medical Center, we specialize in providing men in the Winter Park area with highly effective treatments for erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, testosterone replacement, and human growth hormone deficiency. We approach your sexual health as a part of your overall health. We take the time to understand your lifestyle, your unique medical history, and your sexual health concerns and we'll customize a treatment program that will help you regain the pleasure, enthusiasm, and intimacy of sex - without big name pharmaceuticals.
All of the patients at the center are treated with their individual needs in mind. The staff is always ever-mindful of their unique qualities and goals and always tries, whenever it's possible, to use the most advanced methods while keeping safety at the forefront of everything they do. Each patient receives the attention and time they deserve, because all patients require the care and respect that is expected from health professionals. The offices have state-of-the-art diagnostic tools on site and a dedicated team with a high degree of specialization.
Why Choose Premier Men's Medical Center?
Many men currently struggle daily with erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. Dr. Schreiber & Dr. Bass utilize their extensive experience in the practice of medicine and advanced understanding of the latest breakthroughs in treatment options. Each treatment is based on the unique understanding that treating sexual dysfunction and hormonal deficiencies require a personalized assessment and treatment program for each patient, rather than a one size fits all approach that is often overly simplistic and ineffective.
Winter Park's Most Trusted Choice for Erectile Dysfunction Treatment
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a sexual condition in which a man is unable to receive and/or maintain an erection during intercourse.
If erectile dysfunction problems occur often, it can negatively impact your self-confidence and your intimate relationships. We can help. Erectile dysfunction is a medical problem and requires a medical solution. Our comprehensive approach to ED treatment will help you to determine the most effective options for your individual case.
Once the probable cause of your erectile dysfunction has been isolated, effective treatment options are available. While oral medications such as Viagra may work for many men, they are not necessarily the most effective way to treat ED -- and men with certain medical conditions may not be able to take them. Non-systemic ED treatments may be the answer in these cases.
Each treatment is based on the unique understanding that treating sexual dysfunction and hormonal deficiencies require a personalized assessment and treatment program for each patient, rather than a one size fits all approach that is often overly simplistic and ineffective.
Effective Treatments for Premature Ejaculation
Men with premature ejaculation (PE) experience uncontrolled ejaculation prior to or very shortly after sexual penetration. PE can cause the sexual experience to be unsatisfactory for both partners, and can increase sexual anxiety. This can exacerbate the problem and sometimes contributes to additional issues such as erectile dysfunction.
If premature ejaculation becomes an ongoing issue or is causing stress for you and your partner, it is recommended that you consult with a doctor. When diagnosing premature ejaculation in a patient, the first steps involve a physical exam along with a brief discussion of you and your partners past medical and sexual history. This will help the doctor determine the next steps to take in treating your condition.
After the physical exam, the doctor may order additional testing to be completed. The testing will help rule out the possibility of any underlying or preexisting health issues that could be contributing to the problem. After all the necessary steps are taken and your results have come back, your doctor can then begin effectively treating you for premature ejaculation.
Luckily, premature ejaculation is a remediable condition. There are many treatments available for a wide variety of individuals who are dealing with this condition. Being able to control premature ejaculation can improve your life in many ways, from being more confident to having a more fulfilling intimate relationship.
Fortunately, premature ejaculation is a treatable condition with a wide range of treatments available. Reclaiming your ability to control your ejaculation can help you to become more self-confident and can greatly improve your intimate relationships.
Low Testosterone Therapy in the Winter Park Area
If you have been suffering the symptoms of testosterone deficiency, you may experience significant improvement with testosterone therapy. Many men report increased energy levels and sex drive, improved moods, fat loss, and an increase in muscle mass with exercise. Testosterone may also increase bone density and insulin sensitivity in some men. The degree of change in symptoms -- whether effects are mild or a major change -- varies with each individual.
Symptoms of low testosterone include:
- Diminished sex drive
- Hair loss
- Muscle loss and weakness
- Weight (fat) gain
- Erectile dysfunction
- Lethargy and fatigue
- Irritability or depression
- Poor memory and/or concentration
- Diminished confidence or general well-being
Once your physician rules out other medical conditions, he will measure the amount of testosterone in your blood with a series of simple blood tests. It may require several tests to verify testosterone deficiency, since hormonal levels tend to fluctuate throughout the day. If your physician determines that your symptoms are due to decreased production of testosterone, they will offer a variety of treatment options that provide effective hormone replacement.
Diagnosis & Treatment of Human Growth Hormone Deficiency
As men age, their bodies naturally produce lower levels of Human Growth Hormone (HGH), also known as Somatropin.
Men begin to experience a decline in Human Growth Hormone levels by the time they are in their mid-30s. HGH levels continue to decline throughout our lifetimes, with a substantial decrease by age 40 and a loss of up to 75% of the HGH produced by our bodies by the time we are 60. If you have noticed symptoms such as slack, flabby abdominal muscles, weakness, weight gain not explained by diet, thinning hair, fatigue, lack of interest in sex, and/or longer recovery periods needed following exercise, you may have low HGH or some other type of hormone deficiency.
There is a simple test for Human Growth Hormone deficiency that requires a doctor introducing a small dosage of a drug which stimulates the pituitary gland -- the area of somatropin production within the body. He or she will then monitor the amount of growth hormone released in response to this stimulation. In people with low HGH, the levels of somatropin released will be significantly less.
If your doctor determines that you have low HGH, there are medically tested and proven HGH treatment programs that can prevent and even reverse the symptoms you have been experiencing. The benefits of such HGH replacement therapies include:
- Increased energy levels
- Easier fat loss (with exercise and good nutrition)
- Increased endurance
- Decrease in blood pressure
- Improved immunity
- Increased sex drive
- Improved sexual performance
- Thicker, fuller hair
- Improved mood
- More restful sleep
- More lean muscle mass and increased strength
- Improved concentration and memory
Patient Success Stories
"The doctors at Premier Men's Medical Center really helped me understand how everything works and what I was taking. This gave me the knowledge and confidence to take the steps in starting HGH Therapy. Looking back, I can say this has changed my life in every way possible. I used to think what I was feeling was just part of getting old. I know now that it doesn't have to be. Premier Men's Medical Center helped me regain my youth." Raymond S.
"The doctor was great and very knowledgeable. The staff was nice and their treatment really seems to work well. Highly would recommend the treatment." George Williams