While there isn’t one primary cause of impotence, it’s believed that medications, stress, and chronic illness are leading factors. The inability to perform sexually can have an impact on your self-esteem and romantic relationships. If you are looking for impotence treatment options, our goal is to help improve your symptoms of ED through our services. While there is no best cure for ED, we’ll sit down with you to learn more about your situation, discuss the best ED treatment for you, and develop a personalized plan. Afterwards, we’ll determine if shockwave therapy is the best solution for you. This therapy works by using the Medispec ED1000 shock wave therapy device. Our suggested treatment schedule includes twelve sessions over nine weeks to optimize your results. Want to know more? Contact our clinic today by calling 647 390-6332. You can also contact us by filling out our online form.
Erectile dysfunction is commonly referred to as ED and is the inability to maintain an erection (or impotence). If you’re searching for an erectile dysfunction clinic near you, ED Free Clinics is a great choice. With five locations in the GTA, and Southern Ontario, including Hamilton, Mississauga, Whitby, Barrie and Waterloo! If you’re searching for an erectile dysfunction doctor near you, check out our website for location details. ED Free Clinics offer shockwave therapy (also known as acoustic therapy) to help improve men experiencing symptoms of ED or Peyronie’s Disease. We use ED1000 Shockwave Therapy (or Acoustic Therapy) treatment, clinically proven to be a natural, pain-free, safe and effective impotence treatment option. And you can rest assured that your entire treatment process will be kept confidential and handled with respect and professional care.
Initially used as an effective treatment in cardiology, Acoustic Therapy is an innovative approach to treating vasculogenic ED. The technique is quick, painless, natural and safe, using low-intensity shock waves, applied by specialized equipment to the outside of the penis. These low-intensity shock waves help encourage the natural formation of new blood vessels, relieving vascular deficiency, a common cause of erectile dysfunction. When the acoustic pulse is applied to an organ, the relatively weak yet focused shockwaves interact with the targeted deep tissues where they cause “microtrauma”. This microtrauma (known as shear stress) causes the body to release chemicals that stimulate blood vessel development, triggering growth of new vessels which increases blood flow to the organ.
The increased blood flow improves erectile function, helping patients engage in healthy, spontaneous sexual intercourse. The procedure is so painless, it’s delivered without sedation or anesthesia, and most patients see improvement within two weeks after the therapy begins.
ED Free Clinics also provides services to treat Peyronie’s Disease, or PD. PD is a curvature or deformity of the penis during an erection. This can occur as a result of plaque build-up in the penile caverns. Symptoms can include changes in the penis appearance, painful erections and difficulty with sexual performance.
While PD does not always interfere with sexual activity, it’s not something that should be ignored. Through the use of Acoustic Shockwave Treatment with Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (Li-ESWT), symptoms of PD can be partially or fully resolved. To learn more if you’re a good candidate for our Peyronie treatment, contact us today.
Acoustic Therapy is not only clinically safe and non-invasive, it’s also proving to be a great longer-term treatment for ED.
While most medicines deliver enhanced performance for an hour or two, in clinical tests, Acoustic Therapy / Shockwave Therapy has shown significant effectiveness – and not just in the moment. Most men report a long-term improvement in sexual performance after treatment. Patients in recent clinical studies reported a high rate of satisfaction for more than two years after treatment – without reliance on medications like Viagra or Cialis.
While there is need for more studies, it seems that the hope of finding an effective and non-invasive treatment for ED is there. We’re confident the more Acoustic Therapy is studied, the more the effectiveness of the treatment as a safe-long lasting therapy for ED will be confirmed. If you have questions about our services, visit our FAQ page. We have five locations across Ontario including Whitby and Hamilton. Contact ED Free Clinics today!
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