Below are a list of frequently asked questions and their answers. If you have a question not covered in this list, please contact us, and we will be happy to answer your questions or concerns.
Cambridge Medical for Men is a group of licensed medical physicians completely committed to the diagnosis and treatment of Erectile Dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation, and Peyronies. Our goal is to provide you with an immediate erectile result and offer a long-term solution to your condition without causing harm.
ED, or Erectile Dysfunction is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse.
PE, or Premature Ejaculation is the persistence of ejaculation with minimal sexual stimulation before the person wishes it to occur. PE is caused by a combination of an oversensitive glans penis and nervousness or performance anxiety during sexual intercourse.
Peyronies is a tissue or wound healing disorder, characterized by the presence of excess collagen, also called plaque. It is a curvature of the penis and causes painful erections.
Yes! Cambridge Medical for Men first focuses on the ED as the primary problem. Resolving this problem will also resolve the PE problem.
The physicians at Cambridge Medical Clinic have a strong track record in the area of men's sexual health. We are devoted to the field of erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. You can feel comfortable you will be treated by the best physicians in the field today.
We understand your concerns about privacy and nothing is more important than treating you with dignity and discretion. Our facility is purposely very low-profile, with no signage that would indicate the nature of your visit. We utilize an all-male staff who sign a strict confidentiality and non-disclosure agreement. We scrupulously adhere to all HIPAA privacy policies, including limiting access to your medical records to authorized medical personnel only
My name is Eric Jameson, and I'm one of 234,000 American men annually diagnosed with prostate cancer. In my case, my doctor recommended a Prostatectomy, the surgical removal of my prostate.
Even with new nerve sparing surgical techniques, the danger of a Prostatectomy is nerve damage. The nerves that control erection lie precariously close to the prostate and, if the cancer has spread, the surgeon is forced to cut them. The long-term effect on sexual performance can be devastating.
Following my Prostatectomy, I became impotent. My wife and I were frustrated at the loss of this important part of our life and looked at our options: a penile implant, a vacuum pump, or Viagra, Cialis, or Levitra. The potential adverse side effects of these popular medicines concerned us, and we wanted to avoid further nerve damage from potentially risky surgeries.
That's when my urologist told me about a new, non-surgical approach for treating Erectile Dysfunction being done by Cambridge Medical for Men.
I made the call and am enjoying a robust love life again.