Some men avoid going to a clinic for erectile dysfunction out of sheer embarrassment about their issue. They have connected their condition with worthiness or masculinity and, in doing so, fail to see the benefit in getting help. WAVE therapy provides a solution that is painless, non-invasive and requires no sedation. Here are some benefits of choosing this type of therapy to treat erectile dysfunction.
Ease of Treatment Delivery
Doctors who use this treatment use equipment to send sound waves to the penis. The low-energy wave pulses increase blood flow by stimulating “sleeping” stem cells in the penis. and deliver what is known as growth factors. Once the sound waves move through the penis, the body releases molecules that trigger the cellular growth of new blood vessels and erectile tissue. When the waves are applied to different areas of the penis over time, the therapy enables the blood flow that sustains an erection. This is considered a natural healing response for the body.
Low Time Investment
WAVE therapy requires only about 20 to 30 minutes for each treatment. This works well for busy schedules or for men who want to keep their health conditions confidential by avoiding busy hospitals or large clinics. Patients simply schedule a brief visit for the in-office treatment without much downtime.
Minimal to No Side Effects
Not only has this therapy been noted to have few to no noticeable side effects, but also it has long-lasting reversal rates. Prominent studies have used both participants who have a history of using other traditional drug treatments for erectile dysfunction as well as participants who have never had any kind of treatment for this condition. In almost all cases, WAVE therapy has proven to be a rapid cure and has created no real disruption for patients’ quality of life.
The success of WAVE therapy is providing a viable option for men who have given up on effective treatment for erectile dysfunction. The idea of being able to have an active sex life without any real complications is promising. It is a dose of hope for only about a half-hour at a time.