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The Alpha Med Difference

At Alpha Med Group, our doctors focus on an integrative health approach. We use multimodal strategies to help you take control of your health through quality healthcare, positive life choices, proper diet, and staying active. When combined with the latest research in anti-aging and regenerative medicine, our patients benefit from a fully personalized approach. Unlike other health clinics, our programs target the root causes of our patient's symptoms. That way, they can enjoy a healthy, fulfilling life in public and also in the bedroom.

We're proud to have everything you need to improve your health and achieve your goals. Our providers will expertly handle your nuanced health challenges using advanced therapies like GAINSWave treatments to achieve a results-based outcome you'll love.

Some of the most common conditions we treat at Alpha Med Group include:

  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Peyronie's Disease
  • Prostatitis
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How Do GAINSWave Treatments Work?

GAINSWave might sound too good to be true on the surface. However, this type of erectile dysfunction treatment in Clearwater uses science-based, research-backed applications and technologies that have been proven to be effective.

GAINSWave works by targeting the underlying issue of ED: blood flow. Continuous blood flow is critical in maintaining an erection. As men age, blood vessels in their penis break down and fill up with micro plaques, further reducing blood flow. GAINSWave treatment addresses this issue using low-intensity shockwaves or acoustic pulses to re-open closed blood vessels and help form new ones simultaneously. This increased blood flow essentially eliminates the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, letting men across the country gain a new lease on life.

Because this procedure is drug, surgery, and needle-free, most men won't have to stress about costly insurance claims or ugly scarring. All you need to think about is enjoying life with a new pep in your step, whether you're headed to work or spending time with your spouse in the bedroom.

Alpha Med Group's patients love that GAINSWave is quick, effective, and gets right to the root cause of their issues. Our GAINSWave treatments yield long-term results with optimized sexual performance and even treat other issues like Peyronie's disease.

Who is a Candidate for GAINSWave Therapy in Tampa, FL?

Any man older than 30 can enjoy the benefits of GAINSWave therapy. Men with or without erectile dysfunction use GAINSWave to reshape their sex lives without resorting to over-the-counter pills and prescriptions like Cialis. While it's true that the “blue pill” can temporarily relieve ED, that relief is short-lived because pills don't address the root cause of the issue. To make matters worse, many drugs have unwanted and unsafe side effects. GAINSWave represents a much safer, more effective solution for men who are sick and tired of the stress and embarrassment associated with ED.

Whether you're dealing with severe erectile dysfunction or you simply want a little more spark with your partner, GAINSWave is the surgery-free, drug-free alternative you can rely on.

To help you get a better understanding of Alpha Med Group's GAINSWave therapy, consider these quick facts:

  • GAINSWave is Among the Safest and Most Effective ED Treatments Available
  • Many Men Experience Results After One GAINSWave Treatment
  • Sessions Are Usually Short and Typically Last 15-20 Minutes
  • Most Men Need Between Six and Twelve Sessions
  • GAINSWave Releases Growth Factors that Help Form New Blood Vessels
  • Treatments Break Up Plaque, Which Further Stimulates Blood Flow
  • Many Men Enjoy Longer, Harder Erections with GAINSWave Treatment
  • GAINSWave Therapy May Activate Stem Cells That Foster New Cell Growth

What About Taking Pills for My Erectile Dysfunction?

In today's day and age, products that promise quick results and convenience are king. It makes sense, then, that many men want the fastest solution to their ED problem. While it's easy to pop a “little blue pill,” doing so can come with consequences that you don't get with GAINSWave treatment. And when it comes to sketchy over-the-counter options that you can buy at your local gas station, the risks are quite concerning. Before you re-up your prescription or head to the gas station, consider these side effects:

  • Heart Palpitations
  • Back Pain
  • Vision Loss
  • Rashes
  • Fever
  • Nausea
  • Respiratory Problems
  • Pain in Penis
  • Heart Failure

If you're one of the many men who settled for strange side effects just to regain confidence in the bedroom, it's time to celebrate. Rather than relying on prescriptions or a la carte options, health-conscious men are using GAINSWave treatments for a safer, natural solution with no side effects.

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What are the Signs of Peyronie's Disease?

Men suffering from Peyronie's disease may notice an array of symptoms, which may manifest quickly or slowly. Some of the most common symptoms include:

Severe Bend of Penis: One of the most common symptoms of Peyronie's disease is significant bending of the penis in a certain direction, with or without achieving an erection.

  • Scar Tissue: If you notice unusual bands or hard lumps of tissue under the skin of your penis, it could mean you have Peyronie's disease.
  • Hourglass Shape: This disease occasionally causes the penis to narrow, resulting in an hourglass shape.
  • Pain in Penis:The curve caused by this disease is often painful, regardless if you have an erection or not.
  • Shortened Penis:Some men have reported that their penis is noticeably shorter with Peyronie's disease.

A Natural Solution to Peyronie's Disease

If you're one of the many American men who has lost hope because of Peyronie's disease, there is a new reason to be hopeful. Peyronie's disease is treatable, and you don't have to rely on surgery, vacuum devices, or a wait-and-see approach to get results.

If you're a man searching for a safe, non-invasive, natural treatment option for Peyronie's disease, GAINSWave therapy is the way to go. GAINSWave incorporates premium low-intensity, high-frequency shockwaves that break down plaque (or scar tissue) while opening and creating new blood vessels. When blood flow is increased, the penis curvature associated with Peyronie's disease is often reduced, giving men a new chance to enjoy a healthy sex life.

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Your Premier Clinic for GAINSWave Treatment in Tampa, FL

At Alpha Med Group, our focus is on your goals, your results, and your experience. We firmly believe that your story matters and our team is ready and waiting to listen. We provide functional, personalized, regenerative medicines that address root causes, coupled with an industry-leading, progressive care strategy that is centered around our patients.

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If you're looking for GAINSWave treatment in a professional, welcoming setting provided by sexual health experts, contact our state-of-the-art office in Clearwater today. Whether you need help with embarrassing symptoms related to erectile dysfunction or you're looking to revive your sex life with a natural solution, we're here for you.

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A dog walks into a Tampa bar: The legal fight for pup rights in pubs

A pub that welcomes pups fought Florida’s health department in court and won. Now there’s an appeal - and a dog-related virtual challenge....

A pub that welcomes pups fought Florida’s health department in court and won. Now there’s an appeal - and a dog-related virtual challenge.

Between appointments on a recent workday, Tampa Mayor Jane Castor paused to make a video with her dog Alcaldesa at her city offices. Desa, as the dog is called, regularly goes to work with the mayor.

In a scene that would be posted on Instagram, Castor wears a gray pantsuit and hefts the brown 30-pound, mixed-breed rescue dog in her arms. Then the mayor does 15 gym-style squats, with the rising-and-descending Desa looking befuddled.

“That would be my knees,” Castor says after squat number 2.

At the core of this seemingly lighthearted social media fundraising push — dubbed #pupsquatchallenge — is an ongoing Florida court battle that could have legal and business implications for dog bars across the state.

It started like this: In December 2020, husband and wife Alex Wright and Sheila Suhar opened Pups Pub in a former restaurant space on South Tampa’s Kennedy Boulevard. She’s a commercial real estate broker, he’s an Air Force veteran who worked in sports sales and customer service for the Orlando Magic.

“We saw that dog bars in Florida and the rest of the country were becoming a fun new trend,” said Wright, whose household includes mixed-breeds Bonnie and Rafi.

The Pups Pub concept: While owners sip draft beers and mixed drinks, their fixed and vaccinated dogs can socialize and hang out in the bar, which is equipped with a special turf Zamboni. The pub also has an enclosed outdoor area. Memberships cost $30 a month, $299 year and $15 for a day pass.

And the dog puns are endless, as in the canine birthday “pawties” they advertise.

Dog bars have been operating across Florida since at least 2018, according to court records in the Pups Pub case.

Things went so well in Tampa that Wright and Suhar opened a Pups Pub in downtown Orlando and started talking about a Brandon location.

Before opening the two pubs, according to court documents, the owners presented their plans to the respective county health departments, which are overseen by the Florida Department of Health.

“When we were inspected by the Department of Health before we opened, they said no dogs behind the bar. We said no problem,” said Wright. “It seemed all kosher.”

Pups Pub also prohibited dogs from entering bathrooms and storage rooms, according to court documents. “Additionally,” a judge would later note, “the dogs are not allowed on the bar tops.”

In its first year and a half, Pups Pub Tampa passed three inspections from health department officials. Then, last year, Wright said, authorities abruptly told the owners no dogs could be inside the buildings in either location — the very concept upon which the business is based.

At issue was rule 64E-11.003(6)(c) of the Florida Administrative Code regarding “food hygiene.” It says in part that “no live birds or animals, excluding crustacea, shellfish, and fish in aquariums, are allowed in a food service establishment ... or in any other area or facility used to conduct food service operations.”

Pups Pub serves beer, wine, shots and cocktails — or dogtails, as its menu says, with such names as Old Yeller Fashioned and Bad Mother Pupper. They do not serve food.

“We had to pay a lot of money to rezone as a bar/lounge,” Wright said. “We got rid of the kitchen.”

Given their previous inspections, Suhar, 36, and Wright, 35, said they didn’t get why the rules suddenly changed. They took their case to court.

Administrative Law Judge Lynne A. Quimby-Pennock heard the dispute earlier this year in Tallahassee. The question: Had the health department abruptly changed its interpretation of the rules without proper procedure — suddenly prohibiting dogs in bars where they had been permitted before?

After a hearing that included testimony, the judge noted in court records that the health department “continually harped on the term ‘food,’ and that ice and beverages are defined as food.” Yet both the applications for the two pubs that were approved by health officials specified “NO FOOD SERVICE,” the judge noted.

The judge also pointed to comments by a Hillsborough County inspector in a report saying the Tampa location needed to install a gate at the bar area “before dogs are allowed in (the) building.”

In her 29-page final order in June, Quimby-Pennock sided with Pups Pub. She wrote that “the weight of the persuasive, credible evidence” showed the health department “interpreted the rule for over four years to allow dogs in bars with certain restrictions,” and then prohibited dogs in bars.

“It is apparent that (the Department of Health) changed its interpretation and application of its own rule,” she said.

The Department of Health in Hillsborough County referred questions and requests for comment from the Tampa Bay Times to the state agency. A representative of the Florida Department of Health’s communications office told the Times via email that “the Department does not comment on any pending litigation.”

Pups Pub won. The owners celebrated what they called a victory for dog bars across Florida.

But the state health agency is now appealing the judge’s decision to the 1st District Court of Appeal. Wright said they can’t recover legal fees until after that court proceeding.

“We’re well into six figures,” he said. “It feels like the Department of Health’s attorneys’ strategy is to bleed us until we die. They hope we don’t survive long enough to get to a resolution.”

Hence the viral #pupsquatchallenge and #keepdogbarsopen, linking to a GoFundMe page. Wright says he’s also having conversations with elected state officials about the future of dog bars in Florida. He and Suhar say they’d like to see the business standardized with clear rules.

“We’re not saying dogs should go into Olive Garden,” Wright said.

“We’re creating a space where dogs can go,” said Suhar.

For now, dogs romp on at Pups Pub.

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Beyoncé fans await Queen Bey in Tampa; what you need to know before you go

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Tour trucks are traveling around the world with Beyoncé, and now they have arrived at the parking lot next to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.Beyoncé will take the stage at 8 p.m. Wednesday.There are a lot of Queen Bey fans in the area. Beyoncé in Tampa: Here’s everything you nee...

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Tour trucks are traveling around the world with Beyoncé, and now they have arrived at the parking lot next to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.

Beyoncé will take the stage at 8 p.m. Wednesday.

There are a lot of Queen Bey fans in the area.

Jada Washington’s 20th birthday present was a ticket to the concert.

“I’ve been seeing all of it over Twitter and TikTok,” Washington said. “It just made me want to go even more.”

While many people are expected to go to this highly-anticipated world tour stop, some are just excited to see Beyoncé coming to Tampa.

“I think it would be very powerful. I can’t imagine her presence,” Beyoncé fan Khadija Grant said. “I’m very glad that she did it because you know she has the money. She doesn’t have to do it, but to do your passion, that says a lot about you when you don’t have to do it.”

Grant said Beyoncé is an inspiration to her three daughters.

“I usually listen to her when I’m doing contortion,” Khadija’s daughter said. “Though my focus isn’t completely on the music, it’s an amazing background. I love it.”

The 13-year-old said Beyoncé’s music has also helped her build confidence in her unique hobby.

“Her music, you can relate to it,” Khadija’s daughter said. “It just means a lot.”

Beyoncé is performing nearly a three-hour show tonight.

Excited fans are expected to build up some traffic along Dale Mabry, Himes Avenue, Columbus Drive, and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

This isn’t a problem for Missy Martin, a nearby parking company owner.

“This summer, 2023 concerts have been huge,” Martin said. “Taylor Swift, obviously the three days, Luke Combes and now Beyoncé will probably be one of the biggest.”

Martin said she expects to fill close to 400 parking spots tonight ranging from $30 to $75.

As far as tickets go, they can still be purchased for under $200. Some people, including Jada Washington’s friend, are waiting to see if ticket prices drop last-minute.

Regardless, Jada said she’ is’s going to see Beyoncé.

Parking lots open at 3 p.m., VIP access is at 5:30 p.m., and general admission is let in at 6 p.m. Anyone traveling to the concert with a rideshare app should set the drop-off location to Steinbrenner Field.

Click here for the list of stadium policies.

Local Black history exhibit tells the story of Black life in the Tampa Bay area

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TAMPA, Fla. — Taking a journey into history to learn more about African American life in the Tampa Bay area is now easier than ever. That’s because the Tampa Bay History Center recently opened an exhibit highlighting Black life in the Tampa Bay area.

“So, our new exhibit, Travails & Triumph, tells over five centuries of Black history here in the Tampa Bay area,” said Brad Massey, a historian at the Tampa Bay History Center.

The exhibit details Black life in the Tampa Bay area dating back to the 1500s.

“And it starts by talking about the first people of African descent that traveled across the Atlantic and came to the [Tampa Bay area],” said Massey.

The Tampa Bay History Center opened an exhibit dedicated to African American life, history, and culture in the Tampa Bay area. Guests are able to learn from five interactive screens.

“So, a couple of stories that we tell here in this part of the exhibit is the story of the war against Black communities that were established here in Florida in the [Tampa Bay area] in the 1700s and the 1800s,” said Massey.

The museum has collected more than 100 artifacts to help tell the stories of Black people who lived here.

“Like these baskets here, which were woven in the West African tradition, which people that escaped enslavement in places like Georgia and the Carolinas, they brought this basket-making technique down here into Florida,” said Massey.

While shooting this story, I noticed former Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio with her husband, Mark Woodard, casually walking through the exhibit.

“It’s such an important part of all of our history, and it’s being told in a way that helps inform all of us as to how all people got to the Tampa Bay area and what their history is and what challenges they faced,” said Iorio.

“Interesting to learn the connection between the Seminole Wars and the impact that had on the African American community in this area at the time,” said Woodard.

Massey detailed the closing stops of the exhibit, telling Black stories of the 20th and 21st centuries.

“So, here, a lot of our guests have recognized some of these items like a Blake High School jacket and a Middleton High School jacket, and these are important items because these were Black high schools during the era of Jim Crow,” said Massey.

The Travails & Triumph exhibit will be a permanent fixture at the Tampa Bay History Center, and they’re hoping as many people as possible come to learn more about our unique and interesting Tampa Bay area history.

“And, so, this will be here for the coming years for all members of our community to come and see,” said Massey.

Lightning Round: Several restricted free agents still looking for new deals

There are only eight more Monday’s to go until the NHL kicks off, which is the nicest way I can say we’re still about two months away from the regular season starts. On one hand that feels like forever (especially since not much happens in August) but for a small group of young players time is growing short to sign a new deal.While the Lightning have taken care of all of their restricted free agents (at least the ones that haven’t absconded to Europe), other teams aren’t so lucky. There are just over a dozen RF...

There are only eight more Monday’s to go until the NHL kicks off, which is the nicest way I can say we’re still about two months away from the regular season starts. On one hand that feels like forever (especially since not much happens in August) but for a small group of young players time is growing short to sign a new deal.

While the Lightning have taken care of all of their restricted free agents (at least the ones that haven’t absconded to Europe), other teams aren’t so lucky. There are just over a dozen RFAs that need to sign new deals, including a couple of rather big names. Colton Davies at The Daily Faceoff listed 10 of the top RFAs still without contacts and they include some familiar names:

Trevor Zegras (Anaheim Ducks)

Shane Pinto (Ottawa Senators)

Evan Bouchard (Edmonton Oilers)

Alexis Lafreniere (New York Rangers)

Most of the teams should be able to find away to lock up their young players without having to worry about additional moves to free up cap space. For instance, the Ducks, who have Zegras and Jamie Drysdale to sign, have over $19 million in cap space. Others may have to figure some things out. Ottawa currently has $895,953 worth of space according to Cap Friendly. That could be a problem with Evolving Hockey projecting Pinto, who had 20 goals last season, to sign a two-year contract with an estimated $1,780,000 cap hit.

If Lafreniere signs for his projected $2,694,000 cap hit than the Rangers will be over the cap as well. Luckily, those are problems for other general managers to deal with. Could things get spicy with an offer sheet at this point? Let’s say a team thinks they could get Lafreniere on track and lobs a $3.5 million offer at him. It would only cost them a second round pick if the Rangers don’t match. If New York does match then things get really dicey for them. Of course, this is the NHL, and no one likes to have fun so it’s doubtful that anything that interesting will happen.

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Steven Stamkos on Clearing the Crease [YouTube]

Stammer got some “Dad Work” in this summer. While he was disappointed to go back to Canada early, he welcomed the mental and physical break.

NHL may ask for emergency relief from Diamond Sports Group contracts [Awful Announcing]

Diamond Sports Group has the broadcast rights to 12 NHL teams (including the Lightning) and the league is prepared to ask a bankruptcy court for emergency relief from those contracts if DSG doesn’t have a valid reorganization plan by the end of September. With preseason games starting September 23, the teams need to know if Diamond can broadcast the games or if they will have to come up with alternative plans.

Canucks sign Pius Suter [NHL.com]

The Vancouver Canucks are a NHL hockey team. Are they a good hockey team? Don’t know. Are they a bad hockey team? Also, don’t know. Are they slightly better defensively after signing center Pius Suter to a two-year, $1.6 million AAV contract? Maybe?

Ovechkin happy with Carbery signing [Russian Machine Never Breaks]

It’s good that the team’s captain is happy with the new coach. Hopefully, that remains the case as the season wears on.

A survey is gauging public opinion on combining the Tampa area's planning organizations

The state legislature this year passed a bill that requires the potential merger of Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco's MPOs to be studied, and for a report to be complete by next year.Metropolitan Planning Organizations — or MPOs — are in charge of handling transportation planning and projects in specific areas. Three MPO's that make up the greater Tampa Bay Region are conducting a survey to find if residents are interested in them combining into one larger entity.The state legislature this year passed a bill that...

The state legislature this year passed a bill that requires the potential merger of Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco's MPOs to be studied, and for a report to be complete by next year.

Metropolitan Planning Organizations — or MPOs — are in charge of handling transportation planning and projects in specific areas. Three MPO's that make up the greater Tampa Bay Region are conducting a survey to find if residents are interested in them combining into one larger entity.

The state legislature this year passed a bill that requires the potential merger of Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco's MPOs to be studied, and for a report to be complete by next year.

The three MPOs created the survey, which asks questions about which transportation improvements should be prioritized, and who should be in charge of making those decisions.

Whit Blanton, executive director of Forward Pinellas — that county's MPO — says as it currently stands, big projects can meet more hurdles since there are so many different entities to get on board.

“I'm thinking primarily public transportation, in whatever form,” Blanton said. “Whether we're talking rail or buses, or ferries, that has been a little disjointed. It's dependent on one county taking the lead, it's subject to a real lack of funding. This won't fix the lack of funding for transit. But it gets people in the room that that can make decisions.”

This comes as the Tampa Bay Area Regional Transit Authority is set to shut down next year. The organization previously served as the middle man for large scale transportation projects in the region.

Blanton says a merger would get everyone on the same page quicker, and create me more cohesive plan between the regions.

"It's really, how do we collectively come together and advocate for key transportation projects that that help us keep pace and maybe get a little ahead of the growth that we're all experiencing and dealing with in this region?" Blanton said.

He says the survey is giving transportation leaders in the area much more than public perception on a merger.

"There's a regional component that we're working on to so the input will directly feed into the development of those plans, and concepts,” Blanton said. “So you can really help shape the transportation future of Tampa Bay by filling out the survey."

The survey results, along with other documents on the feasibility, costs, and potential framework of a merger of the MPOs, will be submitted to the state by January, as required by the bill.

Blanton says the board for Forward Pinellas is “generally in favor” of a merger of the MPOs.

As of late last week, he says roughly 600 residents had completed the survey. It's open until August 20th.

If a merger is ultimately approved, Blanton says he sees it being fully realized and functioning by 2026 or 2027.

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