ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION TREATMENT
We are one of the only clinics in Arizona to use Acoustic Wave Therapy, a clinically studied therapy for E.D.
Our clinic is one of the only clinics in Arizona that uses the breakthrough technology called Acoustic Wave Therapy. Acoustic Wave Therapy addresses the underlying cause of erectile dysfunction – impaired blood vessels and poor blood flow. As men get older, the blood vessels that supply blood to the penis begin to close up and decay.
Our procedure uses acoustical, pulsating sound waves to aid the penis and penis area. The gentle pulsating waves can open up existing blood vessels and stimulate the growth of new blood vessels. This may lead to improved blood flow to this sensitive area. The result? Potentially increased sensitivity and stronger, longer lasting, more natural, and spontaneous erections.
WHY WAVE PROTOCOL?
Men have reported improved sexual performance and positive results after receiving treatment. Men who have received these treatments reported much stronger and longer-lasting erections.
This therapy is based on extensive clinical research.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Most men with erectile dysfunction are candidates for shockwave therapy treatment. The treatment is great for men who have not responded to oral medications or who are unable to take oral medications. Whether your ED is mild or severe, shockwave therapy has been shown to help.
WHAT IS THE TREATMENT LIKE?
The Acoustic Wave Therapy treatment is quick, fairly painless and easy. It is an outpatient procedure that takes 25 minutes or less. You’ll be able to go home as soon as it’s done and most men plan sexual activity for as early as that same evening.
The medical technician will position the machine over the penile shaft and adjust the machine during treatment to ensure the largest area possible is treated. Generally, you’ll undergo six treatments over several weeks but every patient is different. The medical provider may recommend more or fewer treatments. You will feel only mild discomfort during the procedure. Patients report only feeling slight vibrations with no recovery time of any kind.