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Erectile Dysfunction/ Peyronie's

Having difficulty achieving or sustaining an erection?  You are not alone

A large study in Massachusetts found that 52 percent of men experience some form of ED, and that total ED increases by another 5 to 15 percent between the ages of 40 and 70.

Although the risk of ED increases with age, young men do experience ED.   A study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that ED affected a quarter of all men under the age of 40.

Erectile dysfunction can result from many factors, including painful Peyronie’s disease (see below), aging, low testosterone, underlying medical conditions such as diabetes and peripheral vascular disease, and from prostate surgery. 

Clinical studies have shown that prompt treatment with shockwave therapy following surgical removal of the prostate can dramatically improve the chances of recovering full erectile function.

Until now, the only ED treatments available have been inconvenient and expensive medications and painful injections.

Well, say goodbye to pills and shots. 

More About Erectile Dysfunction/ Peyronie's Disease

Resonant Shockwave is a proven, non-surgical, non-drug treatment for erectile dysfunction.  Many years of research and scientific publications support the use of this painless technology to restore full and lasting erectile function.

Resonant Shockwave uses the STORZ Medical shockwave device to stimulate the growth of new blood vessels and nerve tissue in the penis.  

There is no downtime

In as few as 6 treatment sessions of just 15 to 20 minutes each, the great majority of clients experience firmer and longer-lasting erections. Patients immediately resume normal activities after each session.

Peyronie’s Disease is the result of scar tissue with hardening or calcification that builds up under the skin of the penis over time. Its causes are unknown. Peyronie’s Disease results in a curvature of the penis which can be painful during erection and intercourse. The only existing medical treatment is expensive and requires painful injections into the penis.

Resonant DeepWave© can break down the hardened scar tissue and calcification, relieving the associated pain on erection in just a few treatment sessions.
Each course of treatment is tailored to meet individual needs.

Peyronie’s Disease results in a curvature of the penis which can be painful during erection and intercourse. Most men just live with it and don’t seek care because the only options until recently were surgery or painful injections into the penis.

Forget expensive, painful injections.

A recent review article found a statistically significant reduction in penile pain has been observed across multiple  studies after treatment with shockwave therapy.

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https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/15579883221087532 Am J Mens Health Mar 2022
Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of 16 Randomized Controlled Trials of Clinical Outcomes of Low-intensity Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy in Treating Erectile Dysfunction
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1756287212470696 Ther Adv UrolJan 2013
Shockwave treatment of erectile dysfunction
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S2050052119300071?via%3Dihub Sexual Medicine Reviews science

Read our FAQ’s

Allow for 45-60 minutes for each session. The actual therapy session lasts around 15-20 minutes, and some men are able to get in and out within 30 minutes.

The usual course of therapy is from 6 to 12 sessions, typically with 2 sessions scheduled per week at least 2 days apart.  The total number of sessions depends on the underlying health of the patient, age, medications, and urological surgery history (if any). A treatment schedule can be worked out at the time of the initial consultation.

No.  Most men feel only a vibration that is not painful. Some men who have concurrent Peyronie’s Disease, a painful curvature of the penis, may require numbing cream prior to the treatment.  The cream takes about 20 minutes to act and then wears off after a couple of hours. There is no residual pain or tenderness. 

A full course of therapy can be expected to last a year or more.  Some men only require an occasional treatment session to maintain the benefits experienced after the initial course of therapy. 

Yes, we frequently treat men whose enlarged prostate causes them to partially void, necessitating frequent trips to the bathroom and sleep interruption.  These treatments differ from ED and Peyronie’s treatments in that shockwaves are directed at the perineum to stimulate urine flow and obtain more complete urinary voiding. 

We offer package pricing discounts based on the number of treatment sessions required and any other therapies you might want to include.  We can also arrange for financing through a third party. HSAs may be used to pay for the service.

Yes, our therapists are experienced with the treatment of ED as a result of prostate surgery.  In general, the sooner after surgery treatment can begin, and combined with medical therapy, the better the result.  The actual treatment is the same as normal ED therapy. 

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