Shockwave Therapy for Musculoskeletal & Erectile Dysfunction

Shockwave Therapy to Treat Pain

It is a pleasure to share this information about a state-of-the-art solution to a common painful problem. ESWT or Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy will make your life more enjoyable with one simple 18-minute procedure.

Originally developed to dissolve kidney stones, this procedure involves shockwaves, or sound waves, being directed from outside the body and can be directed onto the area of pain. Sending shockwaves into a patient’ treatment area is intended to stimulate the speed up of the body’s own healing process. ESWT is also capable of over-stimulating nerves, reducing sensitivity and pain.

The therapy is applied through a very delicate mechanical action (a sort of micro-massage on cells and tissues), that is able to stimulate certain biological reactions. These reactions include the anti-inflammatory effect, anti-edema and pain in addition to locally improving microcirculation.

Shock wave therapy can effectively treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions. Complaints involving attachment points for tendons and ligaments in major joints such as the plantar fascia, Achilles tendon, shoulder, elbow and knee are common areas for treatment.

The procedure can be painful, and can cause pain immediately following the procedure. Other side effects from ESWT are minor skin bruising, reddening, and swelling around the treated area.

Some people experience no more pain from day one. Most will have noticeable to significant improvement by the thirteenth week. A second treatment after sixteen weeks may be necessary in approximately 20% of patients. As it took time to create the injury, healing also takes time. Total healing of the area can take up to one year.

Insurance does not cover shock wave therapy for pain.

You may need 5-6 treatments weekly. Cost $80 per session, pre payment of $400 for 5 sessions.

Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction

What is shockwave therapy and how might it help men with erectile dysfunction?

Shockwave therapy uses energy from acoustic waves to trigger a process called neovascularization in certain parts of the body. When neovascularization occurs, new blood vessels form. This helps improve blood flow to the region.

This type of therapy has been used to help heart patients, people with kidney stones, and those with fractures and joint inflammation. Recently, scientists have investigated low-intensity shockwave therapy to help men with erectile dysfunction (ED). The sound waves repair aged blood vessels, stimulate growth of new blood vessels and remove decades of micro-plaque.

Blood flow is critical to a man’s erections. When a man is sexually stimulated, arteries widen so that his penis can fill with blood. The blood is what gives the penis the firmness needed for vaginal penetration. A man who has problems with blood flow to the penis may have weaker erections or may be unable to have erections at all.

There are several types of treatments available to men with ED, including pills, vacuum erection devices, and penile injections. However, these therapies are typically conducted on an as-needed basis and may work for only one sexual encounter at a time. Shockwave therapy is different, as it targets the erectile mechanism so that men are more likely to have erections on their own.

To administer shockwave therapy, a clinician applies a probe to the penis, which is coated in a special gel. Different areas of the penis are usually targeted. Treatment sessions may last for fifteen to twenty minutes. Men usually don’t need anesthesia or experience pain, although they might have a tingling sensation in the treated area. This a non-invasive procedure that uses pulse waves to improve blood flow to the penis and to boost sexual performance. It’s a safe and effective treatment that is drug free, surgery free, totally non-invasive, performed in-office and provides long-lasting results.

Clinical trials of shockwave therapy for ED have had encouraging results. The process has been well tolerated by patients. Many men have found that their erections have improved and they are able to have intercourse.

For the procedure: Arrive 30 minutes prior to your initial treatment for the application of a numbing cream. Allow 20-30 minutes for completion of the procedure. You will need 12 sessions. Insurance does not cover this.

Cost: $3000 for 12 sessions, if you get this the Priapism Shot® it will be less.

You will notice the effect within 3-4 weeks. The effect will last 1-3 years.

You do not have to be suffering from ED, or any other medical condition to benefit from shock wave therapy. If you want to perform your best, and satisfy your lover like you may never have before, this procedure will help.

Shock wave will decrease curvature and treat ED from Peyronie’s Disease. The mildly pulsating waves can both reduce the scar tissue of Peyronie’s disease as well as increase blood flow to the penis.