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E.D. is tied to a man's self worth, but it won't fix itself

Posted at 1:29 PM, Sep 24, 2020

Erectile Dysfunction is a problem for a lot of men, but one that some don't like to talk about. It's tied to a man's self worth.

But Andrew Rinehart, Medical Technician at Wasatch Medical Clinic, says it probably won't go away on its own. In fact, it probably will keep getting worse.

The treatment at Wasatch Medical Clinic is different from others because it uses Acoustic Wave Therapy, a clinically-proven treatment to open up and regrow blood vessels. That improves blood flow, which puts a stop to E.D.

It's done without surgery, injections or pills. And, there are no side effects according to Rinehart.

A treatment only takes 8-10 minutes. You may need a few of them, but they can even be done on your lunch break because the treatment is non-invasive.

Call 801-901-8000 now to take advantage of a special offer from Wasatch Medical Clinic. Callers will receive an initial assessment, exam and blood flow ultrasound for free, plus a gift to produce instant results in the bedroom.

Wasatch Medical Clinic has two locations, Murray and St. George.

For more information please visit wasatchmedicalclinic.com