Wave Therapy for Women in Cincinnati
Breakthrough Solution for Women's Sexual Health
Wave therapy is a safe, non-surgical, non-invasive, drug-free solution for women to enhance sexual performance and function. It’s a procedure that uses pulse waves to repair blood vessels, which improves blood flow to the vagina. Women can expect to experience increased sensitivity and lubrication, as well as improved physical appearance.
Why is Wave Therapy Necessary?
Over 50% of men experience some degree of erectile dysfunction in their lifetime. There are several factors that influence a man’s erection, however, in nearly half of cases of erectile dysfunction is caused by decreased blood flow due to aging blood vessels. Some may turn to oral medications to combat erectile dysfunction and increase blood flow, but these medications only relieve symptoms temporarily. Wave Therapy in Cincinnati focuses on increasing blood flow to the penis to optimize erections, sensitivity, and sexual performance.
What it treats
- Firmer erections
Shortened recovery between sexual encounters
Treatment for Peyronie’s Disease
Allow 30-45 minutes for completion of the procedure
No downtime, can immediately return to daily activities
No known side effects
How does Wave Therapy work?
Wave therapy in Cincinnati uses low-frequency acoustic waves to break up the plaque in blood vessels and improve blood to flow to the penis. The acoustic waves repair aged blood vessels, stimulate growth of new blood vessels, and can break up micro-plaque within blood vessels. The resulting improved blood flow helps any man, and not just those with ED, to obtain stronger and more sustainable erections.
Process & Results
We recommend a consultation with one of our physicians prior to starting Wave Therapy. This will allow us to customize a treatment protocol that best meets your needs. In some cases the treatment plan will only encompass Wave Therapy in Cincinnati; in other cases, we may explore additional treatments to optimize results. Depending on your age and medical history, we may combine Wave Therapy with other wellness treatments, such as supplements to improve blood vessel health and blood flow, testosterone optimization, and the P-Shot®.
Throughout the treatment, acoustical waves are applied to different areas of the penis. This stimulates the creation of new blood vessels in the cavernous bodies and improves blood flow in the penis. Wave therapy is a very comfortable procedure, all you will feel is a mild pulsing sensation.
What can I Expect after the Procedure?
- No downtime, can immediately return to daily activities
- 75% men experience positive results post treatment.*
- Some men may experience a spontaneous erection within 24 hours.*
*Results vary based on a patient’s medical condition and age and may take a few months to obtain
A patient will need 6 to 12 treatments to get the best results. Two treatments a week over a three week period is suggested for mild to moderate ED. Severe ED and Peyronie’s Disease may require up to 12 treatments over a six week period. Results can last up to 1-2 years.
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Other Treatments that can be Used with Wave Therapy
According to the Scandinavian Journal of Urology, WAVE Therapy could be the first therapy to have the potential to be a rapid and curative therapy for ED, with no side effects. The American Journal of Urology says the therapy’s rehabilitative characteristics make it an attractive new option for men with ED.
Explore some of these clinical studies below:
- Can low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy improve erectile dysfunction? A prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebocontrolled study
- A First Prospective, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial Evaluating Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy for the
- Treatment of Peyronie’s Disease
- Extracorporeal shockwave therapy in the treatment of erectile dysfunction: a prospective, randomized, double-blinded, placebo controlled study
- Shockwave treatment of erectile dysfunction
- Low intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction: a study in an Indian population
- Can low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy improve erectile function?