For Physicians

Personal note from the inventor of the PRIAPUS SHOT® procedure…

for physicians, nurse practitioners, sex educators, & physician’s assistants…


Though I was the first physician in the world to use PRP to rejuvenate the human penis, though I invented the Priapus Shot® procedure, I count that as worthless unless many physicians and nurse practitioners actually learn to do the procedure and offer it to suffering men around the world.

Inventor of the O-Shot (R) Procedure
Charles Runels, MD
Inventor of the Priapus Shot® Procedure

So far, even though many physicians have been in the news with this procedure, only two physicians (other than myself) are certified to teach the procedure:  Dr. Lisbeth Roy and Dr. Michael Pinell.

If you are interested in learning about the procedure and applying to offer this procedure to your patients, please supply the following information.  I will personally provide the material to you and make my self available by phone to discuss your application.  (Partial information will not receive a response because I will not be able to check your credentials).

Sex educators (and counselors) are critical to the healing process and I would be honored to also supply information to you (only physicians and their extenders can do the procedure since the procedure involves phlebotomy and injection of blood-derived growth factors).

Thank you very much for your interest and I look forward to talking with you.

Peace & health,




Charles Runels, MD

Please provide the following info so that I might send material to you immediately…

  • Watch a video describing how the Priapus Shot® procedure benefits both patients and providers
  • Free research about the Priapus Shot® mailed to your office.
  • Supporting scientific literature reviewed by video and with electronic file.
  • Access to my personal cell phone to answer your questions.

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