Yes. Shockwave therapy can be used to improve erection strength and reliability.
The most appropriate group of patients for shockwave therapy of those with mild or moderate vascular related erectile dysfunction. Research has shown that 70% of men in this group were able to stop taking medication following shockwave treatment.
Soundwaves are passed through the penis stimulating new blood vessel growth.
There have been numerous clinical studies conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of shockwave therapy for a erectile dysfunction. There have been no reports of any adverse reactions from treatment.
Research has shown that the beneficial effects lasted longer than 12 months. However, we expect that lifestyle, for example smoking and diet will have a significant effect upon the length of benefit.
We are aware that this is a significant investment in your health. The research has been very positive, and the Vigore screening protocol is designed to ensure that only men who are likely to benefit from shockwave treatment are advised to proceed with it.
Current charges are £2,500 for the full course of four Vigore treatments.
Shockwave therapy is non-invasive and painless. The most common sensation that patients report is a slight tingling during the treatment session.