Shockwave Therapy

Extracorporeal Shock Wave TherapyFor ED

At Complete Hormone Solutions, we understand that occasional episodes of ED are normal. Hormonal changes, alcohol overuse, acute stress, and lack of sleep make it worse to maintain an erection. But if it’s getting more frequent, you must seek medical help.

Medications, lifestyle changes, and counseling are usually advised besides treating underlying health conditions that may contribute to ED. But if you’re looking for a pill-free treatment, shockwave therapy for ED works best!

What Is Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy?

As the name suggests, ESWT or Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy is a procedure take passes low-intensity shockwaves through the skin to the affected areas. Thesemechanical (not electric)shockwaves increase the blood flow towards the impacted areas to speed up the healing process. Usually, multiple sessions may be required for better results.

It’s a treatment often suggested to patients who don’t respond well to other ED cures. The procedure’s carried out on an outpatient basis as it’s minimally invasive. Following the treatment, you may experience redness, swelling, or numbness, but you must be able to cope with these signs within a few days.

How Does ESWT Work?

Shockwave therapy is an efficacious procedure for ED thatworks consistently. The treatment is administered by an expert healthcare provider who moves a wand-like device near the affected region. A numbing gel is used before treatment, and the device is directed to different parts for about 15 minutes, emitting gentle, compressed air pulses that trigger the blood flow.

Who Can Help?

Low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) is a harmless cure for men sufferingfrom erectile dysfunction. The treatment’s pill-free, and the science behind it has been supported by several studies showing promising results.

If you’re interested in gettingESWT, talk to a Complete Hormone Solutions expert. Call us at 256-350-9880 or use this contact form.

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