Free Erectile Dysfunction Webinar June 1

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Erectile dysfunction affects more than three million American men each year, impacting their intimacy, relationships and self-esteem. Despite the commonness of the problem, many men suffer in silence.

Through the power of technology, Hartford HealthCare will broach the subject in an informational webinar that men and their partners can attend from the privacy of their phone, tablet or laptop.

On Monday, June 1, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Dr. Jared Bieniek, medical director of Tallwood Men’s Health at Hartford HealthCare and a board-certified urologist, will host “Erectile Dysfunction: Restoring Intimacy.”

He will offer information about:

  • How erections work.
  • Common causes of erectile dysfunction.
  • Treatment options.

The event concludes with a question-and-answer session with Dr. Bieniek.

The session is free but registration is required. Call 1.855.HHC.HERE (1.855.442.4373) or go to HartfordHealthCare.org/webinars. After you register, you’ll receive an email with easy instructions on joining the webinar.

Need to see your doctor? New Patient? For more information about Hartford HealthCare virtual health visits, click here.

Click here to schedule a virtual visit with a Hartford HealthCare-GoHealth Urgent care doctor.

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Questions? Call our 24-hour hotline (860.972.8100 or, toll-free, 833.621.0600). 


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