Shockwave Therapy for Natural Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction

You don’t have to be a doctor with a diagnostic tool to know you have chronic pain – if it lasts longer than 12 weeks, it’s chronic.

Whether it’s degenerative or post-surgical, about 30% of Americans struggle with it, and many of them turn to highly addictive narcotic medication. Opioid drug overdose is now the leading cause of death for Americans under the age of 50. The other traditional treatment is surgery, which brings its own risks and doesn’t always offer long-term relief.

That’s why the regenerative specialists at RrrNU offer non-invasive shockwave therapy. This innovative evidence-based therapy applies externally generated pressure waves to pain-plagued tissue almost anywhere in the body.

Our pain experts deliver non-evasive, non-electrical high energy waves into injured body regions to break down scar tissue, increase circulationstimulate cell regeneration, and promote normal healing.

If you’ve had it with chronic pain and all the risky traditional treatments that haven’t provided long-term relief, try this regenerative solution by calling our highly-skilled, compassionate pain management specialists at 972-800-6670

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How does Shockwave Therapy work?

Like an airplane breaking the sound barrier with a supersonic boom that can break car windows, shockwave therapy can shatter your painful scar tissue.

Like glass, scar tissue is non-elastic. It prevents normal movement and function, weakening surrounding normal tissue and causing further damage and pain.

Shockwave therapy functions like a controlled explosion. Low frequency acoustic shockwaves travel painlessly through damaged tissue where they:

  • exert pressure on stimulated cells
  • create interaction between free radicals and bio-molecules in those cells
  • increase blood circulation in the target area
  • break down fibrous scar tissue
  • decrease calcification
  • stimulate cell regeneration
  • reduce pain
  • improve muscle spasticity
  • restore normal motor function
  • enable quicker return to sports

Whether you’re struggling with orthopedic conditions, internal organ dysfunctions, or aesthetic concerns, shockwave therapy may help regenerate your damaged, scarred, or calcified tissue.

What conditions does Shockwave Therapy treat?

Because it functions on the cellular level, stimulating regeneration of tissues, bones, and organs shockwave therapy is useful for a wide range of conditions, some more clinically validated than others. These conditions fall into the following categories:

Orthopedic conditions:

Shockwave therapy treats bone fractures, Jumper’s knee, shoulder tendinitis, epicondylitis of the elbow and other orthopedic damage by activating mast cells which produce chemokines and cytokines that stimulate cell regeneration. A study published in the Journal of Orthopedic Surgery demonstrated shockwave therapy showed comparable functional outcomes as surgery, but without the risks. Only minor complications like redness, swelling and migraine headaches were observed.1

Vestibular conditions

Sound waves are applied to treat inner ear conditions like: dizziness, vertigo, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo imbalance, headaches, migraines, Meniere’s Syndrome, brain injury, and heavy impact falls.

Ischemic heart disease

Extracorporeal shockwave therapy serves a dual function while treating heart disease: first, shockwaves are delivered in synchronization with a patient’s R-wave to avoid arrhythmias, then ischemic areas are identified and treated with those shockwaves.

Urological conditions

The most common treatment for kidney stones in the US is shock wave lithotripsy, a technique

that passes high energy waves through stones in the kidney and ureter to break

them into pieces as small as grains of sand, which can pass through the urinary system.

Sexual health conditions:

Low energy acoustic waves can improve low penal blood flow, which is often the cause of erectile dysfunction, and can also break down the scar tissue and penal curvature caused by Peyronie’s Disease.

Aesthetic conditions:

Skillfully applied low-frequency sound waves can break up cellulite—the persistent subcutaneous fat causing skin dimpling on hips and thighs.

The Shockwave Therapy for Natural Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction procedure

Patients are usually sedated or anesthetized for the procedure to help them remain still and reduce possible discomfort.

Then, via a hand-held probe called a lithotripter, your sexual health practitioner will administer low-frequency sound waves, focusing the acoustic pulse to break up scar tissue cells and stimulate dormant cells with minimal damage.

It often takes 3 treatments to resolve the condition. We recommend you book 3 consecutive weekly sessions to gain the full benefits of Shockwave Therapy.

There are no known side effects of shockwave therapy. Occasionally, patients have experienced mild pain within a few hours of treatment that lasted 24 hours at most. Most patients experience pain reduction by that time.

Who is not a candidate for Shock Wave Therapy?

Although this therapy is regenerative, it may have harmful effects when administered in bodies that have increased sensitivities due to life stages or other conditions competing for immune response. Shock Wave Therapy may cause contraindications in:

  • patients under 18 years of age
  • patients with infections
  • pregnant women or women trying to conceive
  • patients with open growth plates or metal pins
  • patients with malignant tumors
  • patients with nerve or circulation disorders
  • patients taking anticoagulant medications

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Pain, lost range of movement, sexual dysfunction, or aesthetic discomfort don’t have to disrupt your life, sexual enjoyment, or self-esteem and drive you to high-risk, high-cost treatment options.

Come discover how our staff of discreet, compassionate professionals can help regenerate your functions cell-by-cell, with this innovative, non-invasive treatment. To speak with a shockwave therapy specialist today !

Sources: 1. Ching-Jen Wang. Extracorporeal shockwave therapy in musculoskeletal disorders. Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research 2012 7:11