Shockwave for ED
Since ancient times a man’s virility and ability to procreate has been a defining symbol of masculinity and success, enshrined in art, folklore and mythology. That’s why Shockwave for ED (Erectile Dysfunction) is so important.
Whilst the demands of a modern lifestyle may be different, the emotional and psychological impact of losing the ability to having spontaneous and firm erections and satisfying sex is as devastating today as at any time in history.
Erectile dysfunction can have a demoralising effect on a man’s confidence, his ability to develop and maintain relationships and sense of wellbeing across both his personal and business life. Many men suffer a gradual decline in their erections, desperately trying to convince themselves it is not happening to them.
But unlike ancient times, the latest revolutionary shockwave for ED treatment allows many men to be treated and regain their ability to renew intimacy and enjoy spontaneous sex again. The biggest hurdle for most men will having the confidence to face up to their problem and seeking confidential advice from a shockwave for ED professional.
There has been substantial research into the efficacy of shockwave for ED and no side-effects during or after the therapy have been noted. Shockwave therapy for ED is natural, non-invasive and permanent and the benefits can be experiences by many men within a few weeks of starting treatment.
In a study published in 2014 to demonstrate that penile shockwave application in patients with erectile dysfunction (ED) of vascular origin leads to a greater increase in potency than in the control group. The researchers, concluded:
“This study has shown that 59% of patients with ED of organic origin be treated alone by Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy compared to the placebo group. At 24-week follow-up 12 patients (28.2%) still belonged to category 3- 4. The study showed the same response in the placebo group when it was treated with active ESWT. Treatment is patient friendly and has no side effects.”
You can download a copy of this research: Treatment of erectile dysfunction with Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT). A prospective, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study by following the link.