Acoustic Wave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction

Acoustic Wave Therapy for ED

Sex should be joyful, exciting and gratifying. But it can't be when you're struggling with erectile dysfunction - the inability to gain or maintain an erection firm enough for sex - or from Peyronie's disease - a painful bend in the penis.

If you find yourself googling "can't get hard" or "can only get semi erect" you are far from alone. Whether it's the weak blood circulation of ED, or the injury that typically causes Peyronie's disease - 30 million American men suffer in silence.

Pills, creams, and medical devices don't always give the anticipated effect, and they're anything but convenient. Too often, spontaneity is impossible because you have to take a pill or use a device before sex, and that can kill the thrill you and your partner desire.

Erin understands. She's helped hundreds of men revive their sexual vigor and self-confidence with acoustic wave therapy. This powerful yet painless soundwave technology is engineered to resolve your erectile dysfunction or Peyronie's disease, maxing out your sexual performance and pleasure without medication, surgery, or clunky medical devices. Fast, convenient, and totally discreet, acoustic soundwave therapy is a trailblazing system that's changing men's lives like never before.

The relief you've been seeking is just a few sessions away. Acoustic soundwave therapy is your key to restoring the sexual thrill, satisfaction, and spontaneity you and your romantic partner deserve. Schedule your professional, discrete consultation with Erin in our comfortable Lutz suite today by calling (813) 333-5593 or contact us here.

Causes of erectile dysfunction and Peyronie's disease

Erectile dysfunction

There are many causes of ED. Some are physical, but they can also be psychological. They include:

  • clogged or damaged blood vessels
  • Peyronie's disease
  • penis or prostate injury
  • high cholesterol
  • diabetes
  • obesity
  • high blood pressure
  • multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • alcoholism
  • prostate enlargement
  • certain prescription medications
  • Parkinson's disease and other neurological disorders

Psychological causes include:

  • depression
  • anxiety
  • stress
  • relationship problems
  • low self-esteem
  • unsatisfactory or stressful sex life

Age doesn't necessarily cause ED. In fact, men of all ages can and do experience ED for a wide variety of reasons, and some men without ED are able to enjoy sex into their 80s. Fortunately, acoustic wave therapy is designed to treat the physical causes without subjecting you to painful and expensive surgery or binding you to a medication regimen.

Peyronie's disease

When scar tissue develops inside the blood vessels of the penis it can cause curved, painful erections. A curved or bent penis isn't necessarily a medical concern (sometimes it develops that way naturally), but Peyronie's disease often causes pain, embarrassment, and ED - preventing you from gaining or maintaining healthy erections and enjoying your sex life.

A single or repeated injury to the penis, whether from sex, sports, or an accident, is usually what causes Peyronie's. But sometimes, no specific penis trauma is responsible. Inflexible internal scar tissue forms and doesn't stretch during erections, causing painful bending. Until recently, few treatments existed to treat Peyronie's - but now, acoustic wave therapy is offering patients a potent yet painless treatment for this undesirable condition.

What is acoustic wave therapy?

Acoustic wave therapy generates low-intensity soundwaves that clear your blood vessels of micro-plaque, maximizing your blood flow and stimulating the growth of new blood vessels in your penis. It also stimulates the growth of new nerve tissue for heightened sensitivity and penis responsiveness - a process known as neurogenesis.

The most exciting result is the triggering of dormant stem cells. These powerful cells activate new cell growth, resulting in strong erections, enhanced enjoyment, and optimized sexual performance.

Acoustic wave therapy is also an exciting way of treating Peyronie's disease. The soundwaves disrupt scar tissue and stimulate healthy new tissue growth, reducing or eliminating the painful penis bend. In time, this scar tissue breaks down and disappears and is replaced with healthy new tissue - eliminating the bend and the discomfort.

Acoustic wave therapy benefits

Unlike ED treatments that merely mask symptoms and give temporary relief, acoustic wave therapy addresses the causes of ED and Peyronie's disease - and in most cases, it offers permanent relief. While pills, creams, and devices have their uses, none can match acoustic wave therapy's ability to restore your sexual confidence and spontaneity while also treating Peyronie's disease.

More benefits include:

  • painless: besides very slight discomfort, our treatments are easily tolerated
  • in-office procedure: no hospital visit, surgery, scarring, anesthesia, or recovery time
  • drug-free: no medication schedule or side effects to worry about
  • fast treatment time: your appointment should take no longer than 30-60 minutes
  • one and done: no pills, creams, or devices to deal with after treatment

Who needs acoustic wave therapy?

This treatment may be effective for men who suffer from erectile dysfunction caused by any number of factors, including Peyronie's disease. It may also power up your erections and enhance sexual performance, alleviating your sexual frustration.

But you don't have to be suffering from a medical condition to benefit. If you've ever wanted to experience more vigorous, satisfying sex by achieving harder and longer-lasting erections, acoustic wave therapy may help. It's like turbocharging a car that's already built for speed - and the results can be just as impressive.

What can I expect from my acoustic wave treatment?

Every one of your treatments is performed in our comfortable private office suite - you'll never be sent to a hospital or outpatient center.

First, you'll remove some of your clothing and lie down in a comfortable position. You may request numbing cream to ensure a painless procedure.

Our Evolution sexual health specialist will then coat the device probe with a special gel and apply it carefully to your penis, focusing on specific areas. The device stimulates the release of special proteins in your penis called growth factors while disrupting micro-plaque deposits in your blood vessels, enhancing blood flow to your penis while activating dormant stem cells and stimulating new cell growth.

Each session typically takes about 30-60 minutes. Erin recommends 6-12 treatment sessions for maximum effect, but she'll discuss your needs and goals before creating your custom treatment plan. Before undergoing this procedure, be sure to discuss your current condition, medical history, any medications you're taking, and your expectations with Erin.

Are there any side effects?

Clinical research into acoustic wave therapy is ongoing, but there are currently no known side effects that require treatment. You may experience slight tingling or discomfort in your penis during or after treatment. This should go away within a day or two.

Severe side effects are extremely rare. These can include: dizziness, lightheadedness, or fainting, nausea and vomiting, extreme pain, bruising, swelling, bleeding or infection.

Though it's very rare, a condition known as priapism can cause severe and irreversible penis damage. If you experience an erection that doesn't subside after sex and lasts for several hours (up to 8) contact our staff or seek emergency medical attention right away.

Reserve your appointment

Sex is more than just recreation - it's a crucial aspect of your life and personality. You and your romantic partner deserve the spontaneity and sexual thrill that helps keep you glowing.

Don't let erectile dysfunction rob you of the pleasures you once enjoyed. Revive your sexual freedom and bliss with acoustic wave therapy for ED or Peyronie's disease. Erin cares, and she's here to help. Reserve your private consultation at our luxurious Lutz office suite today by calling (813) 333-5593 or contact us here.