Natural Restoration Centers of America:
Dr. Mitchell Kaye can’t make you 25 again. But he can help you feel younger.
The founder of Natural Restoration Centers of America is one of the Valley’s most experienced rejuvenating specialists, focused on harnessing the body’s natural ability to restore itself.
At the Center, 10210 North 92nd Street, Suite 100, Scottsdale, Dr. Kaye and his team of professionals use only FDA-approved equipment and government-regulated products for male and female procedures, though at times they participate in cutting-edge investigational reviews when they see possible new ways to help their clients.
“We are not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ type clinic and can respond to individual patient needs tailoring our therapies,” says Dr. Kaye, a board-certified urologist and Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. A Philadelphia native, he served in the U.S. Air Force and was an assistant professor at the Uniformed Services Health Sciences University in Washington, D.C.
He graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine, where he was a member of the National Medical Honor Society. His surgical training in urology was at the world-famous Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
For men, the Center’s goal is to naturally restore the health of the erectile tissue. “We are different than the typical ‘ED’ clinics that offer everyone the same injection, with the same medication, no matter what the underlying problem is,” Dr. Kaye explains. Instead, NRCOA utilizes a combination of therapies spread out over several treatment sessions. These treatments have been shown to improve the quality of deteriorating erectile tissue.
The results can be uplifting: more natural spontaneous erections or significantly improved responses to the common ED treatments. And, Dr. Kaye notes, with a smile, no more high- performance compensation concerns: “After visiting NRCOA, men can just pick out a car off these magazine pages for the pure awesomeness alone!”
The Center also offers consultation and treatment to correct hormone imbalances including low testosterone, and its male hair restoration procedure stabilizes early thinning and hair loss. “This is a relatively painless nonsurgical treatment that only enhances common medical, vitamin and shampoo treatments,” Dr. Kaye says.
Women can benefit from the “V-Boost,” a series of treatments designed to naturally rejuvenate and restore vaginal function including sexual function and sensitivity. This suite of therapies includes laser vaginal rejuvenation to help combat atrophy and dryness of the lining often seen in post-menopausal women. “This treatment is extremely helpful, especially in women that either have to or prefer to avoid the use of estrogens,” Dr. Kaye says.
The Center’s clitoral-enhancement therapy is reported to improve blood flow and sensitivity to this area. “We address laxity or looseness by promoting collagen production to tone and tighten,” he explains.
In addition, the “O-Boost” is designed to enhance the sensitivity in the G-Spot region, a treatment that benefits women that experience sexual climax in a more vaginal, rather than clitoral, way.
National Restoration Centers of America also offers nonsurgical hair restoration, which has been successful for women experiencing thinning and stretch-mark treatments, best administered just after delivery. Additionally, a full array of cosmetic interventions, face- and body-care solutions and wellness assessments are available.
“If you have any of these concerns, please call us,” Dr. Kaye says. “Allow us to help you, and your partner, enjoy life –– to its fullest extent.”
National Restoration Centers of America, nrcoa.com, 844.622.6722