During the treatment, a small wand-like device uses targeted sound waves to stimulate penile tissue and encourage blood flow.

Men who have struggled with erectile dysfunction and have not seen success from medications such as Viagra® or Cialis® should consider Shock Wave Therapy. It can be especially effective for men who are not experiencing adequate blood flow to the penis. These patients will see an improvement with Shock Wave Therapy due to the promotion of new blood vessel growth in and around the penis.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) hasn’t approved this treatment specifically for ED. However, it is a low risk treatment that may have surprisingly good results and should be considered as a therapy in any erectile dysfunction treatment.

The trial revealed shock wave therapy worked well to restore erectile function in men with mild to moderate vasculogenic ED.

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How many sessions do I need?

It is recommended in a series of 6 sessions, 2 treatments per week for 6 weeks. 

Many conditions need three to five sessions. The treatments can be done five to ten days apart depending on tissue response and patient tolerance.

Is there downtime?

Piezowave therapy is a much safer alternative to surgery and injections. For this procedure, there is no anesthesia involved and you can immediately return to your daily activities after your session, with no downtime, no pain, and no discomfort.