Shock Wave Erectile Dysfunction Machine mainly for physical therapy treatment, sports injury and rehabilitation and ED treatments.
ED Shock Wave Therapy Equipment also called Acoustic Wave Therapy Equipment, mainly for physical therapy treatment, sports injury and rehabitation and ed treatment Erectile dysfunction.
Are you missing spontaneity in your sex life,There is a treatment option for erectile dysfunction (ED) that gives long-term improvement and potentially eliminates the need for pills or injections. Significant clinical research has shown Pressure Wave (aka Shock Wave) Therapy to be quite effective.
ED affects as many as 30 million men. Most men have problems with erections from time to time. ED can happen when health problems limit blood flow or damage nerves in the penis. ED can also be caused by stress or emotional reasons. ED can be an early warning of a more serious illness. Heart disease, high blood pressure and high blood sugar can all cause ED. Finding and treating the cause(s) of your ED can help your overall health and well-being.
The principle is that shock waves are applied to the penis through a probe on the skin. It is believed that the shock waves cause mild trauma to the blood vessels, which then release growth factors. These growth factors stimulate the formation of new blood vessels as well as repair of the lining of the existing blood vessels.
it may break up the plaque blocking the blood flow in small vessels, or it may cause stem cells to migrate to the area, which then create new blood vessels.
(Low Intensity- Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy) is a relatively new, painless method for treatment of ED. It has been proven, in the past 10 years, to be very effective in improving ED in most men.
The extraordinary feature of LI-ESWT is that it is the first potential non-surgical curative treatment for ED. LI-ESWT treatment potentially improves a man’s sexual functioning whenever he is sexually active. This may allow him to get and maintain a good erection without requiring an immediate intervention, or improve his function so that he can use a less invasive method to be successful.
|How long do the results of treatment last?|
|There is no good, long-term data yet, but it appears that most treatments last at least 1-2 years.|
|Do the treatments hurt?|
|Most patients describe only a mild buzzing sensation during treatment|
|How many treatments would I need?|
|There are a total of twelve treatments, spread out over nine weeks. Each treatment lasts for approximately 10-15 minutes.|