GAINSWave™ for ED Treatment / Erectile Dysfunction and Male Enhancement December 17 2016, 0 Comments

You have no doubt heard about the many “male enhancement” and ED Treatments available today. You may have even tried some of them.

Despite recent headlines about the dubious, and in some cases, dangerous nature of many of these products, advertisements for countless pumps, pills, and powders offering to add inches or stamina to your penis continue.

Do any of them work?

Basically, no. But before we discuss that, let’s take a look at the truth about the average size of a man’s penis. Clinically speaking, a small penis is one that is less than 3 inches. The average penis size is 3 – 5 inches when flaccid, and 5-7 inches when erect. Most men who think they have a small penis, are actually more likely to be average, or even above average.

However, that has not stopped “Male Enhancement” from becoming a multi-billion dollar industry. However, most of these products are dubious at best, and dangerous at worst!

CNN Investigates

A recent CNN investigative report found that many so-called “male enhancement” supplements actually contained prescription ED drugs like Viagra.

That same CNN report stated that in 2012, a supplement called Rock Hard for Men was found to contain both a counterfeit version of the ED medication Cialis in combination with a diabetes drug called glyburide. Years earlier, that same combination of drugs was found in sexual supplements that had been linked to the deaths of dozens of men in China.

This does not mean that all sexual supplements are worthless, or dangerous, but, consumers should approach the use of them with caution. As with any dietary supplements, stick with well-known or name brands that clearly list all of their ingredients. Beware of outrageous claims, and as with most things, follow your instincts. If something sounds too good to be true – you are probably right!

Shockwave Therapy for Male Enhancement – The GAINSWave™

If you want true, medically-proven male enhancement, there are some remarkable, safe and effective treatments available. One such treatment uses pulsed-waves to improve sexual performance.erectile dysfunction treatment - gains wave

Blood vessels in the penis tend to constrict, or close-up overtime.

Dr. Retzler and HormoneSynergy have introduced a new Erectile Dysfunction Treatment male enhancement treatment called the GAINSWave™.

The GAINSWave™ is a drug free and completely non-invasive. It can help men with erectile dysfunction or ED, but it also can help any man who is seeking male enhancement, or an improved sex life!*

The GAINSWave™ uses something technically knowns as “extracorporeal shock wave therapy,” or “ESWT.” ESWT improves blood flow to the penis by unclogging existing blood vessels and encouraging the growth of new blood vessels. Those dual effects result in significantly increased blood flow to the penis, which leads to bigger and longer lasting erections.*

ESWT also triggers the release of unique “growth proteins” in the penis. These growth factors can repair old blood vessels that have decayed or become blocked over time, and also lead to the formation of new blood vessels and the rejuvenation of erectile tissue.*

These healing factors can also “wake up” dormant stem cells in the penis, which can lead to the growth of new tissue, and actually increase penis size! This is especially true when the GAINSWave™ can be combined with other clinically proven male enhancement techniques, like the P-shot. The P-shot uses platelet rich plasma, or PRP to provide medical male enhancement.*

As compared to other erectile dysfunction treatments , this ED Treatment in Portland is non-invasive, has little or no-known side effects, and provides results that can last for up to 2 years or more!*

Call 503-230-7990 and ask to speak with our clinic director Daniel to determine if GAINSWave™ Therapy is your solution for erectile dysfunction and performance issues.

*Please be advised that the statements above and on this informational website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.