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Erectile Dysfunction Shockwave Therapy (EDSWT)
low-intensity shock waves that have a strong impact on the penis, which has categorized as alternative technology has been made to improve the penis hardness.
discovery and helps to improve blood circulation within the blood vessels in the penis to improve erection.
By using low-intensity shock waves with external shocks on the penis, and when these waves reach the blood vessels in the penis that would work to stimulate the performance of the erection and help to the vitality of the erection and maintain the size of the penis and actually lead to more effective.
In some cases, patients with erectile dysfunction and non-response to medication the shock waves can help.
Helps improve and enhance sexual performance.
has not experienced any pain or side effects during and after treatment.
The treatment of shock waves has been very effective as a non-surgical innovation to find a solution and reduce ED.
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• It does not take too long term in treatment over the course of sessions to be determined during diagnosis.
• There are no side effects and does not require anesthesia.
• Treatment can be repeated without risk.
Picture : Structure of the penis
Shock wave therapy LI-EDSWT
Shock wave therapy is an effective and long-term treatment for Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome, Peroni’s Disease and Erectile Dysfunction. Scientific studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of focused shock waves for this penile organ.
The effectiveness of this equipment is determined by the modern collision waves by the individual selections group, dynamic and strong energy and the therapeutic depth of focus can be selected. Deep areas can be handled easily, with great emphasis making it easy to reach these areas with high accuracy.
Low-Density Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy. A low intensity outside the body has been studied to treat shock waves on a large scale and large double-blind studies are being conducted to investigate their potential to treat erectile dysfunction in different cohorts. Studies are recorded with the National Institutes of Health. More than 19 studies involving shock waves therapy have been recorded and are listed here. Treatment is currently approved in more than 20 countries and several clinics around the world.
Low-intensity shock wave therapy is out-of-body shock wave therapy is a novel technique that has been recently developed to treat erectile dysfunction. Unlike other current treatment options for Ed, all palliative in nature, Li-EDSWT is unique in that it aims to restore erectile mechanism in order to enable natural erection or spontaneously. The results of the basic scientific experiments provided evidence that Li-EDSWT stimulates cellular microtrauma, which in turn stimulates the release of vascular factors and subsequent vasculitis of the treated tissues. Clinical out-of-body shock wave therapy has been investigated and applied in many medical fields with varying degrees of success. High-intensity shock wave therapy is used to break up the stones because of its destructive mechanical nature. Medium-intensity shock waves have anti-inflammatory properties and are used to treat a wide range of bone conditions, such as non-syndromic fractures, tendonitis, and bursitis.
In contrast, Li-EDSWT has the properties of blood vessels and is therefore used in the management of chronic wounds, peripheral neuropathy, and in cardiac blood vessels. As a result of these characteristics, we began a series of experiments evaluating the effect of Li-EDSWT on the cavernous tissue of patients with ED. The results of our studies, which also included double control blind control, confirm that Li-EDSWT generates a significant clinical improvement of erectile function and significantly improves penis blood dynamics without any adverse effects. Although more extensive research is needed, Lee-EDSWT has created a new standard of care for men with ed vascular sclerosis.
Current non-surgical methods of management of erectile dysfunction consist mainly of oral phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitors of intracranial injection of vasodilators. These treatments are very effective and are reasonably safe without undesirable or negative effects. However, they all share the same main drawback: they do not change the pathophysiology underlying the erectile mechanism. These treatments are usually taken upon request, prior to intercourse, and their effect is basically limited in time. Although daily management rather than on-demand treatment may address some of these problems.
It still does not modify the pathophysiology of the erection process. Moreover, the evidence that its effect on erectile tissue is very long lasting and very limited. At present, only a few men with ED can offer treatment that would restore erectile function spontaneously. This group includes those who will benefit from different lifestyles or modification of the medication system, those who can be treated from related endocrine disorders, or those with vascular endotracheal who will benefit from microvascular surgery. Most patients with ED depend on their treatment to maintain their sexual function. Providing treatment for men with ED who are rehabilitative or even therapeutic and enabling them to spontaneously regain them spontaneous sexual activity with normal intimacy and without adverse effects is a medical objective. Recently, data from many studies have accumulated that this target can most likely be through low-intensity out-of-body shock wave therapy (Li-EDSWT). This review is designed to summarize the background
Scientific ED is the underlying effect of this energy, as well as recent clinical evidence of its effectiveness in patients with medication.
Coincidence waves are sound waves that carry energy and when deployed via a medium, can be targeted and concentrated in an expanded manner to influence a distant selected anatomical area.
When Li-EDSWT is applied to a organ, the relatively low frequency (SOF) is relatively weak after the interaction with the targeted deep tissue is focused.
• The use of Shock Wave Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction takes 30 minutes for treatment, adjusting for the convenience of the therapist. (Faster results than standard techniques that require 6-12 sessions)
• No anesthesia or sedatives before treatment
• You can return to normal activities immediately.