Pulsewave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction
- Low-intensity shockwave therapy (
LISWT) or PulseWave can “cure” erectile dysfunction with painless, non-invasive, safe in office treatments
- See excellent results in as few as 6 sessions that are long-lasting (up to 2 years!)
- Restore erectile function without medication or surgery (possibly go off medications!)
- No downtime, the ONLY treatment that can RESTORE normal erectile function
- Also shown to help men without ED improve their sexual function and sensation
- Effective in treating Peyronie’s disease (acute and chronic) and prostate pain
Low-Intensity Shockwave Therapy
for Erectile Dysfunction
Low-intensity shockwave therapy (
At Comprehensive Urology in Los Angeles, our team of urological experts is happy to teach ED patients about LISWT and determine if they qualify for shockwave therapy.
Pulsewave Therapy for ED
LISWT is a revolutionary treatment for ED that uses low-intensity sound waves to enhance blood flow to the penis. The treatment’s pulsating sound waves simultaneously remove micro-plaque, accelerate the growth of new blood vessels, and fix damaged blood vessels in the penis. This improves blood flow and stimulates dormant stem cells and growth factors in the penis. As a result, men who receive LISWT often can achieve stronger, harder, and more sustainable erections. Some report longer duration of intercourse and enhanced sensations as well.
Treating Erectile Dysfunction
Many ED treatments are currently available, and these include:
- PDE5 Inhibitors: Consist of medications that increase nitric oxide levels in the penis, thereby making it easier than ever before to get and maintain an erection. Common PDE5 inhibitors include Cialis, Viagra, and Levitra. These medications are available with a prescription, but they may cause headaches, body aches and pain, digestive system issues, and other side effects.
- TriMix Injections: Involves penile self-injections to address ED symptoms. TriMix injections usually consist of three drugs and can be administered prior to sexual intercourse. Side effects of TriMix injections include numbness, redness, swelling, tenderness, and lumps on the penis and its surrounding areas, also possible scarring.
Comparatively, LISWT has minimal side effects and is available to men with preexisting medical conditions. It has been shown to help men address sexual dysfunction due to ED, age, and Peyronie’s disease (a condition that causes a significant bend in the penis).
Results from Low-Intensity Shockwave Therapy
Research also indicates 70% of men who experienced ED reported a positive effect with LISWT after only six treatment sessions (twice per week). Among these men, 92% reported a positive response to LISWT for one year after initial treatment, and 55% maintained a positive response to LISWT for two years after initial treatment.