Do you suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED) and want to improve your sexual performance without surgery or medication? Shockwave therapy – also known as acoustic wave therapy (AWT) – could be the solution you’ve been looking for. This non-invasive, painless, and drug-free treatment sends pressure waves to lower skin tissue layers through a series of acoustic pulses.
How It Works
A small handheld device is used to run gentle sound waves along the skin of the penis. These painless waves penetrate the skin to break up plaque within blood vessels, increasing blood flow to the area. This treatment addresses the root cause of ED, rather than just the symptoms. Low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy (LI-ESWT) results in erections that are stiffer and longer-lasting than before. It even stimulates the growth of new blood vessels and nerve tissue, enhancing the penis’s sensitivity and increasing sexual pleasure.
What It Treats
Shockwave has been used to treat ED and Peyronie’s disease (curved, painful erections) and can improve a man’s sexual performance overall. Over time, the blood vessels required for erectile function can become clogged or even begin to collapse. Most men require assistance to achieve and sustain an erection, and Shockwave offers a long-lasting solution to this common problem.
Skip the Little Blue Pill
Oral medications for ED are often only a temporary fix for symptoms. Break free from the dependence on pills and enjoy the freedom from side effects that range from unpleasant to deadly. Studies show that the vast majority of men with ED who were treated with sound wave therapy saw an improvement in sexual performance, and 80% reversed the condition entirely!
Discover how Shockwave can help bring spontaneity back to your love life.
Stop relying on pills and dealing with the accompanying side effects. Regain your confidence and live your life with the vigor and vitality you used to have. Contact the health and wellness professionals at Serenity Health Care Center and ask about Shockwave therapy for ED. Call us at your Serenity Health Care Center, or request your appointment online, or sign up for a consultation now.