What is Shockwave Therapy?
Shockwave therapy is a noninvasive procedure that uses high frequency acoustic soundwaves to break up micro-plaque, scar tissue, and weakened blood vessels. When these soundwaves break up weak and/or unhealthy blood vessels, the body will begin to repair those vessels naturally. This helps encourage the growth of stronger, healthier blood vessels.
At UltraWave’s Las Vegas shockwave therapy clinic, our medical provider administers this treatment moving a wand-like device along your penis. This device emits high frequencies soundwaves at a low intensity, breaking up micro-plaque and scar tissue in the penis.
What Medical Conditions Does Shockwave Therapy Treat?
Shockwave therapy has been used to treat many different things. It’s often used for male sexual enhancement, but it’s also been used to encourage hair growth, remove kidney stones, reduce pain, restore mobility, and much, much more.
Our Las Vegas shockwave therapy center treats the following conditions:
Erectile dysfunction, also known as ED or impotence, is the inability to get or maintain an erection long enough for sexual intercourse. Erectile dysfunction occurs more often as men age, but if it happens to the point where it’s making it very difficult to have sex, it’s worth looking into treatment options.
One of the most common causes of erectile dysfunction is a restricted blood flow in the penis. When blood vessels are clogged by micro-plaque in the penis, it makes getting an erection very difficult.
Because shockwave therapy breaks up micro-plaque and clears out blockages, it makes it easier for blood to flow through the penis, resulting in longer-lasting, better erections.
Peyronie’s disease is a condition in which fibrous scar tissue builds up inside the penis and causes it to bend unnaturally. Peyronie’s disease can make sexual intercourse painful and in severe cases, impossible. Men with Peyronie’s disease often suffer from erectile dysfunction as well.
Shockwave therapy can break up the scar tissue causing Peyronie’s disease while treating erectile dysfunction at the same time. This can help the penis straighten properly during sex, as well as treat the root cause of what’s causing pain during sex.
Ejaculating too early during sex can be attributed to many conditions, including erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease, as well as a lack of confidence. Treating erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease with shockwave therapy can improve your sex life and restore your confidence and correct the timing of ejaculation.
How Successful is Shockwave Therapy?
Shockwave therapy boasts an over 75% success rate for treating erectile dysfunction and is one of the safest erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease treatment options available. The procedure does not require any invasive surgeries and is 100% drug-free. There’s no need to prescribe erectile dysfunction drugs or painkillers for recovering from surgery. Once our patients have completed the in-office shockwave therapy procedure, most of them are able to go home or go back to work without needing to take time off to recover.
Unlike other erectile dysfunction treatments, shockwave therapy does not have any long-lasting side effects that can have the potential to cause harm. Shockwave therapy treats the root cause of most erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease cases: micro-plaque and scar tissue build-up, while most other treatments don’t.
Shockwave therapy requires a range of 6 to 12 treatment sessions, but many patients report seeing a change after their first or second round of the procedure.
Where Can I Get Shockwave Therapy in Las Vegas?
You can receive shockwave therapy in Las Vegas at UltraWave Center from our award-winning doctor and founder, Dr. Pamela Gabriel. With more than 20 years of experience in the medical field under her belt, you’ll find no one else works as hard as Dr. Gabriel does to promote better, healthier sex lives for men.
Call UltraWave Center today at 702-978-8923 for more information about your shockwave therapy treatment options in Las Vegas or to schedule an appointment. You can also contact us by filling out the form on our website.