Erectile Dysfunction

Paul “Biz Nasty” Bissonnette Helps Men Stay in the Game with Felix

Key Takeaways

Are you eager to stay in the game longer? Looking for a little more ‘ice time’ with your partner?

No, we’re not talking about hockey. Paul ‘Biz Nasty’ Bissonnette is spreading the good word about Felix to help men find discreet, effective ways to manage ED symptoms.

Together, Paul Bissonnette and Felix are working to destigmatize this all-too-common medical condition one hockey pun at a time — so that men can take back control of their sex lives.

Who is Paul “Biz Nasty” Bissonnette?

Paul ‘Biz Nasty’ Bissonnette is a media personality and former NHL player who played for the Pittsburgh Penguins during his 2008-2009 rookie season and for the Phoenix Coyotes for the remainder of his career from 2009-2014.

Paul Bissonnette was a valued and respected member of both NHL teams during his tenure. He has since retired, and instead of playing hockey, Biz has brought his talent for entertaining sports commentary to TV and radio as an analyst, and also co-hosts the Spittin’ Chiclets podcast for Barstool Sports alongside former NHL defenseman Ryan Whitney.

Finding even more success on TV, radio, and social media than he did on the ice, Biz has become a legend within the world of sports media. You can find Paul Bissonnette’s Twitter here.

Bringing a Winning Attitude to Men’s Health

Despite being booked and busy, Biz Nasty is stepping up with Felix Health to shine a light on one of the most common yet least talked about medical conditions for men — erectile dysfunction (ED).

In fact, with the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation putting the statistic at roughly 50% of men living in Canada, ED is a condition that affects a lot more people than you think.

With Biz and his winning ED attitude on our team, Felix is doubling down on our efforts to bring awareness and normalcy to this condition and help to deliver treatment discreetly to your doorstep.

“Thanks to Felix, I can get prescription ED treatments online, quietly. So, no one has to know.”
– Paul ‘Biz Nasty’ Bissonnette

Taking Shots at Outdated Stigmas

Arguably, one of the most challenging aspects of ED for men to deal with is the embarrassment and awkwardness they feel. Not only in the bedroom, but a lot of men are nervous to talk to a medical professional about what ED treatment options might be available to help.

Paul Bissonnette and Felix are working to break down these outdated stigmas to help men realize they’re not alone, and that there are effective treatment options available to manage ED symptoms.

However, the reality is that most people still don’t want to announce their ED symptoms in a crowded waiting room or advertise that they’re getting treatment. Felix’s online visits and discreet delivery system remove the need to take these issues to the doctor’s office or the pharmacy. You can complete an assessment at your convenience, and a practitioner will provide a diagnosis and treatment options that you can access from the comfort of your own home.

“Now I’m playing for longer than I ever have. Not a big deal.”
– Paul ‘Biz Nasty’ Bissonnette

Join Felix & Score a Win for Your Health

If you’re struggling with symptoms of erectile dysfunction (ED), Biz Nasty wants you to know that asking for help is ‘not a big deal’ and that Felix can provide judgment-free care that works for your lifestyle.

To get started, just complete an online assessment. Then, one of our healthcare practitioners will be happy to evaluate your health, medical history, and current symptoms to see what ED treatment options might be right for you.

With Felix in your corner, you can take back control of your sex life, so that you can get back to living life on your terms — the way it should be.

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