ED Treatments, Greensboro, NC

We offer superior ED treatments that are noninvasive and backed by the latest clinical medical research and technology.

Traditional erectile dysfunction treatments (ED treatments) involve injections 3 to 5 times a week over many years, often resulting in scar tissue formation. If you have avoided this treatment due to the inconvenience of multiple visits, discomfort, and potential side effects, here at Infinite Allure, we have good news for you. We offer a single-injection treatment plan called the Priapus Shot, or P-Shot for short, that is a far less invasive option.

ED Treatments in Greensboro, North Carolina

There are usually no side effects with the P-Shot, and you’ll gain more benefits than you would with other ED treatments. The P-Shot uses your own platelet-rich plasma, so there is little to no burning from the injection or risk of rejection as a foreign substance. You won’t experience lumpiness or nodules, which can occur with other ED treatments.

The benefits of our ED treatments include an immediately larger and stronger penis, increased circulation for a healthier organ, and increased sensation and pleasure when correcting the damage from diabetes. The results can last for several months and some patients report permanent improvement. Most patients report a 10 to 20 percent increase in length and girth with some improvement immediately and more occurring as the penis becomes healthier.

With the use of a lidocaine cream, the discomfort of placing the P-Shot using a small needle is minimized. Our medical procedures are all completed by an experienced physician at our Greensboro, North Carolina office.

If you would like to know more about our ED treatments, call us today to schedule an appointment at our men’s clinic. We offer other types of treatments, as well, including shockwave therapy and low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave. Call today to learn more about all our services to improve your sexual pleasure and confidence.


At Infinite Allure, we offer ED treatments to those in Greensboro, Chapel Hill, Durham, High Point, Raleigh, and Winston-Salem, North Carolina.