About Us

about-picUnysen Health is a company whose primary mission is the treatment of sexual dysfunction, with one key focus…. restoration of sexual health and vitality. We understand the trust given to us by you, their physicians, in taking care of your patients and we take that trust very seriously. It is our commitment to this philosophy that has earned us a reputation for providing patients and doctor’s offices with excellent care and service.

Unysen Health provide your patients with more options and educational opportunities, for their therapeutic needs. Our partnerships allows us to keep your patients more engaged in collaboration with you, their physician, as their therapeutic needs evolve on an on-going basis.

Customer service is our focus and commitment at Unysen Health. Our staff and patient advocates are trained to discuss all therapeutic modalities and therefore are an adjunct to your patient education needs.

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is a common debilitating condition and one that often dramatically diminishes quality of life. Unysen Health is a company committed to enabling men to regain their sexual health. For a large number of men that fail oral therapies and yet desire to continue on the journey to sexual recovery, education and access to effective treatments is the cornerstone for success. Our focus is the individual and his personal and unique quest for sexual recovery. Through education, empowerment and access to quality treatments, over the counter medications and medical devices many men will ultimately fulfill their hope of reclaiming satisfactory sexual performance.

  • What is ED?

    Erectile dysfunction, or ED, is when it is hard to get or keep an erection that's firm enough for sex. ED affects as many as 40 million men.

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  • What Causes ED?

    ED can result from health or emotional problems or from both. Lower blood flow or harm to nerves in the penis can lead to erection problems.

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  • How to treat ED?

    The treatment for ED depends on what is causing it. Your health care provider may ask you to change certain habits, stop smoking, or using drugs or alcohol.

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