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What is Boston Medical Group? Established in the U.S. 1998, Boston Medical Group is a network of independent physicians that has dedicated its practices to treating sexual dysfunction - specifically erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. Using The Boston Method, a proprietary treatment program, Boston Medical Group physicians provide personalized treatment programs that enable men to improve their sexual function.

Boston Medical Group is not affiliated with the Boston Medical Center, nor does Boston Medical Group have an office or location in Boston.

A prominent treatment recommended by Boston Medical Group is intracavernous pharmacotherapy (ICP), which consists of administering an injection of a vasodilator drug directly into the penis, which increases blood flow, and causes an erection in minutes in many patients. First introduced by urologists in the early 1980s, intracavernous pharmacotherapy (ICP) is widely recognized as a highly safe and effective method to treat erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. Until the advent of popular ED pills in the late '90s, ICP was the most common way for men with erectile dysfunction to attain an erection; even still it is the preferred method of many physicians and is used especially for men who take nitrates or have other health conditions.

Boston Medical Group maintains clinics in 21 locations in the United States, in addition to international locations in Europe, South America, and Asia.
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Does Boston medical group treat gays?

All medical groups that are members of the American MedicalAssociation will treat gay people. If you have any descrimination,you can file a complaint.

What dog group are Boston Terriers in?

The Boston Terrier breed is in the Non-Sporting group of the AKC. Not all terrier breeds that the AKC recognizes are in the Terrier group.