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Erectile Dysfunction Clinic Set to Open April 1st in Maryland
Date:3/19/2013

Columbia, MD (PRWEB) March 19, 2013

Boston Medical Group has added a new clinic to its nationwide network of clinics, specializing in the unique niche area of men’s sexual health.

Erectile dysfunction (ED) and premature ejaculation (PE) have long been problems for millions of men nationwide. In spite of the availability of medications such as Viagra, Levitra and Cialis, many men continue to struggle with Erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation because these drugs can be ineffective and cause severe side effects. Countless men cannot use these drugs at all, due to other health conditions and/or harmful interaction with existing prescription medications.

Boston Medical Group employs several local physicians including staff physician Dr. John Hayes, M.D. Dr. Hayes explains, “We can successfully help almost every patient we see. We have treated men of all ages, from their twenties to their nineties. We specialize in treating men with Erectile Dysfunction from diabetes, heart conditions, bypass surgery, high blood pressure, prostate problems, cancer and surgery. You name it and we can help them, regardless of age or medical condition. Our success rates have been proven at 98%.”

All medications are FDA approved, and no surgery is involved. Describing the treatment process at Boston Medical Group, Dr. Hayes further explains, “We adjust the prescription for a man’s performance to 45 minutes, an hour, 90-minutes or longer. Patients see results right in our office, many times during the very first office visit. Even after climax the patient stays erect so that he can climax again and satisfy his partner. No other medication can do this.”

John Hayes, M.D., Staff Physician at Boston Medical Group Columbia, states, “After nearly a decade of personally treating thousands of men for sexual dysfunction issues in our Washington, D.C. office, I am glad that we will be able to deliver these highly effective programs to patients in Maryland. The Columbia location allows us to continue to bring our clinical expertise to the residents of Maryland, and adds to our family of more than 20 men's health clinics.”

Boston Medical Group is offering a special value for the first 100 new patients in the Columbia office. Each of these patients will receive $100 off their initial medical assessment. Also, they will receive a test dose of the medication right in the office.

To get more information about this new office or to schedule an appointment, please contact Boston Medical Group directly at (866) 601-6842.

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