Who is Peyronie’s Disease Institute?

Who is PDI?

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What is PDI all about? Questions about Peyronie's Disease Institute This discussion explains how this website has become the largest and most visited website on the internet offering detailed information about Peyronie’s disease natural treatment.   PDI is the first organization to promote the use of systemic enzymes – like Neprinol – for Peyronie’s treatment.  In June of 2002, four doctors were practicing together. These four doctors had over 90 years of combined clinical experience using Complementary and Holistic Medicine therapies, and treated patients from all over the Midwest.

When Dr. Herazy developed Peyronie’s disease he looked to the collective thinking and skills of these holistic medical experts for answers – and found none. These doctors had successfully treated from acne to herpes zoster, but they were stumped how to best provide Peyronie’s treatment – just like everyone else. As his PD worsened, Dr. Herazy investigated any new information he could find about tissue pathophysiology and biochemistry in a frantic search to help himself. Working with his three medical friends to evaluate mountains of research data, a plan of action slowly emerged. By combining those alternative therapies that had shown reasonable – although not conclusive – levels of success, they hoped to develop a synergistic healing force by using an aggressive combination of many moderately successful PD therapies.

This was the first time in medical history that synergy with Alternative Medicine was used in Peyronie’s disease treatment – and it worked! Under his own Peyronie’s disease treatment plan that changed from week to week,  Dr. Herazy’s condition slowly improved, with no nodules, no curvature, no loss of dimension, and no loss of prior ability. The same Peyronie’s disease protocol he used was applied to three patients at their clinic over the next year (one had PD less than a year, one had PD more than three years and the last had PD for five years).  They all experienced improvement. Based on this success they determined to bring this idea to a larger audience – and Peyronie’s Disease Institute (PDI) was created.

Unlike medical treatment which is noted for its pessimism and indifference in the PD community, the PDI concept was easily understood and dynamic; men got enthused about their recovery, and the idea of Alternative Medicine therapy for Peyronie’s disease spread steadily.

One of the exciting Peyronie’s treatment innovations is the safe and effective technique for manual penis stretching that has been researched and developed by PDI.   this technique works for a curved penis or any type of distortion that might occur, as well as to regain lost length and girth of the shaft.  For details, click on stretching curved penis.

Commentary:  Standard medical “wait-and-see treatment” of Peyronie’s disease, click Peyronie’s Disease and Man Whose House is on Fire.

6 thoughts on “Who is Peyronie’s Disease Institute?

  1. Bailey Nelson says:

    Return customer, but I do not have Peyronie’s disease. I have idiopathic subglottic tracheal stenosis, and had pieced together my own protocol for treating the scar tissue through fibrolytic enzymes, vitamins/amino acids and CP peptide/DMSO. I stumbled upon your website, and I was wondering if you’ve ever seen this protocol applied to reversing scar tissue formation in other organs. Personally, I have been able to reduce the growth rate of my scar tissue and prolong times between tracheal dilations (pre-supplementation it was only 6 weeks before trachea re-scarred back down to 3 mm, post-supplementation I’m at 2 months and remain 14 mm open).

    I sincerely appreciate your researched, methodical method. Thank you.

  2. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Bailey,

    Congratulations on your tremendous success with a difficult problem! This shows that our treatment protocol removes fibrous tissue as we propose, not only for Peyronie’s disease but for other health problems in which excess fibrous tissue is involved.

    Since this is a Peyronie’s disease website, I suppose many are wondering just what “idiopathic subglottic tracheal stenosis” is. This a medical term meaning a narrowing of the windpipe (wide fibrous and cartilaginous tube that connects that voice box to the bronchi of the lungs) just below the tongue for reasons that are unknown.

    Yes, I have been told by many people they have used the PDI Alt Med treatment protocol for a variety of different excess fibrous tissue problems, ranging from simple excess surgical scarring, adhesions and osteoarthritis, to complex conditions like fibrocystic breast disease and emphysema. When I am contacted by these folks who are working outside my usual realm of Peyronie’s disease I offer suggestions how to apply this protocol to their problem in a way that favors best outcome. If I can help you in any please let me know. TRH

  3. Beryl says:

    My husband had corrective Peyronie’s disease surgery as his curve was a 45 degree angle. As a result he has lost 1 1/2″ and is understandably very upset and dismayed by the process. Will this treatment still help post-op? The curve has been solved but I presume loss of length is due to the scarring? Is it possible, over time, to correct this? Any advice gratefully received.

  4. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Beryl,

    Your husband’s surgeon should have explained all these details to you prior to his Peyronie’s disease surgery. Many times a surgeon will leave off these harsh facts in order to make it easier for a Peyronie’s disease patient to agree to surgery.

    The loss of length is permanent due to the removal of penile tissue at the curve to make his penis straight again.

    Since your husband has had surgical intervention the degree and speed of any possible recovery with Alt Med treatment will be reduced; sometimes a little and sometimes a lot. There is no way to know ahead of time how much improvement is still possible after surgical changes have been made. He just has to give it a try and see what happens. TRH

  5. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings R,

    Thanks for a great question about what can happen after Peyronie’s disease surgery. More people should ask this kind of question.

    Peyronie’s disease is all about the excessive fibrous tissue (scar) that can develop under the skin of the penis after injury of some kind. Any man with PD has shown himself to be an excessive scar former when his penis is injured. For this reason any penile surgery posses a risk. If anyone who already has Peyronie’s disease is subjected to penis surgery that same ability to produce excess scar tissue can be activated, possibly resulting in additional Peyronie’s disease in the area of their surgery. A Catch-22.

    Does this always happen? No, but it happens often enough and with such strong scar formation tendencies that men who have Peyronie’s disease should do all they can to avoid it. For them surgery can lead to a real nightmarish reaction and compounding of their original problem; going from bad to worse.

    Since Peyronie’s disease self-heals half the time it occurs, there is another option to consider before undergoing surgery for it.

    Why not try to see if you can use Alt Med methods found on this website to help your body eliminate your Peyronie’s disease? No post-surgical scars to develop, no side effects and no danger involved with our methodology based on the experience of thousands of men who have used the PDI method of Peyronie’s disease treatment. Our success rate is 8-10 reports of improvement (from moderate to marked) for every one report of failure. No one can tell you ahead of time if this natural treatment approach will work for you; you must use the PDI protocol for at least 3-4 months diligently and faithfully to learn if your body can be helped to remove the Peyronie’s disease scar tissue. TRH

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