Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Acoustic Shockwave Therapy?

Acoustic Shockwave Therapy ED is a treatment that uses low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy to improve men’s sexual health. Shockwave therapy is an acoustic wave that repairs existing blood vessels and increases the growth of new blood vessels. This protocol allows the penis to improve and increase blood flow, leading to better quality erections.

How Does Acoustic Shockwave Therapy for ED work?

Acoustic Shockwave Therapy for ED sends acoustic waves into the genitals to trigger a series of biological reactions that result in the release of angiogenic factors. In other words, it repairs existing blood vessels and creates new blood vessels, resulting in improved blood flow. Better blood flow leads to longer, stronger erections and enhanced sexual performance.

What are the benefits of Acoustic Shockwave Therapy for ED?

Acoustic Shockwave Therapy offers the following benefits:
Decreased refractory period
Erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease relief
Harder and fuller erections
Enhanced sexual performance
Improved sensitivity

What is the cost of Acoustic Shockwave Therapy for ED?

The cost of Acoustic Shockwave Therapy depends on the number of treatments needed to give men the full relief from their ED or Peyronie’s disease symptoms or to achieve better sexual health. We recommend 6 to 12 treatments, depending on the severity of symptoms and the patient’s goals. The effects of Acoustic Shockwave Therapy can last up to 2 years, which can save you thousands of dollars on prescription ED medications.

Are the effect temporary?

The science behind Acoustic Shockwave Therapy reveals benefits lasting up to 2 years. However, patients can continue to receive ongoing treatments as part of the Acoustic Shockwave Therapy maintenance protocol. Compounding benefit not only helps maintain the results, but clients have also reported continued improvement and enhanced sexual performance.

Why haven't I heard of Acoustic Shockwave Therapy for ED?

While shockwave therapy has been in Europe for nearly two decades, it’s relatively new in the U.S. and even newer in Canada. This therapy, commercially known as Acoustic Shockwave Therapy, is spreading throughout the U.S. and Canada, making its way onto top media outlets such as Men’s Health and Fox News.

Is it safe?

Acoustic Shockwave Therapy is the safest erectile dysfunction treatment available, as it does not require any surgeries and is non-invasive and drug-free. Throughout the literature on shockwave therapy for ED and Peyronie’s disease, no significant adverse effects have been reported.

Who uses Acoustic Shockwave Therapy for ED?

Acoustic Shockwave Therapy treats erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease symptoms and also is an option for men looking to enhance their sexual performance. Acoustic Shockwave Therapy should not be used on patients with active prostate cancer or with penile implants. Talk to your doctor if you have any of these conditions or are on any anticoagulants.

Are the claims of Acoustic Shockwave Therapy for ED supported with research??

Acoustic Shockwave Therapy protocols were developed from the science of over 30 clinical research studies supporting the effectiveness of shockwave therapy for sexual health. You can read more about those studies here.

How many treatments do I need to improve my sex life?

For the best possible results, Acoustic Shockwave Therapy treatments tend to take between 6 and 12 treatments. However, you may notice some of the effects after 1 or 2 treatments.

How is Acoustic Shockwave Therapy for ED different from other ED/Performance Enhancing Treatments?

Unlike other ED treatments, Acoustic Shockwave Therapy is completely safe and noninvasive. With over 30 studies conducted on shockwave therapy for ED, there have been no major adverse effects reported. Another key differentiator for Acoustic Shockwave Therapy is its long-term effects. By addressing the root cause of ED, reduced blood flow, Acoustic Shockwave Therapy prevents patients from resorting to consistent medication use, painful injections, and/or dangerous surgeries. Couples can now reclaim their sexual spontaneity with lasting results that are not dependent on waiting for a pill’s effects to kick in.

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