How Acoustic Wave Therapy Treats Peyronie’s Disease?

Treating Your Peyronie’s With Acoustic Wave Therapy

Acoustic Wave Therapy for Peyronie’s Disease works differently than any other ED treatment.

Men with Peyronie’s Disease have a pronounced, often painful curvature of the penis. The curvature can cause painful erections and may make normal intercourse difficult or impossible.

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Peyronie’s disease is characterized by fibrous scar tissue that forms beneath the surface of the penis. This scar tissue can often make it difficult or impossible to have a normal erection. The number of men with Peyronie’s who also have erectile dysfunction (ED) is quite high.

Nearly 80% of men with Peyronie’s Disease also report some degree of ED.

However, conventional ED treatments, such as oral ED medications, are not recommended for men who have ED and Peyronie’s. In fact, Viagra’s label specifically warns against its use in men with Peyronie’s Disease. In a way, ED in men with Peyronie’s is a kind of defense mechanism.

Not being able to get an erection prevents you from further damaging your penis! The problem is, Viagra and similar ED drugs may increase blood flow to the penis, but they cannot do anything to lessen the scar tissue causing Peyronie’s. Therefore, a Viagra-induced erection in a man with Peyronie’s disease can do more harm than good!

Peyronie’s Disease Treatment

However, there is a treatment that can safely help men with Peyronie’s and ED safely and effectively treat both conditions. It’s known as GAINSWave therapy.

Unlike Viagra, the mildly pulsating waves of the GAINSWave can both reduce the scar tissue of Peyronie’s as well as increase blood flow to the penis. .

Therefore, the GAINSWave is a safer, more effective way of treating men with Peyronie’s disease and Erectile Dysfunction.

The GAINSWave uses the only FDA-cleared medical device that has been shown in studies to be effective for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.

It is known as the Phoenix. The Phoenix is basically the same treatment as the GAINSWave in a device you can use on your own. The Phoenix is less powerful than the GAINSWave, so it will not replace your initial GAINSWave for Peyronie’s treatment, but it can minimize your need to return for in-office treatments and accelerate your ultimate results.

Most men using the Phoenix when combined with GAINSWave Therapy see positive results. Practitioners who have had patients use the Phoenix Pro after an initial GAINSWave treatment have seen their ED patients achieve immediate positive results after the first at-home applications.

As opposed to other treatments for ED GAINSWave treatment along with using the Phoenix is:

  • Drug-Free
  • Surgery Free
  • Injection Free
  • Completely non-invasive
  • Available for at-home use

The Benefits of Acoustic Wave Therapy for Peyronie’s Disease

Both the GAINSWave and the Phoenix Pro use the science of Acoustic Wave Therapy (AWT) to lessen the curvature and scarring typical of Peyronie’s Disease. AWT uses painless pulsating soundwaves like those used in lithotripsy to break up kidney stones or gallstones.

As in those procedures, the pulsed acoustical waves can break down or soften the scar tissue associated with Peyronie’s disease.

Acoustic Wave Therapy for Peyronie’s disease:

  • Can minimize the effects of Peyronie’s by increasing blood flow to the penis.
  • Can reduce scars by stimulating the renewal of erectile tissue
  • Can help treat Peyronie’s by improving erectile function.
  • Can reduce the curve in the penis typical of the disease

Do not let Peyronie’s Disease keep you from enjoying a healthy and active sex life!

Find out if you have Peyronie’s disease

To find out if you have Peyronie’s disease and if AWT for Peyronie’s disease is right for you, schedule your FREE CONSULTATION with our Peyronie’s Disease Treatment specialists near you today!

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