You have or your partner has Erectile Dysfunction (ED). You know all about the medications – pills, injections, and suppositories – and you don’t want anything to do with them. Now there’s an innovative technology called Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction. But, does it work? Your doctor is telling you ‘yes,’ but you want proof. Here’s your proof. Many research studies have been undertaken in recent years and they have shown that Shockwave Therapy works for ED. Here’s a summary of what they say.

Between 2005 and 2015, there were 14 studies conducted with 833 patients. The studies found that Shockwave Therapy was effective for men with moderate Erectile Dysfunction. Those with severe cases benefitted some, but not as much as those with moderate ED. Overall, it was proven that Shockwave Therapy can last for at least three months.

 

Also, from 2005 but until 2017, there were nine other studies on the efficacy of Shockwave Therapy for ED. There were 637 patients with ED used for the study. These studies proved that Shockwave Therapy was highly effective for men with Erectile Dysfunction.

In addition, from January 2010 to June 2018, a study was conducted to prove that Shockwave Therapy works for ED. Those men with moderate and/or severe Erectile Dysfunction that received the treatment reported great improvement with getting and keeping an erection.

Is Shockwave Therapy Safe for Erectile Dysfunction?

You must be wondering, at this point, if Shockwave Therapy is safe for Erectile Dysfunction. Your doctor is telling you ‘yes,’ but again, you want proof. Rightfully so. Here’s what you need to know that the treatment is safe for ED.

A study is being conducted by The University of Miami with 120 men ages 30 to 70 years old with Erectile Dysfunction. They are being tested for the safety of Shockwave Therapy for ED. The study, although not complete yet, is preliminarily reporting that Shockwave Therapy is safe for Erectile Dysfunction. Past studies, although relatively new, also have shown that the treatment is safe.

Is Shockwave Therapy Right for You?

If you or your partner suffer from Erectile Dysfunction, you want to explore all the treatment options before you make up your mind. In just the past five years, Shockwave Therapy has been promoted widely in the United States and has shown to be very effective. It’s a new state-of-the-art technology so your concerns are understood. The argument for you using Shockwave Therapy is the following:

The scientific proof that Shockwave Therapy is effective and safe is out there. You know you don’t want to use the pills, injections or suppositories already. Your doctor is recommending it. All the pluses and benefits of using the treatment will point you in the right direction. If you want to get your sexual vigor back, Shockwave Therapy could be your answer. Call us today or complete the enclosed form to get further details if you still have any questions or concerns.

Penis With Erectile Dysfunction before Shockwave therapy                                                                                         Penis After Shockwave Therapy

Disclaimer

The use of low-intensity shockwave therapy or PowerWave is not FDA approved to cure, combat, prevent, or reverse erectile dysfunction. PowerWave and its parent corporation, Modern Therapy LLC, cannot be liable for any complications from using this therapy. The treatments are all off label and any complications are the responsibility of each individual provider or group of providers.

This document and the information featured on it is not to be used as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. PowerWave makes no guarantees, warranties or express or implied representation of curing erectile dysfunction or with regard to the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, comparative or controversial nature of usefulness of any information contained or referenced on this document. Individual results may vary. Health-related information, opinions and research change frequently; therefore information contained on this document may be outdated, incomplete, or incorrect.