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Testosterone & ED


Testosterone and Health
1 in 4 adult men have low testosterone. After the age of 35, men’s natural levels of testosterone drops and continues to go down over their lifetime. Some symptoms of low testosterone are: loss of muscle strength, less energy, night sweats, erectile problems, bone loss, loss of muscle mass, feeling down or depressed, and a loss of get up and go. By measuring your hormone levels to find out if you have low testosterone or sub-optimal levels, we are able to help you get back to your younger self.
What is Injection Therapy?
Medication is injected directly into the side of the penis and produces an erection. A patient must learn to give injection to himself each times he wishes to engage in sexual activity. The medication dilates the arteries of the penis and allows blood to flow in. An erection can occur anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes after injection and can last 30 minutes to an hour or up to orgasm.
Erectile Dysfunction
If viagra and cialis have let you down, triple therapy injection could be the answer. Triple therapy injection is a combination of three compounds that help increase the blood flow into your sexual organ. Cost of triple therapy injections is a lot cheaper than the high price medications on the market. Penile injection therapy works for men with a broad range of medical conditions and usually produces a safe predictable erection.
Cinque Terre

Dr. David Cohen

My interest in Bio-identical hormone replacement started when my wife needed a total hysterectomy and had a surgical menopause. She was treated with the standard therapy after surgery, which only made her worse and caused side-effects. When she failed to improve and actually got worse I knew something needed to be done.

A compounding pharmacist recommended books by John Lee, M.D. I read them all and signed up for a course taught by the John Lee Institute. I have since taken close to 100 hours of training in Hormone replacement for men and women.

I reviewed the medical literature and read many studies, all of which presented a new way to view the issues of low or unbalanced hormones. It made sense to measure these hormones first to see which hormone(s) are deficient and then replace it with a hormone identical to the one the body makes. I have also learned the importance of Neuro-transmitters which can be the final piece of the puzzle.

Since a heart attack in July of 2012 I have limited my practice to Hormone replacement and Acupuncture for many reasons. First I truly love practicing in these unique areas, it has taken me many years of training and practice to become competent, and it gives me an opportunity to really listen to my patient and to treat each patient as a totally unique individual.