Peyronie’s Disease Treatment
Discover how our breakthrough technology can help restore your life
Acoustic Wave therapy uses high-energy sound waves, focusing these waves on the penile vasculature and scar tissue. This causes micro tears in the vasculature and stimulates angiogenesis which helps to improve blood flow. Furthermore, acoustic wave therapy targets scar tissue resulting in scar tissue softening and tissue remodeling in the penis. Furthermore, it can speed up tissue repair and cell growth leading to the repairing, strengthening, and improving of blood vessels and blood flow in the penis. Erections rely on healthy blood flow to the penile tissue, in addition to no scarring in the walls of the penis.
Get your questions answered…
Who is the ideal patient for Acoustic Wave therapy?
Acoustic Wave therapy has been shown to be effective in most men with Peyronie’s disease. It is also an encouraging alternative for men who have not responded to pharmaceutical treatments or who have experienced negative side effects to the pharmaceutical or other treatments.
Does Acoustic Wave Therapy work?
There have been more than 20 scientific studies performed to evaluate the efficacy of Acoustic Wave Therapy. The evidence shows that Acoustic Wave Therapy can generate a sizeable clinical improvement in erectile function, a decrease in the firmness of the penile scar tissue and an improvement in penile blood flow with exceptionally few adverse effects.
How Many Treatments Are Required?
The vast majority of men require 6 treatments spread over the course of 3 week (2 per week). However, some men may require 12 treatments in total.
Does the Acoustic Wave Therapy Hurt?
Because we use the latest and most up to date technology, the treatments at our facility are virtually painless. Occasionally one may experience a small amount of tingling, during or after the procedure, but this is of short duration.
What is the Recovery Time?
There is minimal to no recovery time! Overwhelmingly, most men feel no adverse effects with this treatment.
What Are the Side-Effects of Acoustic Wave Therapy?
Minuscule portion of patients have experienced: penile skin bruising, hematoma, hematuria (blood in the urine), infection of penile skin, a painful erection, and difficulty having intercourse secondary to the aforementioned side-effects.
Dr. Justin R. Johnsen
The Acoustic Wave Therapy is truly a breakthrough treatment for men with Peyronie’s disease of all severities. It is a painless, non-surgical, non-pharmacological treatment that can restore normal function, and bring back the fun and spontaneity in one’s relationship. Just because you are aging, does not mean that you must let life pass you by!