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No. To maximize the chances of your success, we take a comprehensive look at your individual situation to identify any offending issues and root causes.
To paraphrase a study which used the Medispec ED1000 on a group of patients:
Two years and longer for half of the patients, and under two years for the other half. You may have additional questions – we’re happy to go over this study, as well as our own experiences, with you.
We do not charge for consultations, they are absolutely free.
Peyronie’s Disease (PD) occurs in roughly 10% of men. The condition manifests as curvature, dimpling, or constriction of the penis. Although the exact causal factors remain unknown, medical literature indicates that an injury to the penis may be a contributor, leading to a build-up of scar tissue, which leads to plaque formations in the penile caverns. Learn about our Peyronie’s Disease Treatment process.
Yes, we do treat Premature Ejaculation (PE).
Yes, shockwave therapy can work for you even if you just want to boost your erectile performance.
Routine medical insurance plans and OHIP do not cover Erectile Dysfunction Shock Wave Therapy. However, a few extended and discretionary health plans may provide coverage. These type of benefits are quite rare. Please check your policy if you are uncertain.
According to Medispec’s extensive research, the typical treatment protocol calls for 12 sessions (generally, twice a week). However, in our experience, approximately 30% of clients do quite well after 6 sessions. Read more on scheduling options on our PD & ED Treatment Process Page
After a detailed review of your completed Suitability Questionnaire, your expected level of success will be discussed with you at your consultation appointment.
We are considerate of the dignity and privacy of every client. We conduct treatments in a private room, with only the technician present.
Since ED1000 treatment employs a focal wave of lower intensity, generally speaking the treatment is pain free and never requires the use of numbing gels, as required by some other devices. Occasionally, a few clients report a slight tingling sensation which is mild, transient and temporary and disappears as soon as the treatment session ends.
ED1000 treatment is completely safe. It is non-invasive and no medications are required. There are no reported side-effects during, immediately following, or post-treatment using the ED1000 device. This claim is supported by clinical data world-wide. There is the chance of small petechiae formation (similar to a bruise after a small pinch on the skin), but this occurrence is extremely rare and to date, ED Free technicians have not encountered this possible side effect. It should be noted that there is no required down-time and those undergoing ED1000 treatment are able to return to their daily routines immediately following each treatment session.