EDSWT erectile dysfunction rehabilitation men's healthy care shock wave machine treat relieve pain caused by prostatitis
Shock wave therapy erectile dysfunction
Relieve pain caused by prostatitis
Smartwave Shock Wave Therapy Equipment, ESWT, also called Acoustic Wave Therapy Equipment, mainly for physical therapy treatment, sports injury and rehabitation and ed treatment. Our smartwave EDSWT is real low-intensity extracorporeal shock waves (10mj), focusing on blood vessels and encouraging neovascularization in the penis shaft and crus. The low-intensity shock waves help relieve vascular deficiency, a common cause of erectile dysfunction.
BS-SWT2X Smartwave uses the latest electric-magnetic technology, without air-compressor, so comes with longer lifecycle, at the same time it can provide higher energy and frequency for better treatment result. From technical view, BS-SWT2X can reach energy from 10mJ (0.25Bar) to 190mJ (5Bar), adjustable at stepping 10mJ(0.25Bar). Frequency ranges from 1Hz to 22Hz adjustable.
From the view of transmitter, BS-SWT2X has 5 different alloy made transmitters targeting to different depth and treatment disease.It includes 6mm, 15mm, 15mm unfocused, 25mm, 36mm, which covers most applications for physical treatments as well as aesthetics treatments.
The prostate is a walnut-sized gland that all men have. It’s found below your bladder and in front of your rectum. The job of the prostate is to make fluid that contains sperm (semen). This fluid protects the sperm when they travel toward a female’s egg.
If your prostate becomes swollen, tender, and inflamed, you have a condition called “prostatitis.” This isn’t cancer, and it’s different from having an “enlarged prostate.”
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT), a nonsurgical, noninvasive treatment for kidney stones and orthopedic pain, may be a safe and effective treatment option for patients with chronic nonbacterial prostatitis.
During ESWT, a clinician delivers a series of sound-wave pulses to the pain site with a handheld transducer. Results of a preliminary feasibility study indicated that the device, when applied to the perineum, could relieve the pain of chronic nonbacterial prostatitis, also known as chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS), without side effects. However, these claims need to be validated and studied in more men.
F&Q Shock wave ED
1. How does Shockwave Therapy differ from other ED treatments?
Most other therapies involve the continuing use of medication, or invasive treatments such as injections and implants, whereas shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment which triggers a natural mechanism that cures vascular-related ED problems rather than just treating the symptoms. 2. What is the procedure? There will be an initial consultation at our Harley Street Clinic, which involves a thorough physical examination as well as a comprehensive screening to assess whether patients are suitable for shockwave treatment. Once this has been determined, the patient will be given four short therapy sessions lasting approximately 30 minutes each over a four-week period. 3. Where does it take place? The treatments are performed in one of our discreet, private consulting rooms, with only the therapist being present. 4. What preparation is necessary? A patient does not need to make any changes to their daily routine prior to the session, as the treatment is non-invasive. No anaesthesia or sedation is needed, and the patient will not be required to wear a gown. 5. Is it Painful? The treatment is pain-free and patients may only feel a tingling sensation, not unlike pins and needles. 6. How safe is Shockwave Therapy for ED? There are no reported side-effects during or after the therapy, and the treatment is proven to be safe. Patients can carry on with their normal activities immediately following each treatment session.
7. Who will benefit from ED Shockwave treatment? Most patients suffering from vasculogenic (i.e. disorder or dysfunction of the blood vessels) ED or diabetes are ideal candidates for treatment. The treatment is patient-friendly, has no side-effects and can be used for all patients, even those on anticoagulants. There is no age barrier in treating ED (research states that 50% of men over 70 are still having regular sex), although the prevalence of ED does increase with age. The sooner a patient seeks treatment for ED from medical specialists, the better the outcome will be. 8. Is the Treatment Effective? Early indications are that the treatment improves the quality of erections in over 70% of patients with vasculogenic ED or diabetes. 9. When will you see Results? Patients have reported noticeable improvements within three weeks of beginning the course.