Male Enhancement

Male Enhancement services offered in Roanoke, Lynchburg, Covington and Rural Retreat, VA and Cornelius, NC

Male Enhancement

Male enhancement can restore your confidence and improve your sexual health if you have erectile dysfunction (ED). At Dr. Murray E. Joiner Jr. & Associates in Roanoke, Virginia, with five satellite offices throughout Virginia and another in North Carolina, interventional pain management physician Murray E. Joiner Jr., MD, uses male enhancement treatments to address erectile dysfunction and prevent it from worsening. He can make personalized treatment recommendations and improve your quality of life. Call the nearest office today to schedule a male enhancement consultation, or book online.

What is male enhancement?

Male enhancement is an umbrella term for various erectile dysfunction (ED) treatments. ED makes it difficult to keep or maintain an erection long enough to have sex. Almost every man experiences it at one time or another, but if your symptoms last for more than a few weeks, identifying the cause is key.

Who should consider male enhancement?

Make a male enhancement appointment at Virginia Spine Care if you have trouble getting an erection, trouble keeping an erection, or reduced sexual desire. That’s especially true if you have an underlying medical condition, like heart disease or diabetes, or you have other symptoms that concern you, like premature or delayed ejaculation.

Don’t wait to contact Dr. Joiner. ED is incredibly common, affecting up to 30 million American men. There’s nothing to be embarrassed or ashamed of, and it’s easy to treat.

How is erectile dysfunction diagnosed?

Dr. Joiner reviews your medical records and asks about your symptoms, including when they began and if they happen every time you try to have sex. He also asks about your stress levels, sleep routine, and lifestyle. Answer his questions honestly, as they help guide treatment.

Next, Dr. Joiner completes a physical exam. He also orders several tests, including bloodwork, urinalysis, and an ultrasound. These measures let Dr. Joiner check for underlying medical issues, like poor circulation and diabetes, that increase the risk of erectile dysfunction.

What does male enhancement involve?

At Virginia Spine Care, Dr. Joiner tailors male enhancement to each patient’s needs. He could suggest:

  • Oral medications that increase blood flow to the penis
  • Counseling (talk therapy) if ED is caused by stress, anxiety, or depression
  • Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), if you have low testosterone
  • Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy 
  • Penis pump
  • Penile implants

It may take some trial and error to determine the most beneficial treatment. Be patient, follow Dr. Joiner’s instructions, and attend each of your scheduled checkups. 

How long does it take for male enhancement to work?

It depends. Some men experience noticeable results within a week or two, but for others, it takes longer. Dr. Joiner monitors your symptoms at routine checkups, adjusting your treatment plan as needed.

Call the office today to schedule a male enhancement consultation, or book your visit online.