Sexual Health shouldn't be a stigma
Sexual wellbeing and performance are complex issues with a combination of causes. All our treatments start with a conversation – our staff are fully trained in dealing with sensitive subjects. Working with you, we will design a cost-effective programme that delivers fast, lasting results.
Erectile dysfunction, Peyronies and Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS) can all be treated very effectively with Focused Shockwave Therapy. Importantly, Shockwave therapy treatments are extraordinarily low impact and painless, this means whatever the problem, a patient can walk in for an appointment and walk out with no side effects one hour later.
Call into our central London, Harley Street clinic for a full consultation.
Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)
Peyronie's Disease (Penile Curvature)
HOW IT WORKS
Shockwave Therapy for erectile dysfucntion, Peronies and CPPS involves passing short, intense sound waves into affected tissues, which increases blood flow, has an analgesic effect and stimulates repair and regeneration. The treatment puts the cells into repair mode and allows your body to restart its own accelerated healing process.
In Erectile Dysfunction Shockwave Therapy is known to improve erections by;
1) The development of new blood vessels within the penis, this means that blood flow to the penis increases leading to stronger, firmer erections.
2) Rejuvenates the muscles – Damage to the smooth muscle in the penile arteries can be repaired by Shockwave Therapy which induces the body natural repair process and therefore the smooth muscle in the penis is repaired.
Benefits of Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction (ED) / Impotence
• Proven clinical long-term results with a more than a 70% success rates
• Fixes the root causes and not only the symptoms
• Safe, Painless treatments with no side effects
• Results seen as quick as 3 weeks
• Increases blood flow for strong, long lasting erections
• Erectile Dysfunction (ED) also known as impotence
• Sexual performance and Penis rejuvenation for firmer erections
• Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
• Peyronies Disease (Curved Penis)
How many treatments are required for ED?
This depends on the diagnosis and the severity of the issue. Typically we recommend six treatments, one per week. This would be combined with advice on diet and exercise. However, there is no downside to continuing the treatments, if you feel greater improvement is desired.
Can I speak to someone if I am unsure if I have ED and just want some advice?
Yes. Through consultation we will explain the possible causes of ED and see if they apply to you. From there you can identify whether to keep an eye out for the onset of problem ED, or proceed straight to treatment options. Tackling ED early is much easier to treat, and can stop problems from getting worse.
Are there any other non-drug, non-invasive treatments for ED readily available?
Unfortunately not. Drugs such Viagra and Cialis can be effective, but they don’t suit everyone and they can have side effects. Shockwave Therapy is perhaps the most effective alternative, and can be combined with complementary drug-based treatments.
Is this treatment available on the NHS?
No. Shockwave treatment is available for tendon-related injuries but not for ED.
Would you recommend treatments even if the problem is not too bad at the moment but performance issues are getting worse?
There is growing body of evidence to suggest that early treatment is effective. Once the problem has become chronic and performance is very poor, it is much more difficult and expensive to treat. With a consultation, review and treatment every six months, for example, you will probably maintain performance for the rest of your life.
There is such a stigma attached to ED – I don’t want to talk about it or have a treatment as I have to admit I have an issue.
What do you recommend?
Erectile Dysfunction is a very personal issue that affects not only you and your partner’s sex life, but your entire wellbeing. We understand how sensitive this issue can be, but the reality is that as one gets older, physical performance declines in many areas, and sexual organs are no different. By understanding what’s happening on a biological level, you can set aside any stigma and treat the problem as if it were any other physical ailment.