DELRAY BEACH, Fla., Nov. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Lisa Vuich MD, medical director
While none of these therapies are new to medicine, physicians are seeking a better understanding of peptide dosing and more in-depth knowledge of how and when to layer regenerative techniques for the growing population of patients who are suffering, often in silence, from sexual dysfunction.
It's estimated that 43% of women (30 million in the US) suffer from female sexual disorders and over 30 million men suffer from ED, with incidence increasing 2-3-fold between ages 40-70.
"I'm extremely proud to be given the opportunity to speak at the A4M conference and share my clinical experience utilizing safe, non-surgical regenerative therapies in combination for my patients," said Dr. Vuich. "We are currently conducting on-going studies and the science is leading towards a multi-faceted approach to dramatically affect patient treatment outcome."
Combination regenerative therapies can help rejuvenate and repair damaged tissue for many sexual dysfunction conditions including: ED, Peyronie's disease, pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, vaginal laxity, lichen sclerosis, interstitial cystitis and much more.
To learn more about training in combination regenerative therapies, call 561-408-7248 or visit http://www.specialtymedtraining.com/ or email info(at)specialtymedtraining.com.
SOURCE Specialty MED Training
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