Password Recovery/Reset. Edit Your Directory Info

The following video shows how to login to membership sites, change password, & edit information on the provider listings. Click to play (shows up much better if you expand it to full screen)...

The login works for those with an active memberships. Would not be fair for us to allow access to non-paying physicians when others are providing money used for patient education, marketing, research, and lawyering to keep unqualified physicians from using our name.

If not sure if your membership is active, we are here 9am -5pm (Chicago Time) Mon-Thursday and 9-noon on Friday. We can tell you if your card expired and renew it if necessary...

TIP= Here's the best software for creating and remembering strong passwords (click)<--

Also, members can schedule a free marketing consult here (click).<--

If your provider membership is currently active...

1. Please click below to access the membership of choice...

2. Once on that page, click on “Lost your password?”

...then enter your username or the email address associated with your account and the computer will email to you a new password.

If you cannot remember either your username or password, then you can look at the Provider Directory to find your listing & see which email address you used for your membership account and have the password sent to you. You can see your listing on the directories here...

3. To change your listed information or password...

To update your Provider Listing Contact information, once you are logged in, look at the very top right of the screen. There will be a black bar across the top and it will say your name. Scroll over your name and choose edit my profile. Fill in all the blanks with the information you want listed on the Provider directory.

Hope this helps!

Charles Runels, MD
Charles Runels, MD (photo)





Is the P-Shot® FDA Approved?


Is the P-Shot® procedure FDA approved?


Great to hear from you and I’m very happy that you’re helping out our provider!

     Here’s a few points that answer your questions:

  1. The P-Shot® (Priapus Shot®) uses a man's own blood. So, the P-Shot is not FDA approved because the FDA (Food & Drug Administration) NEVER approves procedures. It’s not what they do.The best analogy is when a doctor sutures a wound. The FDA approves the DEVICE of the suture material. But, how the doctor uses the thread to suture the skin back together is up to the doctor (not the FDA). So you could say it's the "Food & Drug/Device Administration" but not the "Food & Drug/Device and Body Parts Administration."People own their own blood, and urine, and saliva.

    The FDA does NOT govern the body or body parts or body fluids.. nor does the FDA govern what a doctor does with a patient’s blood or urine or body parts—these are not drugs. The FDA does govern the devices use to prepare blood to go back into to the body (to prepare the PRP) and your doctor should be using an FDA approved kit.

  2. So when someone criticizes the procedure and says it’s not FDA approved, it’s like saying my car or my toenail is not FDA approved…so whoever says that needs us to educate them…and here’s where it can help your marketing…You should make sure people know that all the doctors who to the Priapus Shot® procedure (including yours) use an FDA approved device to prepare the blood (other doctors who are not in our group often do not use an FDA-approved device). Also, we have a well planned and protected way of injecting the PRP into the penis and a whole protocol for before and after the procedure.


  3. Here’s where you can see the description of the procedure with references…
    Click to see description of the Priapus Shot® procedure (with references)<—

    1. The references for the procedure can be seen at the bottom of that same page (click)<—
    2. I cannot over emphasize the FACT that for best results from your ad, it should lead viewers to a web page where they watch a video where your doctor/provider explains the Priapus Shot® procedure. I’ve provided script/outline that I know works and more tips on the marketing portion of the members website to which your doctor can give you access. Here’s the login page, (the doctor will need to give you password and user name)…go to the marketing page and watch the videos (I’ve been marketing/educating about this procedure for 7 years and know what works)…Please keep the info here private,,,I consider it to be proprietary and very valuable...

I’d be eager to talk with you about other ways to make your marketing campaign work, or you can set up a free (for our certified providers only) 1-Hour marketing consult here (click)<-- I'd recommend that both the provider and the marketing person be on the call.

Call the American Cellular Medicine headquarters if questions...

Very best regards,


Charles Runels, MD