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Progressive Men's Health

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(215) 970-5361
940 Town Center Dr
Suite F100
Langhorne, PA 19047
Category: Health & Medicine


About

Dr. Richard Goldfarb is a highly sought after surgeon based in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Dr. Goldfarb is the founder of the Center for SmartLipo & Plastic Surgery in Langhorne, Pa and lectures internationally on cosmetic, surgical and aesthetic laser topics. In addition, Dr. Goldfarb is the Medical Director of the following three major companies: The Silhouette Lift®, Selphyl® and Viora™.

Dr. Goldfarb is pleased to partner with Dr. Peter Sinaiko, and offer an innovative treatment for men suffering from erectile dysfunction. Their combined experience make them one of the leading teams on the east coast for the non-surgical treatment of impotence.
Medical Training & Experience

Dr. Goldfarb graduated from University of Health Sciences / Finch University and The Chicago Medical School with top honors in Surgery. He completed his surgical training at Northeastern Ohio College of Medicine. He completed additional training in cosmetic surgery at the University of Pennsylvania, Department of Plastic Surgery and Yale University. Dr. Goldfarb’s combined 30 years of experience in General, Vascular, and Cosmetic Surgery provides his patients with the surgical expertise they are seeking.

Dr. Goldfarb is a faculty member and is on the Board of Directors of The National Society of Cosmetic Physicians, where he recently had the honor of chairing their annual meeting, which hosted hundreds of physicians from around the world. He also is a faculty member and lecturer for THE Aesthetic Show, a training organization for physicians in the field of Cosmetic Surgery, Laser and Aesthetic Medicine. Other memberships include The American Society of Lasers in Medicine, American Academy of Liposuction Surgery, American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery and a member of the Medical Advisory Board of American Cryostem. Dr. Goldfarb is a longtime, proud Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

Doctors come to the Philadelphia area from all over the world to train with Dr. Goldfarb and his team of board certified surgeons.

Dr. Goldfarb is a remarkable physician beyond his accomplishments. His patients, colleagues and students hold him in the highest regard for the quality of result he delivers and his exceptionally welcoming and pleasant personality. This sense of warmth radiates throughout the warm environment of his office and the time and attention he devotes to each patient.


Products And Services

An Effective Solution for Erectile Dysfunction Through Regenerative Medicine

At Progressive Men’s Health we be believe in treating the underlying issue with regenerative medicine. Shockwave therapy has been widely used in orthopedic medicine to regenerate tissue. This same therapy can be applied to treat men with erectile dysfunction.

Alternative treatments for erectile dysfunction, such as pills or injections, lose effectiveness over time and have to be used every time a man wants to engage in sexual activity. Our treatment is about regenerative medicine – helping men return to their younger, healthier selves, and enabling a spontaneous, active sex life.

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The shockwaves create micro trauma to the tissue, stimulating the body’s natural healing response. As the body heals, blood flow is increased and growth factors create new blood vessels to the treated area.

In some cases, shockwave therapy may be combined with PRP (platelet rich plasma), which adds a high concentration of growth factors to work synergistically together.
Using Shockwave Therapy to Treat Erectile Dysfunction

Over the past 10 to 15 years, shockwave therapy had emerged as one of the leading choice therapy in the treatment of many orthopedic disorders. Shockwave therapy has subsequently been used in the treatment of many other fields including vascular medicine and urology. An article appearing in Therapeutic Advances in Urology (2013: 5 (2) 95-99) detailed the results of studies showing the effects of low intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy (LI-ESWT) as a novel treatment for erectile dysfunction.

What are Shockwaves?
Shockwaves (SWs) are acoustic waves (vibrations) that carry energy. These vibrations can travel through skin to an anatomical region to target a specific area. When the low intensity shockwaves are applied to an organ, they cause mechanical stress or micro trauma, which in turn, induces a healing response and improvement of blood supply.

Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction
Until the introduction of shockwave therapy, all existing treatment options for erectile dysfunction are palliative in nature. This means that instead of correcting the underlying problem, existing treatments only treat symptoms on an episodic basis. Common treatments for erectile dysfunction are phosphodiesterase inhibitors (Viagra, Levitra, Staxyn, Cialis, and STENDRA), injections and/or suppositories, and vacuum compression.

Progressive Men’s Health has established a non-surgical protocol for treating erectile dysfunction with shockwave therapy and in some cases, combining it with PRP (platelet rich plasma). The therapies have shown excellent outcomes with little or no side effects and long lasting results. Shockwave therapy has also shown to be a successful treatment option for Peyronie’s disease.

Shockwave Therapy for Peyronie’s Disease
Peyronie’s (pay-roe-NEEZ) disease causes a significant bend in the penis, often accompanied by a painful erection. Many men have a curved erection, which isn’t necessarily cause for concern. Peyronie’s disease, however, is caused by fibrous scar tissue, which impacts the curvature of the penis and can lead to erectile dysfunction.

Shockwave therapy has proven effective in the treatment of Peyronie’s disease. Using low intensity shockwaves, along with the injection of platelet rich plasma in a fibrin matrix (Selphyl), we have been able to introduce straightening of the erection along with improved elasticity of connective tissue.

Is it safe?
Yes. This is an FDA cleared technology, originally developed in Europe and used worldwide. The EPAT® (Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Treatment) device we use is state-of-the-art and has extensive applications including orthopedic medicine, urology, anti-aging treatments and wound healing. When performed by a qualified physician, EPAT has virtually no risks or side effects.

What are the possible side effects/ complications?
There are virtually no risks or side effects to EPAT, however, in limited cases, patients have reported minor discomfort which may continue for a few days.



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