Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) is a non-invasive procedure that uses pulsed acoustic shockwaves to break up plaque and restore the nerves and blood vessels that innervate the sexual organs. The pulses from these shockwaves draw healing cells and growth factors into the area.
In men, healthier nerves increase sensation, sexual arousal, and response. Increased blood flow to the penis increases the strength and duration of erections. Increased blood flow to the vaginal area in women, increases lubrication and vaginal health.
ESWT has been shown to relieve the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, leading men to have stronger and firmer erections, fewer instances of ejaculating prematurely, and enhanced sexual sensations. Now used in women, it is believed to potentially augment the strength of orgasmic response, in addition to relieving vaginal dryness and increasing lubrication during sexual encounters.
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Treatment (ESWT) is well known for its use in improving the healing of wounds, bone fractures, and damaged tendons and ligaments. While it is still considered an experimental process, it is overall painless with no adverse side effects afterwards.
Although PRP & ESWT are stand-alone procedures in men and women, they are synergistic. Ask us about our combination programs.