Q & A
Wave Therapy is non-invasive procedure that stimulates new blood vessel growth in the penis, which is essential for a firm, long lasting and spontaneous erection.
Most man with erectile dysfunction is a candidate for Acoustic Wave Therapy treatment. The treatment is an encouraging option for men who have not responded to pharmaceutical remedies or are experiencing negative side effects. Whether your ED is mild or more severe, Acoustic Wave Therapy may be able to benefit you.
Additionally, some men use Acoustic Wave Therapy for sexual performance enhancement to increase firmness and sensation.
Clinical evidence shows that Acoustic Wave Therapy generates a significant clinical improvement of erectile function, as well as improvement in penile blood flow without adverse effects. Meta-analysis studies show that it has the capability to significantly help in the treatment of erectile dysfunction.
– Improved erectile function
– Enhanced sexual performance
– Increased stimulation
– More spontaneous erections
– Improved satisfaction and orgasm
Yes. The FDA registered technology was developed in Europe and is currently being used in the US for the repair and treatment of soft tissue and improved blood circulation. It is non-invasive with no needles, drugs or surgery.
The first step is to set up a consultation with our medical provider. He will evaluate your current condition and perform some simple tests.
The treatment consists of a total of six or more 20 minute sessions (over a 3 week period) in our Tampa office. The treatment is not painful, but for more sensitive patients we offer a temporary numbing cream.
Immediately after treatment. There is no recuperation time required.
Our staff is sensitive to the nature of the issue. We only treat men and have an all male staff. Our scheduling is geared to get you in and out with a focus on your privacy and confidentiality.
It is not covered by medicare, but some insurance companies may cover this type of treatment. We’ll provide you with the appropriate paperwork to submit to your insurance provider. Most providers will likely not cover Acoustic Wave Therapy.