Important COVID-19 Message:
Due to the current situation we have instituted important changes to our clinic to increase safety of our patients & staff:
- We have the option of selected few Private Visits which allows the patient to be alone in the whole clinic with the doctor & his assistant. No other patients would be scheduled at the same time. (Please inquire specifically for this option)
- All of our regular visits are spaced out and we try our best to avoid having more than one customer in the same room or area at the same time.
- We offer telemedicine & virtual visits for consultations. We also offer same day consultation and procedure.
In addition we have implemented the following extra precautions beyond the CDC requirements for all visits:
- The staff and the doctor wear mask and protective equipment at all times.
- We ask our customers to wear a mask when in the clinic at all times.
- We have implemented extra hand washing and room cleaning.
- We ask our customers that arrive early to call our office and wait in the car.
- Any patient with recent symptoms of fever or recent contact with someone with symptoms are not allowed in the room.
- The doctor wears a double mask, including a face shield & N-95 high filter mask during procedures in addition to additional body gown.
We understand that many of our patients may be experiencing discomfort and pain that require procedures without delay. Also, we understand that delay can lead to further pain, complications & possible decreased quality of life if delayed even by few weeks. A prompt procedure can avoid these issues.
Have you ever heard the saying that bad news doesn’t get better with age? The same idea, that things won’t fix themselves, is true with ED and Peyronie’s Disease. Neither of these two conditions, which both affect hundreds of thousands of men around the country, will be fixed by waiting around and doing nothing. You should always seek treatment before too long because things will not necessarily improve on their own.
Don’t Expect a Miracle
Miracles can happen, but you shouldn’t put off treatment and allow your self-image and relationships to suffer while you hope that things will magically work out. In some cases, things just get worse. Suffering from ED or Peyronie’s Disease doesn’t just take a toll on your physical body, but it also takes a toll on your mind. The longer that you suffer in silence, the worse things can get.
You Don’t Know What Will Work
Another reason to not delay treatment is that you don’t necessarily know what will work for you. Many men rush into the doctor’s office thinking that a little blue pill will suddenly cure their problem and that they won’t suffer from ED anymore. However, for thousands of men that isn’t the case. Many times, men need alternative treatments that provide more lasting results. For example, shockwave therapy can be a powerful tool that can be effective even for men who do not experience benefits from medication. The longer that you wait to start finding a solution, the longer that you might be waiting to find out which solution actually works for you.
It Can Be Treated
This might be the most important reason on the list! ED and Peyronie’s Disease are both treatable, so there is no sense in putting off your treatment. There are many different solutions that work to treat each problem, so delaying your suffering won’t do anything positive.
It Can Be Caused By an Underlying Problem
Finally, you should keep in mind that ED can be a sign of an underlying problem that should be treated. In some cases, ED is linked to high blood pressure, artery problems, diabetes or prostate issues. These underlying issues should also be treated to keep you healthy!
Learn More from Dr. Padra Gad Nourparvar
To learn more about our natural and innovative solutions to ED, pain treatment and men’s health in Los Angeles, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Give us a call today at (213) 797-0902 to learn more.
The claims made in this blog are based on ongoing research. Results may vary based on individual patient medical conditions and age. A consultation with our Board Certified, trained physician will be scheduled before any treatments to ensure your eligibility.