The same shockwave therapy that your doctor prescribes for your kidney stones and your child’s foot injury in soccer, can now help you with mild to moderate erectile dysfunction (ED) and Peyronie’s Disease. Urologists use this non-invasive medical treatment for patients who wish to avoid invasive treatments or who do not do well on medication. European doctors first used the method, but US doctors now prescribe shockwave therapy, too.
Some sources still consider shockwave therapy an experimental treatment, but research has shown its efficacy. It isn’t yet known if it works over the long-term nor if it could replace or combine with other ED treatments. The evidence thus far shows that shockwave therapy helps about 75 percent of the patients who undergo it. They no longer require oral or injectable medicines to achieve an erection.
How Does It Work?
Shockwave therapy improves blood flow to the penis. The treatment consists of a series of high frequency, but low-intensity shock waves that help repair damaged blood vessels. The shockwaves also remove micro-plaque. You won’t need a local anesthetic nor medication to numb the area treated. The pain-free treatment takes about 15 to 20 minutes.
Depending on your health and the situation, you may require six to 12 treatments.
What Results Can You Expect?
Undergoing shockwave therapy can create numerous benefits that improve sexual function. These include the following improvements to sexual performance:
- Harder erections,
- Improved hardening of the penis,
- Enhanced penial sensitivity,
- Less time between orgasms,
- Increased sexual spontaneity.
Although it isn’t a medical benefit, a successful treatment for ED can boost your confidence.
Who Can Undergo Shockwave Therapy?
Nearly any male with ED can undergo this treatment. As long as you have reached the age of 18 and you are male, you can use shockwave therapy. Doctors documented the efficacy of treatment up to the age of 70 in patients. If you’re older than that, speak with your doctor about the possibility of using this treatment in combination with another. Your overall health can contribute to success.
Contact Revived Performance for Men today for more information about your desire for a better, less invasive ED treatment. Call us at (720) 807-6654 for an appointment and consultation that can help you recover some of the pep you may have lost as your blood vessels aged.