Low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy for Erectile Dysfunction in Portland, OR
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) is a non-invasive therapy which originated in Europe during the early 1990s. Typically used to relieve musculoskeletal issues, shock wave therapy has evolved to have many applications over the years, and recently has been utilized to provide improved erectile function for patients suffering from erectile dysfunction. In contrast to short-term solutions offered by popular mainstream ED medications (like Viagra® and Cialis®), which often create dependency, shock wave therapy for ED provides lasting results.
Low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy, one such application, is an advanced treatment which has transformed shock wave therapy to provide ED relief as well as the opportunity to increase sexual performance and provide natural male enhancement. You might be interested in the Low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy procedure if you are:
- A man suffering from erectile dysfunction looking for lasting symptom relief.
- A man interested in lasting sexual performance improvement.
- A man interested in natural male enhancement.
To schedule a consultation with a healthcare provider in Portland that offers Low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy, call (503) 230-7990 or contact HormoneSynergy online.
How Does Low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy Work?
Erectile dysfunction is commonly the result of losing adequate blood flow to your penis. The Shockwave Procedure utilizes gently pulsating acoustic waves to naturally stimulate the growth of new blood vessels, increasing blood flow to your penis to return your ability to achieve an erection. Each procedure takes between 20 and 30 minutes and can be completed from the comfort of your healthcare provider’s office. A shock wave device will be applied to your skin, targeting different areas of the penis in order to open existing blood vessels that have become clogged as well as stimulating the growth of new blood vessels. This leads to an overall rejuvenation of erectile tissue, returning optimal function in 80% of men suffering with ED.
Prior to receiving low intensity shock wave therapy, your healthcare provider will conduct a physical exam and ask questions pertaining to your medical history and current state of health in order to determine whether low intensity shockwave therapy is the right option for you. If you suffer from any form of male sexual dysfunction, your healthcare provider will likely recommend between 6 and 12 sessions spaced out over a period that may take between 6 months to a year, depending on the extent of your needs.
Benefits of Low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy.
Typical treatments for erectile dysfunction and male enhancement or performance improvement consist of prescription medications, supplements and invasive surgeries. These options have their limitations as well as their risks. Medication options may provide short-term results at a cost, opening the door to potential side effects such as headaches, body aches, dizziness, vision changes and deterioration, facial flushing and nasal congestion. Additionally, they run the risk of creating pill dependency. More invasive erectile surgeries, on the other hand, run the risk of causing permanent damage to the penis.
Shock wave therapy, in contrast, offers many advantages including:
- It is completely drug- and surgery-free
- It is non-invasive, with little to no side effects
- Each procedure is simple, taking only 20-30 minutes
- The therapy provides lasting results with little to no downtime
- Addresses the primary root cause of your ED: poor blood flow
Low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy treatments support longevity of 2-3 years of optimal erectile function upon completion. In addition to these many advantages, Li-ESWT has been proven to be 2 times more effective than Viagra® and Cialis®. Tired of your average or nonexistent sex life due to loss of erectile function? Reclaim your libido and sexual function! Learn more about erectile dysfunction shock wave therapy from a qualified healthcare provider in Portland offering the procedure.
Call (503) 230-7990 or contact HormoneSynergy online.