Long-lasting, painless, drug-free treatment for erectile dysfunction. Acoustic Shockwave Therapy is the premium option for erectile dysfunction treatment. ESWT for ED uses pulses of acoustic sound waves to open existing blood vessels and create new ones,
resulting in a stronger, longer, and better erection.
Acoustic Shockwave Therapy therapy is a series of simple in-office procedures that are non-invasive, drug-free, and surgery-free.
As men age, blood vessels in the penis deteriorate and fill with micro-plaque. The damage, coupled with micro-plaque, makes it difficult for the blood vessels to supply the proper amount of blood for a healthy erection.
For decades, scientists in Europe have been using pulsed acoustic waves known as shockwave therapy to assist men with erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease.
This therapy, commercially known as Acoustic Shockwave Therapy, is a form of shockwave therapy that applies those sound waves to the penis, which break up micro-plaque, open existing blood vessels, and stimulate the growth of new blood vessels.
Acoustic Shockwave Therapy addresses the cause of erectile dysfunction and has been shown to provide
effective and long-lasting relief and enhanced sexual performance.
While acoustic wave therapy is known to be safe and effective, it’s still important to consult with a certified Acoustic Shockwave Therapy provider.
Certified providers have completed a training course and have experience in men’s sexual health and related issues.
Here at Oakwood Health, we complete a full
evaluation of your symptoms and any associated conditions to determine if Acoustic Shockwave Therapy is right for you.
Acoustic Shockwave Therapy is available at our Oakwood Health clinics. Treatment typically takes 6 to 12 treatment sessions, with each session taking between 15 to 20 minutes to complete. This non-invasive, drug-free therapy requires no downtime with no major adverse effects. You may experience redness or mild irritation that last for a few hours. Many men experience improvement following their first few treatment sessions.