Treating Erectile Dysfunction with Low-Intensity Shockwave Therapy

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a condition that affects many men in many different ways. Maintaining a healthy sexual relationship is an essential component of overall health and wellness, and ED can get in the way. At Midtown Urology, we offer comprehensive treatment for erectile dysfunction and can help you return to a healthy and active sex life. If you happen to be someone who has erectile dysfunction, you have likely tried everything. Pills, pumps, and shots are all common methods for treating erectile dysfunction, but we have a new solution for you. Continue reading to find out if Low-Intensity Shockwave Therapy is right for you! 

Wave Goodbye to Erectile Dysfunction

Low-intensity shockwave therapy (LISWT) has been used for years for wound, and damaged ligament healing. It wasn't until the past decade that doctors began using it to treat patients with erectile dysfunction. 

Who is this for?

LISWT is best for patients who have ED caused by inadequate blood flow to the penis. Erections require sufficient blood flow to the penis, and several conditions such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes can lead to erectile dysfunction. This treatment is associated with the growth of new blood vessels and brings stem cells to the penis. It uses regenerative technology for a proactive approach to your erectile dysfunction.  

What should I expect?

While you may feel some pressure, LISWT does not cause any pain. Your provider will use a wand-like device to deliver shockwaves directly to the penis. Typically, only a few weeks of treatment are needed. Each session lasts around 20 minutes and does not require any anesthesia or produce any major side effects.

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