Low Intensity Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction
Low Intensity Shock Wave Therapy for ED (erectile dysfunction) is emerging as a potential powerful treatment for men suffering from ED. Numerous studies have identified over a 50% response rate in men treated with this therapy. The treatment is painless and requires no preparation or anesthesia. It is performed in Dr. Lief’s office.
Shock wave treatment for ED works by utilizing low intensity acoustic pulse waves. The waves then break up small plaques in the vessels that supply blood to the penis. This results in improved blood flow that is necessary for an erection.
The pulse waves have been shown to increase the release of nitric oxide, which can stimulate the formation of new blood vessels: a process also known as neovascularization.
This form of therapy works well on men that respond to oral medications such as Cialis™, and Viagra™, and can also convert nonresponders to responders. The treatment is currently not FDA approved in the United States but is approved in many countries. The treatment is affordable, safe and has the potential to improve a man’s sexual function. Call our office at 954-755-3801 to set up your treatments.
Choosing the doctor who performs your vasectomy is the most important decision in your control. There is no substitution for experience. Dr. Lief credits his low complication rate and high success rate to both his experience and his technique. However an inexperienced urologist performing a vasectomy, no matter the technique would likely have a higher complication rate and lower success rate than an experienced surgeon. Other factors to take into consideration about Dr. Lief are:
Erectile Dysfunction Shock Wave Therapy
Low Intensity Shock Wave Therapy for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction:
Currently not FDA approved in the United States.