Common Problems

Erectile Dysfunction

ED can be devastating for your life, confidence, marriage, job and all-important relationships.

Premature Ejaculations

Premature ejaculations (PE) can start in adolescence or in later years with the onset of erectile dysfunction.


Delayed ejaculation has to do with dampened arousal. It is either due to neurotransmitter imbalance or a nerve dysfunction caused by trauma or degeneration.


Diabetes negatively impacts every aspect of your life. It happens over the years, so you don’t notice the negative changes until it is too late.

Ejaculatory Pain

Unless you are the guy suffering from a chronic pelvic pain syndrome or one that causes searing pain when you ejaculate, you have no idea how it feels and the problems that it causes.

Hormone Imbalance (LOW Testosterone)

Taking Testosterone without a mindfulness to proper balancing with other hormones could also lead to your testicles shrinking up like cashews. 

Low Sex Drive

A man’s sex drive lives in him brain; cerebral cortex and the limbic system. In fact, it is his brain that is responsible for sexual performance as well as drive. Did you know that a healthy guy can have an orgasm just by dreaming about a sexual experience?

Low Energy

Fatigue can be described as the lack of energy and motivation (both physical and mental). This is different than drowsiness, a term that describes the need to sleep.

Penis Dysphoria

The Studio Programs start with a thorough investigation of the root cause of the problem, utilizing advanced testing and diagnostics.

Peyronies Disease

Peyronie’s Disease (PD) is a devastating disease to MANY men since it can lead to disfigurement, shrinkage, social withdrawal, shame and depression.

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Sex is so painful that intimacy is non-existent, and your relationship can easily suffer as a result. You have heard that divorce is a huge symptom of chronic pelvic pain that many, many people have experienced.

Venous Leakage

There are many reasons for ED, from decreased sensitivity, to poor arterial blood flow, to neurological compromise, to back injuries, nerve impingement and more.

Poor Sleep

Good quality sleep and healthy energy go hand in hand. Often one affects the other causing a worsening of the symptoms and greater consequences the longer the pattern continues.

Weight Gain

Weight gain is an absolute increase in body weight. Weight gain is usually a consequence of accumulation of excess body fat, although processes such as edema and ascites can cause substantial weight gain.

Irritable Bowel syndrome (IBS)

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder that affects the large intestine. Signs and symptoms include cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and diarrhea or constipation, or both.


Constipation is a symptom, not a disease, and can be caused by many factors. The most common are poor diet and lack of exercise.


Some cases of chronic diarrhea are called “functional” because although all the digestive organs appear normal, they are not functioning as they ideally should.

Bloating and Abdominal Discomfort

Abdominal bloating occurs when the abdomen fills with air or gas. This may cause the area to appear larger or swollen.

Acid Reflux

If acid reflux symptoms happen more than twice a week, you may have acid reflux disease, also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

Bladder Pain

Pain or discomfort in the lower abdomen. Pain may get worse as the bladder fills up. Your pain may go away for a short time when you urinate and empty the bladder.

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