Shockwave Therapy For Erectile Dysfunction

If you are suffering from erectile dysfunction also known as ‘ED’ then you are not alone, while still a taboo topic it is quite a common condition that affects men of all ages with a wide range of conditions. The good news is that we are here to help, we can offer a safe and successful treatment that will provide you with results. Our qualified clinicians have a wealth of knowledge and experience in men’s health and are highly trained in focus shockwave therapy, which has been proven to be extremely effective when treating ED. Just get in touch today to find out more.

Focus Shockwave Therapy

Erectile dysfunction occurs when an erection is too weak to penetrate, or when it is not possible to sustain an erection during intercourse.  Erectile dysfunction is caused either by poor vascular blood flow, or a lack in pelvic floor muscles which would otherwise prevent blood flowing out of the penile tissue.  Studies have indicated that focus shockwave therapy is one of the most effective and reliable treatments for erectile dysfunction, helping more than 85% of men with the problem.  While it is possible to use medication to achieve an erection, this only allows a temporary solution for the problem. 


How does it work?

Shockwave therapy works by stimulating the growth of new blood vessels in the smooth muscle of the penis. During vascular erectile dysfunction, the small blood vessels in the corpus carvenosum begin to reduce meaning less filling potential and less functional erection. Shockwaves send mini sonic booms through the tissues, stimulating the release of nitric oxide which starts a chain of events facilitating new blood vessel growth. These new blood vessels will also allow for the development and regrowth of nerve endings improving sensitivity and libido. Shockwave can also treat Pelvic pain, hard flaccid, pudendal neuralgia and Peyronie’s disease.


Benefits of Shockwave


Shockwave Treatment Costs

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