ED and sexual aging can affect all men and the causes can range from vascular degeneration, medical conditions such as diabetes and blood pressure through to stress or a dependency on pornography. We have successfully treated all types of patient, from around the world and can combine focused shockwave therapy with psychosexual counselling, sexual function exercises and medical dietary guidance.
Many men suffer in silence, mistakenly believing they are in a small minority of sufferers and spend a fraction of what women do on medical and cosmetic treatments. But, if you are one of more than 50% of men between the ages of 40 and 70 who suffer from erectile dysfunction, or a part of a growing number of young men with transient ED, you may be able to regain the ability to have sexual pleasure again.
It is unlikely that you will suffer any side-effects during or after the shockwave treatment while the therapy is proven to be safe, not just on Erectile Dysfunction but the other conditions we treat.
Shockwave Therapy – An Immediate Improvement in Sexual Performance
Most patients report an immediate improvement in the spontaneity of their erections and after just three weeks longer lasting erections and improved sexual performance. We believe that this clinical evidence will prove to be of benefit to many men over the coming years and provide a long-term solution to cardiovascular erectile dysfunction.
At Mansmatters` we believe that every man matters too. You don’t have to suffer in silence. We understand your condition and complete discretion and confidential help is at hand. Why wait – get in contact with us today to assess your suitability for treatment.
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In a placebo-controlled study into erectile dysfunction, 57% of men unable to have intercourse were able to do so without medication after receiving the treatment. Dr. Lund and his colleagues reported, “The treatment is patient friendly, has no side-effects requiring treatment and can be used for all patients.”