If you suffer from erectile dysfunction, you're not alone. CaverStem® is here to help with our innovative stem cell treatment. Watch our videos to learn more and see how we can help you get your life back.

CaverStem® Erectile Dysfunction Stem Cell Treatment Video Campaign #10

CaverStem is pleased to present the 10th video in our campaign series highlighting the potential of stem cell therapy for treating erectile dysfunction (ED). In this video, we interview Dr. Paul L. Perito, a urologist and medical director at the University of Miami’s Stem Cell Institute, about the use of stem cells to treat ED.

Dr. Perito explains that stem cells have the ability to regenerate tissue, and that this makes them a promising treatment for ED. He notes that stem cell therapy is still in its early stages, but that there is already some evidence that it can be effective. He describes a study that was conducted in which stem cells were injected into the penis of men with ED, and that some of the men experienced an improvement in their erectile function.

Dr. Perito also talks about the potential side effects of stem cell therapy, and says that the most common side effect is mild bruising or swelling at the injection site. He says that there have been no serious side effects reported in studies of stem cell therapy for ED.

CaverStem’s video campaign is designed to raise awareness of the potential of stem cell therapy for treating ED and other medical conditions. We hope that these videos will help to educate the public about this promising new treatment option.

CaverStem® Using Your Own Stem Cells for Erectile Dysfunction

CaverStem®, brought to you by Creative Medical Technology Holdings, Inc., is a stem cell therapy for Erectile Dysfunction (ED) using the patient’s own stem cells to repair damaged penile tissue. Today, 9 million men in the US who suffer from ED receive no benefit from Viagra or Cialis. The cause is damaged smooth muscle tissue and surrounding blood vessels in the penis caused by disease or injury. Our proprietary, outpatient procedure uses stem cells harvested from a patient’s own bone marrow to regenerate damaged tissue.

For more information and to find a provider near you, visit caverstem.com