New Magnetic Device for Erectile Enhancement

Dakota Therapeutics, LLC, is pleased to announce the availability of the MagnehanceÂ?, a new magnetic device for erectile enhancement, as a welcomed alternative for individuals who wish to avoid drug therapy and prescription drug prices.

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(PRWEB) February 15, 2005

Dakota Therapeutics, LLC, is pleased to announce the availability of the Magnehance™, a new magnetic device for erectile enhancement. In what appears to be the first practical combination of magnetic therapy and sexual enhancement, Dakota Therapeutics offers a welcomed alternative for individuals who wish to avoid drug therapy and prescription drug prices.

The Magnehance™, which is proudly manufactured in the USA, is a patent-pending, specially designed magnetic device intended to be worn by males. Due to its design, the Magnehance™ offers a practical, non-intrusive, and drug-free approach to erectile enhancement.

Magnetic therapy is the application of a magnet to an area of one's body, the goal of which is often to promote healing in, or reduce pain from, that body area. It is believed that therapeutic effects result, at least in part, from the increased blood flow that results from the use of the magnet. This belief has been supported by recent scientific research showing that static magnets can promote blood flow to a treated body area. Accordingly, the Magnehance™ is constructed of a super-flexible form of the high-energy, rare earth magnet known as neodymium iron boron, which is used extensively in magnetic therapy.

"As most men presumably know, a penile erection relies on blood flow to, and retention in, a penis," said company founder and Chief Executive Manager Dr. James W. Corpening, "and so our goal has been to use the principles of magnetic therapy to enhance penile blood flow." "I expect our customers to include men who wish to remain drug free and either need therapeutic erectile assistance or just want non-therapeutic erectile enhancement," he added.

More than 30 million men in the U.S. are believed to suffer some form of erectile dysfunction (http://www.impotence.org), but not all of them are comfortable taking drugs to treat their dysfunction. This is particularly true, given the cost and potential side effects of such drugs. For example, the cost of such drugs can be between $12 and $22 for just one pill, and the side effects can include headache, blurred vision, facial flushing, sensitivity to light, and nausea.

Corpening, who earned his Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuroscience, is also trained in the areas of endocrinology and reproductive physiology. He has, however, taken time away from his role as college professor to develop his ideas. "I think that men will appreciate the simplicity and comfort of the Magnehance™," said Corpening, "and I think that men will also appreciate that we've tried to keep the price of the Magnehance™ low."

Dakota Therapeutics is a Limited Liability Company, established in 2004 in the state of New York, and its small-but-versatile staff manages almost all aspects of its business. Furthermore, by developing the Magnehance™, Dakota Therapeutics hopes to promote the fact that, sexually, we can find

                satisfaction without drugs™

For additional information, visit http://www.magnehance.com, or contact:

James W. Corpening, Ph.D.

Dakota Therapeutics, LLC

428 W. Delavan Ave.

Buffalo, NY 14213-1413 USA

1-716-886-9341

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