Effectiveness of Extracorporeal shock wave therapy on Erectile Dysfunction
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy was introduced in 1980 in the clinical practice for the first time.
It was initially used to treat musculoskeletal problems and enhance bone growth. The shock waves helped treat orthopaedic problems such as Achilles tendinopathy and plantar fasciitis.
Shock waves are high-energy sound waves produced with high voltage explosions and evaporation from water. Extracorporeal shock wave therapy is now used to treat men with erectile dysfunction (ED), especially the vasculogenic ED. It is considered an experimental treatment option and can be offered with other ED treatments.
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C) high cholesterol or similar problems.
1. Decrease in recovery time between orgasms
2. Relief from erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease symptoms
3. Harder, fuller erections
4. Improved sexual performance
5. Increased spontaneity