An innovative new method of treatment for men suffering from erectile dysfunction.
Linear shockwave therapy (LSWT) is a new non-invasive therapy that takes advantage of the low-intensity shock waves’ ability to create new blood vessels which therefore improves penile blood flow.
LSWT is a new non-invasive therapy that takes advantage of the low-intensity shock waves’ ability to create new blood vessels which therefore improves penile blood flow. This controlled increase in blood flow causes an improved erection.
The advantages of LSWT are:
The device, known as Renova, is the first of its kind. Renova studies have shown an 80% success rate for people who had previously been taking PDE5 inhibitors such as Viagra.
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The device produces a shockwave with a probe, which is held by the clinician and delivers the low intensity shockwave to the smooth muscle in the penis. As the focused shockwaves pass through the skin and into the tissue they cause an effect within.
The low intensity shock waves result in new blood vessel generation (neovascularisation) which increases the blood flow to the penis when gaining an erection. Studies have shown that this treatment appears to rehabilitate the tissue within the penis leading to an improvement in erectile function.
Many patients report an improvement within a few weeks however, even though there is an improvement, it is important to complete a full course of treatment. Clinical studies have now shown that men who are unable to take oral treatments for erectile dysfunction or who do not respond to oral treatments can regain their erections or maintain harder erections following low intensity shock wave treatment.
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The treatment described on this page may be adapted to meet your individual needs, so it's important to follow your healthcare professional's advice and raise any questions that you may have with them.
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