Suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED) is bad enough; it’s embarrassing, for one, it gets in the way of enjoying a healthy sex life (which is essential for a man’s overall well-being) and it’s a constant reminder of how quickly the clock is ticking. Aging is inevitable, but no one wants to be reminded of the shortcomings of getting older.
With all this already taking a toll on a man’s wellness, why add a painful, invasive and time-consuming operation into the mix?
The Options for Erectile Dysfunction Patients
Depending on the cause of the ED, many options include painful injections that go into the penis; oral medications that can have a laundry list of side effects, penis pumps that are hit or miss, or even painful surgeries that require downtime and painful recovery periods.
For men who suffer from symptoms like decreased stamina, loss of libido, inability to achieve a hard erection or achieve an erection at all, or for those that have problems maintaining one, Shockwave Therapy could be the answer. It’s a treatment that can even be effective for patients with Peyronie’s Disease; while results may vary with each individual patient, this non-invasive, painless procedure is a favorite among reputable male enhancement clinics for a number of reasons.
How Does Shockwave Therapy Work?
ShockWave therapy is a treatment used to treat male performance issues and ED. This is a non-surgical, non-invasive procedure that stimulates the blood flow and performance by way of pulse waves.
This method can:
- Enhance erections
- Increase sexual sensation
- Treat ED & Peyronie’s Disease
- Boost overall performance
The method employs pulse waves to stimulate blood flow to the penis as well as the growth of new blood cells. Erections are powered by healthy blood flow. The pulse waves don’t just stimulate active cells, they are also known to help stimulate dormant cells, thus reversing the effects of erectile dysfunction. In some cases, this treatment can even help increase penis size!
The treatments last anywhere between 15-30 minutes and do not cause pain or require anesthesia. It’s the best option for a non-intrusive procedure that helps rectify erectile dysfunction.