Erectile Dysfunction can occur because of hormonal imbalances, neurologic conditions, side effects from medications, or a variety of other reasons. Vascular Disease, such as Peripheral Arterial Disease, can also be a cause of Erectile Dysfunction. If your Erectile Dysfunction is caused by Vascular Disease, diabetes, high cholesterol or trauma, then Vascular Access Centers may be able to provide Erectile Dysfunction treatment to help resolve this condition.
Using our minimally-invasive technology, we can assess the circulation to the penis during an arteriogram in order to determine the best course of action. Based on the results of the arteriogram, we may recommend an angioplasty procedure which can possibly restore or improve the flow of circulation to the penis.
The angioplasty procedure for ED treatment is performed at our outpatient facility. During the procedure, we place a catheter into the artery at your groin to locate the blockage that may be compromising normal blood flow through your pudendal artery, which is the main artery supplying blood to the penis. You will receive discreet care while having this procedure.
You can receive medications that will control any discomfort and relieve your anxiety. Once the Erectile Dysfunction treatment has been completed, you will recover for a brief period and be sent home.
You could notice results almost immediately.