How PulseWave Works
PulseWave uses pulsed acoustic waves, known in Europe as shockwave therapy, to address the root cause of poor sexual performance for men – poor blood flow. By expanding existing blood vessels in the penis and creating new avenues for more blood to flow into the penis, PulseWave produces healthier, fuller and more sustained erections for men with and without erectile dysfunction. Results for this type of therapy have been shown to last up to two years (NCBI), much longer lasting than the typical ED treatments in Dothan, AL.
A Safer Alternative to Viagra
Among the most popular ways to treat erectile dysfunction, oral medications such as Viagra and Cialis are relied upon too much, and often cause unwanted side effects, such as nasal congestion, headaches, upset stomach, vision changes, facial flushing, and dizziness. They also only serve as a temporary ‘band-aid’ solution, having to be taken before intercourse. Young men are turning to these drugs for performance, leading to dependence causing sexual dysfunction.
Depending on the severity of ED, The Journal of Urology reported oral ED medications to yield as low as a 27% effective rate. Leaving patients with more severe ED to more invasive and dangerous treatments like penile (intracavernosal) injections of drugs like TriMix, where medication is injected directly into the penis before intercourse. Amongst the dangerous side effects, are priapism, an erection lasting hours beyond sexual stimulation, sometimes forcing patients to go to the emergency department to drain blood from the penis.
The good news is that studies had shown shockwave therapy to be effective when patients did not respond to oral ED medications (BJUI). PulseWave offers patients effective and safe relief to their erectile dysfunction symptoms, reviving spontaneity and providing a longer term solution. Additionally, it can address Peyronie’s Disease and optimize sexual performance.