NAPLES, Florida, Nov 14, 2018 /MedicalMasters.org/ —MedicalMasters.org has announced a new functional regenerative treatment therapy for men suffering from Erectile Dysfunction (ED), erectogenic disorders, and Peyronie’s Disease, called the P-Shot® (or Priapus Shot ®) in Naples, Bonita Springs & Estero – all without surgery.
The P-Shot® not only boosts sexual performance but also offers a cellular approach to male penis enhancement, utilizing a patient’s own blood or Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) to spark tissue regeneration and new extracellular matrixes which add to girth while also elongating the penis.
“The patented and proprietary P-Shot® offers men a gentle non-surgical procedure for overcoming ED and achieving a better, healthier sex life with their partners,” said Dr. Steve Coleman, D.O., Founder of MedicalMasters.org, a clinic with a local presence in Naples, Estero, Fort Myers and Bonita Springs, Fl.
The functional and anatomical benefits of PRP modalities are numerous and significant. The 10 minute Level 1 office procedure extracts just 8 ml of your own blood to recover 80% of powerful platelets and proteins that are concentrated using a centrifugal system, and re-injected safely and gently back into the penis. Four key objectives are met with the procedure.
- Increased Size & Girth
- Enhanced Sexual Performance
- Regulating Painful Curvatures in the Penis
- Eliminating stress or urge urinary incontinence in men
Dr. Coleman is a strong proponent and advocate of using PRP and Stem Cells for Orthopedic problems, which are now extending into several other branches of regenerative medicine. A multitude of published studies confirm its potency in helping both men and women pursue a non-pharmacologic approach to sexual health, vitality and performance.
Harvesting the patient’s own and using a special centrifugal machine to separate out white and red blood cells, results in a purified blood plasma full of rich, powerful growth factors, cytokines, and interleukins which spark a regenerative process inside the penis and surrounding tissue.
The procedures take around 10 minutes and has zero risk for the patient since it uses the patient’s own blood. By rejuvenating and revitalizing the penis at a cellular level, the P-Shot® represents the next generation of non-invasive procedures for men who wish to overcome sexual performance issues or simply wish to correct the painful and embarrassing effects of Peyronie’s Disease which creates an unnatural curve or bend in the penis.
The thickening and lengthening effects of the PRP-based penile procedure is a welcome side effect for many men.
“Viagra® and Cialis® type medications are not appropriate for all men. Women who suffer from vaginal dryness suffer terribly and have few options. Urinary incontinence is an incredible burden to the proud women who suffer with it” said Dr. Coleman.
The quick, relatively painless procedure involves only a minor degree of discomfort and occasional redness, which usually resolves itself by the next day. This is the new intersection of science and physician skill which offers a marvelous opportunity for male patients to regain self-confidence during sexual activities while also pursuing several functional and regenerative benefits.
About Dr. Steve Coleman, D.O
*Dr. Steven Coleman D.O. is a distinguished graduate of the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, the world wide original Osteopathic Medical College, founded in 1892 by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still M.D. in the United States of America. KCOM is located in Kirksville Missouri, USA 63501.
He holds an original Doctor of Osteopathy degree (D.O.) issued in Kirksville Missouri. He is twice certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine, the First Specialty recognized by the American Osteopathic Association. He is passionate about delivering the best care he is able of, to as many patients as he can.
Ken is a Brilliant, 43 year old entrepreneur from Philadelphia who recently visited us in Florida with a Major Game-Stopping problem. He had built his Fitness Business from one small gym, into five thriving Fitness Centers that were ready to dominate the market and change many lives. A vision so important that he deserved all of our attentions.
But one problem was holding him back.
You guessed it … Back Pain.
Back pain was stopping his game.
Making him take a time out, when he was still ready to play. Making him ride the cart, when he really wanted to walk. Making him stop after 9 holes, instead of blazing through 18. It hurt him both in business and on the links. Here is how we evaluated him and got him back-In-the-game.
Ken had one major problem: a nagging low back pain, which stopped him from enjoying everything that had helped him become the man he is. Yet, he still is the only man who created all this fitness business. He did not want to lose it all to back pain.
After completion of our unique, Comprehensive Medical Assessment (CMA) the origin of his pain was starkly elucidated.
Taking a note from from basic osteopathic medicine, and looking at the history and physical findings, we quickly realized that the patient will tell you what their medical problem is, if you just listen to them long enough. Next we did a proper, old school history and physical.
No computer can yet do that. Yet.
The doctor does not control this process, even though she or he may think they do. The patient and their story control it all. The osteopathic way predates what is now called “Functional Medicine”.
We can see so far today, because we stand on the shoulders of Giants. Even if we don’t know who they were or what they contributed to human evolution.
Andrew Taylor Still M.D. was one of the earliest and biggest of those Giants in medicine, starting in 1892. He envisioned and then created the healing system of Osteopathic Medicine. Less drugs, less surgery, more touching and healing the patient. Real medical leaders.
When taking the comprehensive history of Ken, we had to look far back in his life. All the way back to the origin of his pain. Discussing it and analyzing it is also therapeutic. The patient had seen a dozen doctors, yet none of his previous providers had let the patient tell his story, in his own way, and listened to understand. He finally was able to fully share the rocky journey he had endured.
Prescribing a True Regenerative treatment plan including stem cell therapy , nutritional support or intravenous rescue, should never be a one size fits all, never a routine approach.
It is not off the shelf, It cannot be: “off the shelf”.
Your exact cells at this time and place are the exact cells your body needs to heal itself.
The purpose of our individualized regenerative medicine approach is that it is specific to this patient at this time based on the needs of this patient.
It is not designed for the benefit of the Doctor, the payment involved or the chosen intervention.
If only mainstream medicine would learn from the patient, what the patient needs, not what the system needs.
It requires a careful diagnostic evaluation of the patient’s entire medical history.
Each person has a unique physiologic historic timeline that’s influenced by several traditional medical treatments over the years. These surgical or pharmaceutical approaches may work for a while but ultimately fail to address the root cause of disease and its messy effects.
This is the Medical Masters, Osteopathic way.
This was exactly the case in Ken’s dilemma.
“Dr. Coleman, I’m having pain in my lower lumbar area which has increased over the last month or so. I went golfing yesterday and it aggravated the pain, mostly in my left hip. It’s a shooting, stabbing pain that leads to spasms and makes me tighten up,” he said.
Ken was obviously in peak shape for his age, having spent years playing athletic sports like football and golf. He certainly looks like a major fitness expert.
After detailed questions and additional orthopedic and neurological testing of the Spine and extremities, it emerged that two key incidents were the progenitors for his present condition. They both happened decades ago.
The details of the first event, that he only recalled with caring questioning , happened when he was just 18 years old while lifting groceries out of his car.
“I was leaning over and pulling stuff out of my trunk. I suddenly felt my lower back spasm. It was a strange sensation that I have never felt. After that, it would flare up every once in a while. Now it's out of control” he said.
In fact, after further prodding, it emerged that over a period of decades he would recall sometimes getting up from a seated position only to find himself spasming, literally rocking his body and unsettling his balance.
Then, suddenly it would be gone, and things would be good for a while. What gives?
The second incident(s) involved athletic activities like golfing or lifting weights where he sporadically experienced a sharp tweak or pinching pain in his lower sacroiliac joint. This pain was separate and intermittent, but often related to the other disc related back pain.
After further investigation, it emerged that the pain evolved and spread to his shoulder blades.
“I almost felt like a knife had been stabbed behind the left shoulder. I tried moving around to loosen it up, but this only made it worse, to the point where I started experiencing pins and needles in my fingers and even legs. My legs and hands would go just go very weak,” he said. Nothing, including manipulation, and traction decompression helped.
An MRI would later reveal a herniated disk requiring several months of physical therapy which provided some short-term relief but never enough to stop the pain train.
He was eventually compelled to undertake a Microdiscectomy surgery, which removes a small piece of bone over the nerve root with the goal of relieving the nerve entrapment. In theory, it should relieve the pain totally. In theory. But since the body is held together with an omnipresent connecting material called fascia, rarely is there one single problem that can be cured with the magic bullet approach.
This all too common, but incredibly invasive procedure, to relieve the so-called “bulging disk” did work for a while, but always, the pain would return, usually with a vengeance.
This really is a dilemma.
Ken confirmed that in the last five years he had seen a consistent increase in the stabbing pain and spasms, particularly when playing golf or moving from sitting to the standing position.
Forget swinging a club.
The last two months had been particularly unpleasant until he saw an old friend of his, a physician who had seen Dr. Coleman for severe chronic pain in both shoulders.
“When I met Dr. Len, I couldn’t get out of my chair. I literally could not walk. The pain shot through my lower back and I had repeated pain spasms.”
It was at this meeting that Dr. Len mentioned the successful treatment he had undergone at Medical Masters.org.
Ken continued to stretch and use physical activity like golf in an attempt to get the blood flowing and his joints loose again.
Then, two weeks ago, he woke up and his world was frozen.
“I was shocked. I could barely get out of bed and walk. I was in agony and literally bent over from the pain.”
This was the tipping point for his initial call to MedicalMasters.org, where we put him through a 100 Point Health Score and began to build a treatment strategy specific to Ken.
I informed Ken that once you experience disk issues it can have residual effects in surrounding joints and ligaments. This tightening effect along the lamina and adjacent vertebrae is also influenced by imbalances in muscle tone or general posture. The fact that he experienced pain while in - or moving to - a standing position offered additional clues as to the possible problems.
In his case, I believed that stem cell therapy involving the precise extraction of the patient’s own cellular cells including bone marrow (hematopoietic stem cells) and adipose derived stem cells (mesenchymal cells) and its re-injection into the lumbar and sacroiliac joint. would assist in returning normal body function and reducing overall pain levels. These injections do not specifically target nerve roots, but can benefit Neurogenic pain coming from smaller nerves.
The joints, ligaments and trigger points, do get targeted. Specifically the lower lumbar facet joints (see link) are excellent targets in those with arthritis in the back.
The procedure took around three and one half hours to complete and Ken reported a positive mood immediately after the same-day treatment.
“I feel a little sore but overall really great. I am super optimistic and excited. I am glad it’s done and look forward to the process of healing. The entire medical team made me very comfortable before, during and after the process.”
This quick procedure, which is done under local anesthesia only (level-1 anesthesia) is designed to be minimally risky while helping patients like Ken have less pain while performing daily activities with less limitations.
Ken will now be monitored, coached, and encouraged over the next 6 to 9 months as part of a patient centered, systematic regenerative approach to healing the human body.
This is more than he signed up for, and we are passionate about delivering it.
Because we care, and it helps us and all of humanity to act on this higher level. It also feels really really good to us in the trenches. This is our glory too. His improvement really matters to us.
While he may experience some physical discomfort over the next weeks, this is a common attribute of the healing process which includes powerful invisible cytokines at work helping with tissue regeneration.
Within a month of the procedure Ken should experience greater mobility and lower pain levels, signaling that this body’s own cells are at work strengthening the surrounding ligaments and tissue in his back.
We invite our readers to return to MedicalMasters.org or visit us on Facebook for follow ups on Kens’ recovery process.
We hope he will be back on the golf course,
Going for that Hole in One.
Hail to the Victors!
They have earned it through blood, sweat and tears.
Rebel Lilly, an active 50-year paddle boarder and outdoor enthusiast is no stranger to pain: She had undergone several past knee surgeries and additional procedures to remove tumors. However, when she pulled her shoulder out of position almost three months ago it put a stop to simple daily activities such as driving or simply sweeping the floor. Full patient video is further below.
Worse, she was unable to enjoy her primary passion, paddle boarding, due to a severely restricted range of motion. Unable to raise her arm more than 10-20 degrees off her hip without screaming in pain, she faced the uncomfortable prospect of more orthopedic surgery to repair her torn rotator cuff with uncertain outcomes.
Barely able to move her arm or neck, she began researching possible alternatives.
After attending one of our previous Stem Cell Seminars in Bonita Springs, Rebel took the brave decision to try regenerative joint healing approaches encompassed in a Medicalmasters.org Stem Cell Injection program.
Dr. Coleman, a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, carefully compiled a 100-Point Health Score or Comprehensive Medical Assessment (CMA) of Rebel’s condition to determine her candidacy for the Stem Cell Program. Precise shoulder palpation and manipulation, along with MRI scans, confirmed an almost full shoulder tear which accounted for the severe pain and reduced mobility.
Repetitive motions in work and play, can lead to rotator cuff injuries. This includes occupations such as carpentry or sports such as CrossFit, where athletes perform high-rep pull ups on a regular basis. In Lilly’s case, paddle boarding, which involves short, similar strokes can also aggravate and put pressure on the shoulder joints if not done correctly or performed hundreds, if not thousands of times, during a calendar week.
Her qualification by Dr. Coleman in the CMA, enabled her to undertake a same-day procedure to extract her bone marrow and fat adipose cells to galvanize rich regenerative stem cells containing Cytokines for accelerated joint repair. These were re-injected back into group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint, the so-called Rotator Cuff, which keeps the head of your upper arm bone firmly with the overall socket of the shoulder.
The 4 to 6-hour procedure allowed Rebel to go straight home following the stem cell injections. In the days and weeks following the procedure, Rebel’s cells began their mission of rebuilding and re-invigorating the joint. While the healing process can be slightly uncomfortable during the first 14 days following the procedure, this is usually a normal sign that indicates the tissues and ligaments are responding to stem cell differentiation which leads to repair.
MedicalMasters.org used a systematic healing program to accelerate the healing process in Rebel’s shoulder joint. This included precise physical therapy movements such as the wall crawl to increase mobility and range of motion. Rebel performed these 2-3 times per day to oxygenate the blood stimulate tissue repair. MedicalMasters.org works closely with nearby rehabilitative clinics including Bonita Springs Sports & Physical Therapy Center and Therapy Clinics to align regenerative programs with new advances in physical rehabilitation. This symbiotic relationship was described in one of our recent articles The Golden Age of Regenerative Medicine Unites Osteopathic Doctors, Physical Therapists & Compassionate Inventors.
As we approach middle-age (or beyond) Americans are being forced to consider two symbiotic threats to their health which medical research indicates are teaming up to double the risk of heart disease while also limiting the quality of life: Heart disease and osteoarthritis.
By the time you read this, it’s estimated that 50 million adults have already been diagnosed with some type of arthritis including Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) which is not curable, causes immense pain, and stops us enjoying daily activities such as walking, running or climbing stairs.
Traditionally, doctors tackle this growing disease with Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs or NSAIDS, which while reducing the pain in the short-term inevitably limits the body’s ability to resolve inflammation over the longer-term.
More alarmingly, a Canadian study involving 7743 people with osteoarthritis shows strong evidence that NSAID treatment increases congestive heart failure by nearly 49% while the risk for ischemic heart disease increased by 94.5%, and the risk for stroke increased by 93.3%. These results were supported by cross-referencing NSAID prescription dispensing records present in the Canadian healthcare database.
These health risks are reflective of a non-regenerative approach to medical problems, which involve relying upon both NSAID and steroidal options (such as Cortisone) to treat the symptoms, not the problem.
This traditional methodology arguably leads to inevitable outcome(s) involving either heart surgery or joint replacement surgery, or both! While America is blessed with talented heart and orthopedic surgeons, who wishes to undergo invasive surgery which statistics show are not always successful, carrying both health and financial risks?
Our Osteopathic clinic, with its special emphasis on regenerative protocols such as Stem Cell Therapy, Prolotherapy, PRP and Laser Therapy, is in a unique position to screen and treat middle-aged Americans for both Osteoarthritis and cardiovascular risk factors, while limiting the use of NSAID and additionally minimizing the application of invasive joint surgery.
Early detection of both Osteoarthritis and cardiovascular disease are now considered top priorities in the America and something we take extremely seriously in our clinic.
We are obsessed with three primary objectives which we believe are the key drivers in ensuring a long and productive lifespan for our patients:
Education, early detection of cardiovascular risk factors and an emphasis on non-surgical orthopedic protocols allows us to prevent side-effects from medication and surgery.
The use of Stem Cell Therapy and Laser Therapy allows us to accelerate joint healing and reduce pain, a novel regenerative approach which patients respond positively to.
Nutritional IV supplement programs along with doctor-guided weight loss systems allow us to positively impact your health over the long term.
These programs carefully guided by a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine open up new opportunities to gently nurture, protect and heal the human body especially for adults, men and women, near or above, 45 years in age.
It’s important to remember that the study above and our approach encompassed under the regenerative programs are NOT intended to reflect a negative bias towards surgery, but rather a desire to explore alternatives and only resort to this option when absolutely necessary.
It’s important to remember that the study above and our approach encompassed under the regenerative programs are NOT intended to reflect a negative bias towards surgery, but rather a desire to explore alternatives and only resort to this option when absolutely necessary. These alternatives are reflected in our cellular therapy protocols, including Stem Cell Therapy, and new non-surgical techniques to stimulate joint healing such as Laser Surgery.
Laurie Norman was scheduled for bi-lateral knee replacement. At the last moment, she decided to try MedicalMasters.org’s stem cell therapy program and the promise of regenerative medicine to keep her off the operating table. A well known local dog breeder and dog show contestant, Laurie had for years been struggling with painful joint pain and restricted mobility as she pursued her vocation. In this video, Laurie describes in her own words the results of the stem cell therapy program with Dr. Coleman and its impact on her quality of life.
When a former college football quarterback, with letters in 3 sports, throughout high school, walked through our doors complaining of chronic pain in both knees due to previous sports injuries, and the residual effects of previous orthopedic surgery (for partial ACL and Meniscus Tears), it confirmed the growing suspicion that aging athletes are fighting an uphill battle.
We look to super athletes for inspiration in how they train and win. Yet it’s the injuries that show us their true character and grit, while also revealing their technical approach to healing and fighting the aging process. Video is further below...
While delivering a thundering double-handed backhand on the tennis court several years ago, legendary tennis player Rafael Nadal placed his entire weight on his left knee, forcing his quadriceps to step in and stabilize the entire complex of joints.
In that single moment, which involved twisting, turning and extending his body to relay the shot back to his opponent, he ripped his patellar tendon forcing him out of competition for several months.
Around 1000 pounds of pressure was delivered to the knee joint just as the left heel struck the ground, causing an unbearable hyperextension of the knee just before bending.
With the ACL and Medial Meniscus working overtime to compensate, Nadal felt a rush a of pain shoot into the fat pad around his knee. The video below shows the tibia in a fixed position, with the femur still moving; a perfect recipe for disaster as Nadal goes into his fabled body rotation.
This injury turned out to be one of many for this hard-working athlete, with the most recent one coming during the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, forcing him to question the brutal regime of the ATP tour and whether his body can truly stand up to the effects of aging.
The biggest fear for athletes, especially once they go beyond the age of 30 is the looming spectre of surgery. The risks, long-layoffs and indeterminate outcomes make them rightly weary, leading them to seek out the latest advances in medical science for alternatives,
While they may be genetically gifted, athletes like Nadal are also cognizant of the subtle appearance of osteoarthritis or Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD), giving them another area for concern. Just like us, they cannot escape the affects of aging that escalate with a chronic knee injury.
As you may expect, some of their solutions border on the space-age. For instance, Its been reported that Nadal uses an anti-gravity treadmill machine to gently keep him in shape during injury layoffs, sparing his knee undue pressure and jolting.
However, it’s in the field of Regenerative Medicine that Nadal has often cast his gaze to seek an accelerated healing flight path, without the risks of surgery.
For two consecutive years, Nadal specifically tested out PRP allowing him to recover 100% from a knee injury. He also tried out stem cell therapy for his lower back, which we described in this recent sports medicine article several months ago.
It must be noted that while not every cellular treatment protocol has been 100% completely successful, Nadal recognizes that the procedures become more advanced and powerful each year, giving him greater opportunities to accelerate the knee rehabilitation process.
Stem cells are influencing several areas of medicine, including orthopedic procedures aimed at regenerating cartilage and producing an anti-inflammatory effect.
Typically, this involves harvesting a patient's own bone marrow and fat cells to target joint damage, especially in the knees.
Since Nadal may play close to 80 matches per year, each one grueling in intensity, there is a natural advantage to seeking out alternatives to surgery when injury strikes as per the video above.
To put his statement in perspective consider this statistic: In 1992, the a ground-stroke reached roughly 60 m.p.h in the men’s game. Today that speed may approach 100 m.p.h.
We are thus asking superhuman demands from our athletes. In return, they are asking for alternatives to surgery.
While the video above demonstrates a specific injury to an elite athlete, the truth is any one of us reading this article may experience the same injury while running on the beach or playing catch with our grandson. It could even happen at work while carrying a box up the stairs.
But by observing the injury patterns we see on the tennis court and how super athletes respond to new forms of knee rehabilitation we can repurpose these approaches inside minimally invasive Stem Cell Procedures for our patients in Bonita Springs.
While none of us are machines, we can turn to science and technology to explore safer alternatives to surgery and a faster approach to healing the human body.
Nobody is pursuing this approach more keenly that one of the world’s greatest tennis players, Rafael Nadal. Let's keep watching him - both on and off the court.
Michigan State University
Dr. Coleman received his undergraduate education at Michigan State University, laying a strong foundation in Internal Medicine.
Kirksville College of
He attended the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri, which was the very first school of osteopathic medicine in the world.
American Academy and Board of Regenerative Medicine, or AABRM
With certificate number 42, he was one the first physicians to become board certified by the American Academy and Board of Regenerative Medicine, or AABRM
If you are currently experiencing knee pain from a previous injury or sports-related trauma we may be able to help.
Please schedule a Comprehensive Medical Assessment (CMA) to determine if you qualify for promising new treatments
in Stem Cell Therapy, Prolotherapy and PRP.