Shockwave Treatment: Don’t Believe the Hype

Dr. Paul Peritoerectile dysfunction, girth enhancement, Meet the Penis, penile implant, Peyronie's Disease

Shockwave

“If something is 95% effective in curing or reversing ED and Peyronie’s and has been available for 20 years, why isn’t the world following this platform?” Shockwave therapy has been generating a great deal of buzz (no pun intended) as a new and promising treatment for erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s Disease, and girth enhancement. While there’s always a certain level of … Read More

Dr. Perito Kicks Off SMSNA / ISSM with Panel on Peyronie’s Disease

Dr. Paul Peritoeducation, IPP Technique, penile implant, Peyronie's Disease

SMSNA

Dr. Paul Perito was joined by Georgios Hatzichristodoulou to speak at a panel of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA) and the International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM) titled “Panel on Tips and Tricks for IPP in Peyronies: Tough Cases I Have Managed.” “I would first like to thank the SMSNA and ISSM for inviting academicians, private practice … Read More

Are There Natural Treatments For Peyronie’s Disease?

Dr. Paul PeritoPeyronie's Disease

Peyronie's Disease

One of the most common searches online for Peyronie’s Disease is how to treat it using home or natural remedies. While apprehension about seeking medical attention for a potentially embarrassing medical issue is understandable, the nature of Peyronie’s makes it urgent to see a physician or urologist rather than using home/”natural” remedies. Here’s why. What is Peyronie’s Disease? Peyronie’s Disease … Read More

What Keeps Men From Seeking Medical Treatment for ED?

Dr. Paul Peritoerectile dysfunction, health, penile implant, Peyronie's Disease

medical

As a urological surgeon, the main challenge I see for patients probably isn’t what you’d think it would be. It’s not a diagnosis of erectile dysfunction or Peyronie’s disease (they can be treated), it’s not the risk of complications from surgery (less than 1%), and it’s not the recovery process (3-6 weeks). It’s actually coming in and making an appointment. … Read More