The Phoenix Pro: At Home Science Backed Rx of Erectile Dysfunction

Are you suffering from ED? Do you know someone who is? If so, that man needs a complete heart work up with advanced labs and heart imaging like the coronary artery calcium CT scan. You might save a life. But what to do about the ED? Eat better? Yes! Exercise? Yes! Sleep better? Yes! Manage stress better? Yes. Quit smoking? NOW!

In addition, you can upgrade your sexual performance from home with the most effective at-home acoustic therapy device for men – The Phoenix Pro. You can learn more at www.phoenixprorx.com

The Phoenix Pro is a physician recommended and proven alternative solution for men looking to optimize their erections without surgery, shots or increasing Rx.

Unlike the little blue pills, which only mask the symptoms of male performance issues, keep men dependent on them forever and are known to cause unwanted side-effects, The Phoenix Pro improves erection quality at its core, better blood flow.

The Phoenix Pro emits 20k pulses of acoustic soundwaves into certain parts of the male member to optimize performance naturally. Combined with a specially created, custom-tailored protocol for each patient, the Phoenix Pro is able to expand blood vessels and stimulate the growth of new blood vessels in the penis.

This increases the blood flow to the penis and improves sexual function. In addition, the procedure activates the growth of new nerve tissue in the penis. This process, called angiogenesis, enhances sensitivity in the penis.

The Phoenix Pro uses advanced acoustic waves to open up blood vessels within the penis while regenerating new blood vessels, which vastly improves erection quality!

Here are some of the benefits:

The wait is over! Contact me now to order The Phoenix Pro and optimize your erections from home or to learn more about the treatment plans available. It can be shipped anywhere in the USA. Email me at drkahn@kahncenter.com 

Author
Dr. Joel Kahn

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