Are Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a condition in which a man has an inability to get or maintain an erection firm enough to have sexual intercourse. According to the National Institute of
Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease reports 30 million men are affected.  It is more commonly known as impotence. ED has become quite common in men who are older but
is increasingly for men who are in their 30ís and 40ís.  This can be an emotional stressor for men and may lead to relationship problems.

Not all male sexual problems are caused by ED. Other types of male sexual dysfunction include:

•  Premature Ejaculation
•  Delayed or Absent Ejaculation
•  Lack of Interest in Sex

What is the Anatomy of an Erection?

An erection occurs when there is increased blood flow into the penis. Blood flow is usually stimulated by visual perception, sexual thoughts or direct stimulation of the penis. As a man
becomes sexually excited, muscles in the penis relax and blood flow through the penile arteries. This blood fills two chambers inside the penis called the corpora cavernosa. As the
chambers fill with blood, the penis grows rigid. Erection ends when the muscles contract and the accumulated blood can flow out through the penile veins.  ED can occur because of
problems at any stage of the erection process. For example, the penile arteries may be too damaged to open properly and allow blood in.

The potential causes of ED are numerous. They include 

•  Cardiovascular Disease
•  Diabetes
•  Damage From Cancer Surgery
•  Injuries
•  Stress
•  Anxiety
•  Drug Use
•  Alcohol Use
•  Smoking
•  Relationship Stress
•  Kidney Dysfunction

What Is the Outlook for Erectile Dysfunction?

ED is a treatable condition. There are a number of ED treatments available. The type of treatment generally depends on the underlying cause of ED. The ED clinic at Columbus
Research & Wellness Institute uses latest medical technologies to treat ED holistically and conventionally.  We are proud to introduce the new XXX Triple Black Pill for erectile
dysfunction, premature ejaculation,  low sperm count, sexual fatigue and poor size.  Triple Black is all natural and safer alternative to other ED drugs without the harmful side effects. 
Consult your doctor today, to see if Triple Black is for you.

We explore a variety of different tests to identify the cause of your ED or premature ejaculation.  A consult with our doctor will ease the anxiety of poor performance by looking at
various treatment options and medications.  An initial office visit will cover:

Physical Exam

A detailed physical exam can help your doctor assess your overall health. Your doctor will likely check your blood pressure and ask about any recent injuries or illnesses. They will ask
about your current medications or supplements. They will examine the penis and testicles for changes in sensitivity.

Psychological Testing

Your doctor may want to assess whether any psychological problems could be contributing to your ED. You will probably be checked for signs of stress, depression, and anxiety.
Your doctor may ask about your relationship with your romantic partner. Detailed questions about your sex life may also be asked.

Blood and Urine Tests

Blood and urine tests can detect signs of diseases associated with erectile dysfunction.


OUR OFFICE IS A CASH ONLY CENTER.  WE ACCEPT NO INSURANCE.  (LAB WORK CAN BE BILLED TO YOUR INSURANCE)

BASIC OFFICE VISIT------------------------- $125 INCLUDES TRIAL DOSE OF XXX TRIPLE BLACK PILL, PHYSICAL EXAM AND LAB PANEL
COMPREHENSIVE VISIT--------------------- $200 INCLUDES THE ABOVE WITH TESTOSTERONE INJECTIONS AND ED PRESCRIPTION

CONTACT INFORMATION
Columbus Research & Wellness Institute
8342 Veterans Parkway Suite 200
Columbus, GA 31909
Phone: 706-653-0419
CANCELLATION/NO SHOW POLICY
If you are more than 15 minutes late, your appointment may be shortened or rescheduled.  All appointments must be cancelled 24 hours in advance.  Appointments not cancelled 24 hrs. in advance will result in a $25 charge.  “No show” appointments will be charged the full cost of the visit whether prepaid or pending payment.  After “No Shows” future appointments must be pre-paid before scheduling.  CRWI Services are non-transferable and non-refundable.
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