Erectile dysfunction treatments of the past have typically focused on one-time encounters but have done little to improve overall erectile outcomes.
Modern technological advances, such as shockwave treatment for erectile dysfunction, have explored ways to provide treatment directly to the vessels that have an effect on an erection.
Shockwave treatment for ED is a noninvasive method that does not involve erectile dysfunction medication or surgical interventions.
What Is Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction involves the inability to achieve or maintain an erection that is persistent over time. This can be caused by physical conditions including heart issues, metabolic syndrome, neurological disorders, sleep difficulties, vascular problems, scarring of the penis, or disease involving the penis itself.
Psychological issues, such as excessive stress or depression, can also cause ED in some individuals. Someone suffering from any of these conditions could be a candidate for shockwave treatment if erectile dysfunction has developed.
What Is Shockwave Treatment For Erectile Dysfunction?
Neovascularization is the process during which new blood vessels are generated. Shockwave treatment stimulates this process using low-intensity acoustic waves. Once new blood vessels are generated, blood flow to the treatment area can be increased.
Shockwave therapy is not a new medical treatment option since it has been used to improve outcomes in issues with joint inflammation, kidney stones, and heart conditions.
Using a low-intensity version of this therapy to improve erection outcomes, however, has only been gaining popularity recently.
How Does Shockwave Treatment For ED Work?
Shockwave treatment can help individuals suffering from erectile dysfunction by encouraging neovascularization in the penis. Since this type of treatment is noninvasive, it can be completed in a medical office with a local anesthetic such as numbing cream.
Pulsed waves are administered on different areas of the penis over a series of treatments that lasts 20 to 30 minutes a session. The effects can be long-lasting and unlike some pills or other types of therapies, shockwave treatment for erectile dysfunction can help an individual achieve erections on their own.
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Previous treatment methods for ED typically only focused on one sexual encounter at a time, but new targeted treatment methods can provide the opportunity for men with blood flow issues to once again have erections on their own.
If you are curious about your options for erectile dysfunction and want to see if shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction is right for you, contact Arviv Medical Aesthetics today to schedule a consultation at our Ocala, Florida office.
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