Have you tried any of the following only to have them not work?
YOU MAYBE A CANDIDATE FOR PAINLESS GAINSWave® or SHOCKWave THERAPY!
Shockwave Therapy is a painless in-office procedure. It is a revolutionary new technique to treat erectile dysfunction. Shockwave Therapy uses energy from acoustic waves to trigger a process called neovascularization in certain parts of the body. When neovascularization occurs, new blood vessels form. This helps improve blood flow to the region. This type of therapy has been used to help heart patients, people with kidney stones, and those with fractures and joint inflammation.
Erectile Dysfunction Relief
Over 50% of men will have some degree of erectile dysfunction in their lifetime, most commonly caused by poor blood flow. GAINSWave® therapy opens existing blood vessels and creates new blood vessels in the penis, resulting in increased blood flow creating potent and long lasting erections.
Peyronie’s Disease Treatment
Peyronie’s Disease is a condition where scar tissue develops under the skin of the penis and can result in an abnormal curvature of the penis, painful erections, and often ED. GAINSWave® therapy addresses all aspects of Peyronie’s Disease.
Sexual Performance & Maintenance
If you are a man over the age of 30, chances are, you are not performing quite the way you used to in your 20s. However, with GAINSWave®, benefits include stronger erections, decreased recovery time between orgasms, increased sensitivity, and a boost your confidence.
Clinical trials of Shockwave Therapy for ED have had encouraging results. The process has been well tolerated by patients. Many men have found that their erections have improved and they are able to have intercourse. Men with more severe ED may still need to take ED medication in addition to having Shockwave Therapy.
Effects of Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy on Erectile Dysfunction: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
Low intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction: a study in an Indian population.
Low-Intensity Shockwave Therapy Improves Hemodynamic Parameters in Patients With Vasculogenic Erectile Dysfunction: A Triplex Ultrasonography-Based Sham-Controlled Trial.