Erectile Dysfunction

All men at some point in their lives can have problems to have an erection, especially due to causes such as stress, if they are under the effects of alcohol and/or drugs; and in some cases it can be a symptom of a serious disease. Impotence or erectile dysfunction is the persistent inability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient to carry out a satisfactory sexual intercourse. It is not a one-time event, but is repeated continuously and over a period of time (at least 3 months in a row). It is necessary to differentiate it from other sexual problems, such as lack of desire, ejaculation disorders (premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation and/or absence of ejaculation).

- State of the art Shockwave Treatment
Is the most innovative technique for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. These are low energy waves, different from those used for the fragmentation of kidney stones, which are of high intensity. The main mechanism by which shock waves act is the formation of new blood vessels in the erectile tissue and the enhancement of the relaxation of the vascular endothelium. The difference of shock waves with other treatments is that its effect is long-lasting once all the sessions have been completed, there is even the possibility of solve the problem of erectile dysfunction definitively. While symptomatic treatments (medication, injections, creams, etc.) only act while they are applied... This treatment represents a breakthrough because it is the first one that attacks this problem from the root. Effective, fast and painless. Several studies have confirmed that low intensity shock waves significantly improve erectile function, penile erection hardness and patient satisfaction.

Shock waves are applied directly to the penis without the need for anesthesia; the treatment is brief and painless. The treatment is carried out in several sessions, the ideal to achieve greater effectiveness is between 5 and 6 sessions, once a week. In each session the waves are applied first on the upper part of the penis and then below the scrotum where the root of the corpora cavernosa are located. In this way the shock waves cover the entire length of the erectile tissue. The patient does not require hospitalization or observation period after each session.

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