Erectile Dysfunction Low Intensity Shock Wave TherapyRejuvenating male performance
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common concern for over 50% of men aged 40-70, and even more men are affected by transient erectile dysfunction.
Good blood flow is essential to erectile function. Unfortunately, with age, the blood vessels that supply blood to the penis begin to close up and break down. When these blood vessels become clogged, much the same way as the buildup of plaque in coronary arteries can lead to heart disease, the constricted blood vessels in the penis lead to Vascular Erectile Dysfunction.
Low Intensity Shockwave Therapy (LIST) is a revolutionary solution for men with Erectile Dysfunction or any man seeking clinically proven male enhancement.
Who can benefit?
Any Man Seeking Male Enhancement – You do not have to be suffering from Erectile Dysfunction to benefit from this treatment. LIST keeps the penis healthy and will benefit any man seeking to enhance his sexual pleasure and performance. In fact, there is evidence that this therapy may even prevent the onset of age-related erectile dysfunction.
What are the benefits?
- Enhanced erections
- Improved sexual performance
- Improved penile sensation
- More spontaneous erections
- Better orgasms
How does LIST work?
The gentle acoustic shockwaves promote increased blood flow to the penis by opening existing blood vessels, stimulating the growth of new blood vessels and eliminating micro-plaque.
Improved blood flow results in stronger, firmer, and more sustained erections.
Shockwaves also trigger a healing response that “wakes-up” dormant stem cells and growth factors in the penis. The release of these “growth factors” not only leads to the creation of new blood vessels, but also the overall rejuvenation of erectile tissue.
Is there medical research?
The Journal of Urology
“Low Intensity Shockwave Treatment is effective even in patients with severe erectile dysfunction who are PDE5i (drugs like Viagra) non-responders. After treatment about half of them were able to achieve erection hard enough for penetration with PDE5i”. (They became PDE5i responders).
Sexual Medicine Reviews
“From the results of numerous preclinical and animal studies that have been done to date, sufficient evidence shows that the underlying mechanism of action of LI-ESWT (Low Intensity Shockwave Therapy) is probably neovascularisation. Therefore, local application of LI-ESWT to the corpora cavernosa may potentially act in the same mechanism and increase corporal blood flow. We found that the application of LI-ESWT to patients who responded to oral therapy (PDE5i such as Viagra) eliminated their dependence on PDE5i and they were able to successfully achieve erections and vaginal penetration (60-75%). Furthermore, PDE5i non-responders became responders and capable of vaginal penetration (72%). Additionally, LI-ESWT resulted in long-term improvement of the erectile mechanism.”
The Canadian Journal of Urology
LI-ESWT (Low Intensity Shockwave Therapy) demonstrated a positive long term clinical effect with improvement in erectile function of Indian men with vasculogenic ED who were prior responders to PDE5i therapy. The efficacy and tolerability of this treatment, coupled with its long term benefits and rehabilitative characteristics, make it an attractive new therapeutic option for men with vasculogenic erectile dysfunction.
How long do results last?
Positive effects have been scientifically proven to last 2 – 3 years. Recent clinical studies revealed that patients reported a high rate of satisfaction for more than 2 years after the treatment – all without reliance on PDE5 inhibitors like Viagra.
What are the advantages?
- Drug and surgery-free
- Is completely non-invasive, and has little or no known side effects
- Is a simple therapy procedure, with each treatment taking only 20 – 30 minutes
- Provides long lasting results with no downtime
- LIST actually addresses the root cause of ED, poor blood flow
- In spite of the horrible name “Shockwave”, the treatment procedure is not painful.
Each treatment lasts about 20-30 minutes and is carried out 12 times over 9 weeks. Twice per week for the first 3 weeks, no treatment for 3 weeks and then twice per week for the last 3 weeks.