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Acoustic Wave Therapy

How Does It Work?

One of the key factors of healthy sexual function in men requires unrestricted blood flow to the sexual organ. As we age, the body simultaneously begins to develop less new blood vessels while micro-plaque begins to develop in those vessels, resulting in mild to severe sexual health issues.  While pills and injections may provide temporary relief to restricted blood flow, they do not address the root causes of that restricted blood flow, resulting in perpetual sexual dysfunction. Acoustic Wave Therapy (AWT), also known as GAINSWave, is an all-natural, medically proven treatment to improve male sexual function. The procedure breaks up micro-plaque formation in the blood vessels and stimulates the growth of new blood vessels. This vastly increases the blood flow to the sexual organ, resulting in improved sensitivity, rigidity and girth for enhanced sexual health that will last years, not hours. 


Peyronie’s Treatment Program

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What is Peyronie’s Disease?

Peyronie’s disease (PD) is named after a French surgeon by the name of Francois Gigot de la Peyronie who first documented the condition in 1743. Today, studies estimate that between 6% to 10% of men suffer from PD, with the majority of those men between the ages of 40 and 60. Many experts believe that the actual number is significantly higher than reported, affecting a more significant percentage of the male population. Since many men prefer not to talk about the condition, it is difficult to ascertain the actual number. Regardless of the number, the consequences for men afflicted with PD can have a significant impact on their quality of life. In fact, studies of men suffering from PD have shown that over 75% have reported adverse psychological effects caused by the condition. 

PD is a condition in which the buildup of plaque, or scar tissue, causes the penis to curve and lose length or girth. During an erection, the penis can curve up, down or to the side, depending on the location of the plaque buildup. Some men with this condition do not have an actual curve in their penis during an erection, but rather an indentation or “hourglass” shape. PD can cause erectile dysfunction by preventing the blood trapping valves in the penis from trapping the blood needed to maintain an erection. In some cases, the plaque buildup can lead to uncomfortable erections, as well as painful sexual intercourse that can make it difficult or nearly impossible to have sex.