Shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction
Shockwaves Have Blood Vessel Stimulating Effects
50% of men over the age of 40 suffer erection problems – if untreated it will not go away.
Most men suffering from erectile dysfunction have vascular problems affecting the vessels that supply blood to the cavernous body of the penis, resulting in a decreased ability to develop and maintain an erection. The end result is an inadequate blood-flow followed by premature draining of an already reduced amount of blood from the cavernous body, meaning an erection is not achieved.
How does shockwave therapy work?
The treatment involves low-intensity shockwaves (similar to ultrasound waves) being transmitted onto the treatment area on the patient’s body. These shockwaves accelerate the body’s self-healing process, stimulating the treated tissues to grow new micro blood vessels, resulting in improved erection performance.
What type of shockwave is used?
The Fitzwilliam Private Clinic exclusively uses the Storz Duolith SD1 Ultra shockwave technology which has already successfully treated the ED problems of thousands of patients around the world.
STORZ MEDICAL AG
Based in Switzerland, STORZ Medical AG was founded in 1987 as part of the STORZ group of companies. Their physicians and engineers are focused on the development and improvement of Shockwave technology, especially in treating ED and sexual impotence.
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When I think about the months, the years I wasted before looking for treatment... it was absurd to have put myself through all of that.
Sean, 52 - Roscommon