Pneumatic Shock Wave Machine Shockwave Therapy Ed Acoustic Wave Machine For Erectile Dysfunction
SmartWave Shock Wave Therapy Equipment BS-SWT6000
Shock Wave Therapy Equipment, also called ESWT ,mainly for physical therapy treatment, sports injury and rehabitation treatment.
Erectile dysfunction, or ED, is when it is hard to get or keep an erection that's firm enough for sex. ED affects as many as 30 million men. Most men have problems with erections from time to time. But when this happens more than half of the time, then ED is present. ED can happen when health problems limit blood flow or damage nerves in the penis. ED can also be caused by stress or emotional reasons. ED can be an early warning of a more serious illness. Heart disease, high blood pressure and high blood sugar can all cause ED. Finding and treating the cause(s) of your ED can help your overall health and well-being.
WHAT IS LOW INTENSITY SHOCKWAVE THERAPY? How We Use It
Low Intensity Shockwave – LWST provides a dual outcome related to your penile rehabilitation. Recent research indicates it regenerates stem cell growth in the penile region. Within our patented Peyronie’s treatment program – it plays a dual role in helping break up both concentrated and diffuse plaque plus rehabilitating damaged tissue.
Erectile dysfunction can be more than emasculating; it can ruin your quality of life. For many years, men with ED have resorted to oral ED medications, to relieve their symptoms. While oral medications for erectile dysfunction can be effective for temporary relief of the symptoms of ED, they don't target the root cause of most patient's ED and can often bring unwanted side effects. We know that as men age, the vessels in the penis weaken, contract and fill with micro-plaque just as they do elsewhere in the body over time. As men age the penis decreases in sensitivity making it harder to achieve a pleasurable orgasm. Patients also tend to report increased or worsened refractory time between sexual activity. The bottom line is that most erectile dysfunction is a result of poor blood flow, known as vasculogenic ED. There have been countless studies, going back decades, showing Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (Li-ESWT) to be incredibly useful for treating ED. Success rates have been reported up to 76% (Therapeutic Advances in Urology) , and even one study, published in the Scandinavian Journal of Urology,which claimed that this could be “a possible cure” for ED in some patients!
|Technology||Air compressed ballistic shockwave therapy system|
|Shock Intensity||1.0 Bar to 5Bar, stepping 0.1Bar|
|Protocols||40 pre-set protocols,unlimited customized settings|
|Output||Single channel or Dual channel(optional)|
|Controls||Color touch-screen for all software operations .Rotary control knobs for energy level and for frequency|
|Package||Wooden case or Aluminimun case as optional accessory|
EDSWT: New Effectivness For More Patients:
Shock waves are acoustic waves that generate a pressure impulse and that carry energy when propagating through a medium. The degree of focus can be modulated noninvasively, resulting in variable concentration of energy at a desired location . When shock waves are applied to an organ, the focused waves interact with the targeted deep tissues and act as transient micromechanical forces that initiate several biological changes.
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy has been clinically examined and applied in various medical fields. High-intensity shock wave therapy is used for lithotripsy because of its focused mechanical destructive nature. Medium-intensity shock waves have been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties and are used for treating a wide range of orthopedic conditions, such as nonunion fractures, tendonitis, and bursitis. Low-intensity shock waves probably have angiogenic properties and are used in the management of chronic wounds, peripheral neuropathy, and in cardiac ischemic tissue.
When LIST is applied to an organ, the relatively weak yet focused shock waves interact with the targeted deep tissues where they cause mechanical stress and microtrauma, also known as shear stress. This shear force then triggers a chain of events that cause the release of angiogenic factors inducing neovascularization of the affected tissues and enhancing the blood flow. Extrapolation of these findings to ED has led to the assumption that if applied to the corpora cavernosa, LIST could improve penile blood flow and endothelial function by stimulating angiogenesis in the penis. This review summarizes the effect of LIST on erectile tissue as well as the clinical evidence of its effect in patients with vasculogenic ED.
Sonic Waves are high-pressure, low- frequency sound waves, generated by a device outside the body and applied to the affected tissue in a site-specific manner. In Peyronie’s disease, and ED the penile plaque is the target of the shockwaves. The procedure can be performed without sedation.
Penile extracorporeal low-intensity shock wave therapy (LIST) to the penis has recently emerged as a novel and promising modality in the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). LIST has angiogenic properties and stimulates neovascularization. If applied to the corpora cavernosa, LIST can improve penile blood flow and endothelial function.
In a series of clinical trials, including randomized double-blind sham-controlled studies, LIST has been shown to have a substantial effect on penile hemodynamics and erectile function in patients with vasculogenic ED. LIST is effective in patients who are responsive to phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitors (PDE5i) and can also convert PDE5i nonresponders
to responders. The response to LIST wanes gradually over time, and after 2 years, about half of the patients maintain their function. Extensive research is needed to understand the effect of LIST on erectile tissue, to modify the treatment protocol to maximize its outcomes, and to identify the patients who will benefit the most from this treatment.
Scientifically Proven Results: There are over 40 clinical studies showing shockwave therapy to be effective in treating ED. Commercially known as SMARTWAVE patients are reporting great improvements to their sexual health, including:
BENEFITS OF EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE THERAPY
The Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy offers many advantages to potential patients. Unlike medications, Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy doesn’t require people to take oral drugs or shots prior to sex. It’s also non-invasive, so there is no surgery involved and there are few side effects to the treatments. There is also no downtime with the treatments, and each session only takes 20 minutes. Best of all, patients will only need 10 treatments for lasting results.
Many men have vasculogenic ED, which is caused by a lack of blood flow to the sexual organ. Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy can help them as well as diabetic men whose condition contributes to their ED. It has also been used to treat those who are both responsive and unresponsive to ED medication
Osgood Schlatter disease treatment
Mid portion Achilles tendinopathy treatment
Medial tibial stress syndrome treatment
Insertional achilles tendinopathy treatment
Idiopathic low back pain treatment
Greater trochanteric pain syndrome treatment
Subacromial impingement syndrome treatment
Calcifying tendinitis of the shoulder treatment
Tennis elbow lateral treatment
Pseudoradicular low back pain treatment
Plantar fasciitis treatment
BIOLOGIC EFFECTS OF SHOCK WAVE ARE BELIEVED TO INCLUDE:
• Change of cell membrane permeability
• Release of neurotransmitters
• Antibacterial effects
• Release of NO (nitric oxide)
• Release of growth factors (VEGF, eNOS, BMP-2, PCNA)
• Induction of vessel growth
• Stem cell migration and differentiation
- Ingrowth of Neovascularization, Reversal of Chronic Inflammation, Stimulation of Collagen
- Creates shockwave based on highly precision controlled air-pressure
- Oil-free air compressor, low noise and durable
- Rich transmitter for various treatments
- With pre-set treatment protocols, and user customized protocols
- Energy levels from 1Bar to 5Bar, adjustable, stepping at 0.1Bar
- Frequency up to 22Hz, adjustable from 1Hz to 22Hz, stepping at 1Hz
- Big touch screen with fast-knobs to set frequency and energy instantly
How effective is ESWT?
The results were an amazing average reduction in pain of 92% with only one treatment. (This data reflects the results of all patients treated in the study one year after receiving one treatment with the Dornier EPOS ESWT machine).
What signs indicate this therapy is needed?
Shock wave therapy may treat conditions such as degenerated tendons (Achilles tendonitis), heel pain (plantar fasciitis) and tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis).
When should I Consider ESWT?
If you have had your condition for more than six months and have tried three conservative therapies with no results, do not wait any longer to seek help. It is natural to procrastinate, but not a good idea for tendonitis conditions, since continuously using degenerative tendon tissue can cause further damage.
When should I avoid this therapy?
Complications are infrequent with shock wave therapy. People who have poor sensation (neuropathy) or hypersensitivity in the target area should not have this procedure. Open sores should also be avoided. Shock wave therapy is not used in patients with heart conditions or seizures. It should not be used during pregnancy. This should be discussed with your physician before undergoing the procedure.
Am I a candidate for Shockwave Therapy?
The following criteria must all be meet before treatment may begin:
1. You have been diagnosed with a condition that Shockwave Therapy has been demonstrated effective in treating. (Either from our doctor, your family doctor, or surgeon).
2. There are no significant or serious side effects or contraindications.
3. Surgery is the only other viable alternative.
4. Conservative treatments have failed or did not work.
5. You understand the procedure, costs and other factors involved in your program of treatment.
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