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What Can I Do for Erectile Dysfunction?

Are you suffering from erectile dysfunction?  You are not alone.  Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common condition that affects men of all ages, but is very prevalent in older men.  Most men with ED are ashamed or embarrassed to talk about it and fail to seek treatment, but fortunately, help is available.

What Can I Do For Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction refers to the inability to achieve or maintain an erection to engage in intercourse.  Most cases of ED are caused by an insufficient flow of blood to the penis, which is often the result of a narrowing of the blood vessels in the penis.  This issue can be effectively treated using a revolutionary treatment known as GainsWave. 

What is GainsWave?

GainsWave is a quick, non-invasive therapy that uses low-intensity sound waves to treat the symptoms of erectile dysfunction. 

During GainsWave therapy, a small hand-held device is used to deliver soundwaves to the penile tissue.  The soundwave technology helps to increase the flow of blood to the penis, stimulates the growth of new blood vessels, and breaks up plaque in the blood vessels.  Increasing blood flow to the penis leads to better erections and improved sexual performance.  

GainsWave is a simple in-office treatment that takes less than 30 minutes to complete.  Patients generally notice some improvement after just one treatment, but it typically takes 4-8 sessions to achieve the best results.   GainsWave therapy is virtually painless and requires no anesthesia. There is no downtime after treatment, so patients can resume normal activities right away.

Are You A Good Candidate For GainsWave?

If you have mild to severe ED and you’re unable to take medications for it due to underlying medical conditions, you may be a good candidate for GainsWave. 

GainsWave is a safe, proven, non-surgical treatment that provides a long-lasting solution to ED.

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