Erectile Dysfunction

  • Erectile Dysfunction

Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction can affect your physical or sexual lifestyle, as well as your emotional well-being and self-esteem. Statistics published by University of Wisconsin Health find that mild and moderate erectile dysfunction affects about 10 percent of men per decade of life. Erectile Dysfunction impacts 40% of men in their 40's, 50% of men in their 50's. If you have erectile dysfunction, Woodlands Medical Aesthetics can help in finding a solution.

A man is considered to have erectile dysfunction if he regularly finds it difficult getting or keeping a firm enough erection to be able to have sex, or if it interferes with other sexual activity. It can be an emotional situation for men when they want to perform sexually, but cannot.

Medical Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

The best approach to erectile dysfunction starts with your primary care physician. There are many medical conditions that may cause erectile dysfunction, and your doctor would be the best one to identify and treat them.

  • • Hypogonadism (low testosterone production)
  • • Vascular disease
  • • Neurological diseases
  • • Certain medications
  • • Diabetes
  • • Smoking, Alcohol, or Drug Abuse

Medical Spa Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction

Even when the underlying causes of erectile dysfunction are identified and treated, the problem can persist. The penis doesn't fill with blood and does not attain or maintain the rigidity needed for sex. Performance anxiety can contribute to and perpetuate the problem.

One solution to erectile dysfunction is to improve blood flow to the penis. Woodlands Medical Aesthetics uses BTL Cellutone to produce pulsed acoustical waves which in turn stimulate blood flow.

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy uses high frequency acoustical waves that induces neovascularization. ECST stimulates temporary blood flow to the penis and is drug-free and surgery-free.

Treatment consists of 6 Treatments: 2 treatments twice a week for three weeks.

What are the benefits of shockwave therapy for ED?

With shockwave therapy, there are a variety of benefits not typically available with other types of ED treatment. They include:

  • • Enhanced erections
  • • Improved sexual performance and function
  • • Improved sensation within the penis
  • • Increase in spontaneous erections
  • • Better quality orgasms

*Results and patient experience may vary.

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