Shockwave Therapy for ED

Quick Facts

  • Treats root cause of ED (low blood flow)

  • Uses high-frequency sound waves

  • Completely non-invasive

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What is Shockwave Therapy for ED?

Shockwave therapy is a completely non-invasive treatment for erectile dysfunction.  Using soundwaves, shockwave therapy helps restore blood flow to the penis without medication, surgery, or downtime.

Most patients report better, more spontaneous erections and increased sexual performance.

How does Shockwave Therapy for ED work?

High-frequency sound waves help increase blood flow by promoting new blood vessel growth in the penis.  It may also help break-down micro-plaque.

Who should consider Shockwave Therapy?

Anyone with ED may be a candidate for shockwave therapy. It may be a good option for men who:

  • Don’t want to take ED medication
  • Want a natural treatment for ED
  • Used ED medication in the past, but it no longer works as well

What does Shockwave Therapy feel like? Will it hurt?

Shockwave therapy treatment shouldn’t hurt.  Most men report a light tapping feeling during the 15-20 minute session in our office. A numbing gel is used prior to the procedure to reduce any discomfort.

How long do the effects last?

After one treatment round (1 treatment per week for 6 weeks) most men see results for 1 to 2 years.  However, individual results will vary.

Is Shockwave Therapy covered by insurance?

Currently, shockwave therapy is not covered by insurance companies.

How much does Shockwave Therapy for ED cost?

Each treatment is $300.  The typical treatment course is once per week for 6 weeks or twice per week for 3 weeks.  Both options total six sessions. Patients can get one session free by paying in full prior to treatment ($1500).