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Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) For Treatment of
Erectile Dysfunction 

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) is a machine with a transducer that emits low pulses of shockwaves to the arteries in the penis, not just stimulating and improving blood flow in the penis, but also induces Angiogenesis (the formation of new blood vessels), effectively treating erectile dysfunction. It helps in :

  • Improving Penile Circulation : to tip of penis, effectively improving erection

  • High Quality Erections and Improve Performance naturally

  • Synergistic and Boosts Effects of Oral Medications for erectile dysfunction

  •  Possible Permanent Solution  to your erection needs

  • Makes Penile Plaques More Friable : reducing penile curvature that cause penile curvature

  • Painless and non-invasive.

  • No downtime

Erectile dysfunction can be so frustrating and you may not know where to start and what do! Performing well in bed can do a lot to your confidence in life, so make sure that you get the right treatment and enhance your performance today.

Opt for the extracorporeal shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction in Kuala Lumpur available at our clinic for people with Erectile dysfunction for effective results. You get a chance to enhance the quality of your erections and perform longer on the bed.

For more details, contact us for a detailed consultation, assessment and explanation of therapy.

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Other Benefits of Penile Shockwave Therapy

 It activates the body's natural repair system.

  • The effects last a long time.

  • Corrects the underlying cause of ED. For example, in vasculogenic ED resulting from loss of blood supply. ESWT improves blood flow to the area by facilitating the development of new blood vessels in the cavernosal tissues of the penis.

  • No anesthesia or sedation needed for the procedure.

  • Improving hardness, girth and quality of erection 

In addition to that, ESWT also helps with other conditions in the penis such as Peyronie’s disease (PD), premature ejaculations and prostate disease. The waves emitted by ESWT makes the plaques that cause penile curvature to be more friable, hence reducing the pain and the curvature in PD. 

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How Is It Done?

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The will be no pain during the session, only what will be described as a “tingling” sensation as the wave is only emitted superficially into the underlying blood vessel. Thus, no prior anaesthesia is required and patients may resume normal activity after each session. The number of sessions will be determined after consultation and discussion between you and your doctor. 

The session begins with the patient lying supine (facing upwards) on the bed with the attending doctor holding the transducer pointing on the surface of the penis. A specific number of pulses will be distributed over different locations and each session typically lasts around 15 - 20 minutes. 

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What Happen Before And After ESWT

Why Choose

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy?