What is it?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is one of the most common sexual disorders among males.
ED can be attributed to several causes, both psychological and physiological. One of the most common causes of ED is vascular erectile dysfunction, which is the limited or restricted blood flow to the penile tissue.
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) has long been used for the treatment of vascular erectile dysfunction. The treatment involves applying low-intensity shock waves to different regions of the penis. This stimulates the creation of new blood vessels and improves blood flow in
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive, clinically safe,
painless, and effective procedure for erectile dysfunction.
[BASED ON RESEARCH, IT IS NOT YET FDA-APPROVED SO WE CAN’T CLAIM THAT HERE]
No. During the treatment, a small wand-like device that uses targeted sound waves stimulate penile tissue and prompts blood flow. The low-intensity shockwaves emitted can also encourage new growth of blood vessels and improve blood flow in the penis, both of which are essential for erections. No anesthesia is required and the clients can return to their daily activities immediately after the procedure.
This procedure treats erectile dysfunction or the inability to achieve and maintain penile erection firm enough for sexual intercourse.
Many patients report improvement of their ability to achieve an erection within a few weeks of treatment.
Yes, there is no expected downtime for this procedure and the clients can return to their daily activities immediately.
None. This treatment option has virtually no risks or side effects