It's believed the findings of the Health and Disability Commission over sexual dysfunction treatment uncovers a larger issue.
The commission's released its findings into the care provided to four men by the Advanced Medical Institute, which provides treatment for sexual dysfunction.
They were recommended the medical treatment without clinical assessment and in some cases were given a prescription from an Australian-based doctor over the phone.
Medical director at Men's Health Trust Dr Graeme Washer says it isn't an isolated case.
"Unfortunately they are not the only people in this area praying on the embarrassment and the lack of understanding of the issues of men."
Mr Washer says many clinics that advertise themselves as places which care for men, are primarily money-making businesses.