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What to expect when treating your erectile dysfunction with sound waves

Posted at 1:37 PM, Sep 17, 2020

The pandemic is difficult enough, let alone if you're having problems with intimacy with your partner.

If you think it's finally time to finally talk about your erectile dysfunction -- Wasatch Medical Clinic can help.

Medical Technician Andrew Rinehart says the treatment is not "the pill" or any other kind of temporary fix; it's what experts are calling a breakthrough treatment that fixes the problem at its root.

Wasatch Medical Clinic's treatment is called Acoustic Wave Therapy which helps blood flow and regrows blood vessels, according to Rinehart, all without the side effects one might experience with medication.

Their treatments are free from surgery and drugs, but promise a lifetime of renewed intimacy with your partner.

The clinics are now open by appointment only, so call 801-901-8000 to claim your special offer and your free exam (a $500+ value)! There's also offering a special gift for a limited time only.

For more information go to wasatchmedicalclinic.com