Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Our Board Certified pain management doctor in Dallas offers regenerative therapies including bone marrow derived treatment and platelet rich plasma (PRP).

The P-Shot®

What is the P-Shot?

The Priapus Shot® , also known as the P-Shot®, was created to treat men with Erectile Dysfunction, Peyronie’s Disease, modest penis enlargement and overall improvement in Sexual Function.

As men age sexual performance may decrease as erections and stamina start to decline. The P-shot involves injecting prp into the penis to counter any erectile dysfunctions and increase sexual pleasure.

Possible Benefits of P-Shot

  • Stronger, Firmer Erections

  • Easier to Achieve and Maintain Erections

  • Increased Penile Length and Girth

  • Improvement in or Resolution of Painful, Dysfunctional Penile Curvature from Peyronie’s Disease

  • Resolution of Penile Pain with Erection

  • Increased Sensitivity in the Penis

  • Better Overall Blood Flow to the Penis

  • Improvement in Intimacy and Relationships

Does the P-Shot hurt?

The P-Shot does not hurt. A very strong topical numbing cream is used first and a penile anesthetic block is performed, resulting in a painless procedure.

How long does the P-Shot procedure take?

The P-shot is an in-office procedure that takes about 45 minutes. The procedure is quite simple, first blood is drawn from the patient and then spun in a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells and the platelets, which is called platelet rich plasma or PRP. Once the patient is properly numbed the PRP is then injected into the penis tissues.

How quickly will I see results?

Most patients see results within a few weeks of the procedure with maximum benefits occurring after 3 months.

The Process of P-shot Therapy

Blood Collection

A small amount of blood is drawn is from the patient’s arm.

Separation

Plasma and blood cells are separated

Extraction

The PRP is extracted from the blood sample

PRP Injection

The PRP is injected into the penis

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