Shock wave therapy & ED



Shock wave therapy and Erectile dysfunction (ED)

April 26,2023 by Dr Samreen Asad

Shock wave therapy, also known as low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy (LI-ESWT), is a non-invasive medical treatment that uses low-intensity shock waves to improve blood flow and promote tissue regeneration. In recent years, it has been explored as a potential treatment for sexual issues such as erectile dysfunction (ED) and Peyronie's disease.

During shock wave therapy for sexual issues, a device is used to deliver low-intensity shock waves to the penis. The shock waves stimulate the growth of new blood vessels and nerve tissue, which can improve blood flow and nerve sensitivity in the penis, resulting in improved erectile function.

While shock wave therapy for sexual issues has shown promising results in some studies, its effectiveness and safety are harmless. It is important to note that the treatment is not suitable for everyone, and potential risks and side effects should be discussed with a qualified medical professional.

Overall, if you are experiencing sexual issues, it is important to seek medical advice and explore all available treatment options in our center with a qualified sexologist, including lifestyle changes, medications, and non-invasive therapies like shock wave therapy, to find the best solution for your individual needs.

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common condition in which a man has difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection sufficient for sexual activity. The treatment is typically painless and requires no anesthesia. Patients may require multiple sessions to see the full benefits of the treatment.

Studies have shown promising results with shock wave therapy for ED, with improvements in erectile function reported in up to 99% of patients. The treatment may also improve the quality of erections and reduce the need for medication or other treatments for ED.

Other treatment options may be available, such as oral medications, vacuum devices, or penile injections, depending on the underlying cause of the ED.

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