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Shock wave treatment for urological pain therapy and erectile dysfunction.

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What is ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

If you are dealing with ED, you are not alone: nearly one in every four men over sixty years of age will experience some degree of erectile dysfunction. Younger men often struggle with ED as well. By taking the time to become involved in discussing ED, you’ve made an important first step in finding a solution to Erectile Dysfunction. There’s a lot to learn and many options to consider, so let’s get started.

FREE ONLINE ASSESSMENT FORM

Fill this form if you think you may have ED

TREATMENTS

P-Shot Therapy

Does the Priapus Shot® (P-shot®) for ED Really Work?

The P Shot is a revolutionary FDA-approved treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED). Unlike Viagra and medications like it, penile implants, penile injectables, and hormones, the P-SHOT® can create new blood vessels to the penis.

Thousands of patients have undergone the P-SHOT® treatment and consistently report improved erectile performance, including less difficulty achieving and maintaining an erection. The P-SHOT® uses growth factors in your blood to stimulate the healing process in your penis, helping make new blood vessels. Many patients also notice an increase in firmness, and an increase of penis length or girth. The P-SHOT® can be used to treat all ages of men suffering from erectile dysfunction and those who are concerned with blood flow to their penis.

Penile Therapy

VACUUM THERAPY WITH PENIS PUMP FOR ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION – DOES IT WORK?

Several treatments are available to men affected by ED. Some of them involve chemicals, drugs, or surgery. But there are less invasive alternatives as well. The ED penis pump is a device that mimics the body’s natural erection mechanism. How does a penis pump work? Is it easy to use? Is it effective?

A penis pump is a vacuum erection device (VED). It consists of a transparent cylinder, negative pressure device (pump head), and tension systems (constriction ring). The cylinder is placed over the penis and air is pumped out of the cylinder. The penis pump creates a vacuum around the penis with an airtight seal at the base. The negative pressure causes blood to flow into the organ. The blood fills the two chambers called corpora cavernosa, making the penis expand and become erect. A constriction (tension) ring is then placed at the base of the penis to prevent the blood from flowing out to maintain the erection.

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

If you are dealing with ED, you are not alone: nearly one in every four men over sixty years of age will experience some degree of erectile dysfunction. Younger men often struggle with ED as well. By taking the time to become involved in discussing ED, you’ve made an important first step in finding a solution to Erectile Dysfunction. There’s a lot to learn and many options to consider, so let’s get started.

What is Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction

There are different ways to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). Shockwave therapy, also known as Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (LIESWT) is becoming a popular and promising drug-free alternative for ED. It has been supported by many studies that have turned up encouraging results.

TREATMENT

Penile Revascularization Therapy

Erectile Dysfunction

Induratio Penis Plastica

Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

The Art of SHOCK WAVE

Physics and Technolog

Today, extracorporeally generated shock waves and pres sure waves are used in the most diverse medical disciplines. Depending on the specific type of application, one speaks of extracorporeal shock wave therapy (EMT) or— in the field of urology — of extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (SWL).

The non-invasive therapy procedure dates back to the 1960s when the idea emerged to generate shock waves extracor poreally and then transmit them into the body to disintegrate

What makes shock waves so successful in medical applications.

Shock waves have been an integral part of the spectrum of medical therapies in many specialist fields since as long ago as 1980.

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