A Clinically-Proven Treatment for ED

We offer our patients the latest technology for ED treatments, known as low intensity focused compression therapy.


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3252 Holiday Ct. Suite 211
La Jolla, CA 92037

AgeReversalMD Difference

We combined Focused Compression Therapy (FCT) and Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) to provide a drug free, surgery and needle free protocol that treats ED.

Combined treatments are proven to increase cell signaling, growth of new blood vessels (angiogenesis), and increases blood flow to repair nerve endings.

What We Treat?

Erectile Dysfunction

Peyronie’s Disease

Incontinence

Pain Management

Why Combine Therapies?

Treats Root Cause of ED

Better Patient Outcomes

Lasting Results

Pain-Free

Cost-Effective

What Is Focused Compression Therapy For ED?

Focused Compression Therapy is a series of short painless treatments to the penis and surrounding anatomy using pulsating acoustical sound waves. It opens the blood vessels in the penis which is essential for a firm, rigid erection, and also stimulates the nerve endings to greatly enhance sensitivity, and the intense feeling of an orgasm.

FCT sends an array of sound waves effortlessly and without sensation through the soft tissue to the desired, controlled depth and at that point the sound focuses to create the compression.

This results in a more controlled and effective delivery of energy along with a greater patient compliance to the therapy.

Credible & Evidence Based


Controlled studies, indicate up to 91% improvement with 84% success rate for numerous conditions. 

What is PEMF Therapy for ED?

The human body is made up of trillions of cells. Each one is like a tiny battery that powers your tissues, muscles, organs, and brain. Technology works by delivering layers of inaudible sound frequencies to recharge your cells and restore your cellular voltage to optimal levels. 

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy uses low-frequency magnetic waves to decrease inflammation and increase circulation. This device also helps underlying causes of both BPH (Prostatic Enlargement) and ED (Erectile Dysfunction).

Using PEMF is said to stimulate cell metabolism, increase oxygenation and reduce inflammation.

 

What Is Focused Compression Therapy?

During the treatment, a small wand-like device uses targeted sound waves to stimulate penile tissue and encourage blood flow, which can also speed up the healing process.

What Is PEMF Therapy?

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy uses low-frequency magnetic waves to decrease inflammation and increase circulation. This device also helps underlying causes of both BPH (Prostatic Enlargement) and ED (Erectile Dysfunction).

Why Combine FCT & PEMF Therapies?
To improve patient outcomes, we found that combining the two therapies we achieve results in a shorter period of time and results are longer lasting. We are the clinic in Southern California to Offer combined therapies as a single treatment plan.
Is FCT Therapy for ED Effective?

The trial revealed focused compression therapy worked well to restore erectile function in men with mild to moderate vasculogenic ED.

What To Expect During The Procedure?

During the treatment, a small wand-like device uses targeted sound waves to stimulate penile tissue and encourage blood flow, which can also speed up the healing process.

Are Treatments Painful?
No. Most patients say it feels like a light tapping or tingling sensation and do not experience pain.
How Many Sessions Do I Need?

Most indications require 5-10 treatments which are done 3–4 days apart, depending on the patient’s tolerance and response. 

How Long Is Each Session?
A typical session lasts 20-30 minutes.
How Long Does It Take To Work?
Most people who get combined therapies for ED will often see benefits within one to three months. The initial results (within the first several weeks) can be dramatic.
Is FCT Therapy Permanent?
Focused Compression Therapy could serve as a long-term treatment for underlying physical causes of ED.
Does FCT Therapy Increase Size?
The 30-minute procedure can encourage new blood-vessel growth in patients with poor circulation, diabetes or prostate cancer. Some men also seek this treatment because it can increase the length and girth of a penis. The results last about a year.
Are There Any Side Effects?

Possible side effects from FCT are limited to mild bruising, swelling, pain, numbness or tingling in the treated area.

Does Insurance Cover This Treatment?

Most insurers do not cover this type of therapy at this time. Please contact us for available payment plans and financing options. 

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Phillip Milgram, MD
AgeReversalMD Medical Director

Dr. Phillip Milgram is a specialist with over 47 years of experience. Dr. Milgram served as a Clinical Instructor and Assistant Clinical Professor at the UCSD School of Medicine, Department of Reproductive Medicine.

Dr. Milgram holds three degrees from UCSD; in Advanced Intervention and is a member of the American College of Preventive Medicine and the American Nutraceutical Association.