Tired of Dealing With Your Erectile Dysfunction?

Dealing With Your Erectile Dysfunction

ED is a condition mostly related to insufficient blood flow.

Focused Shockwave Therapy stimulates the process of angiogenesis (new blood cell formation from existing vasculature) that is required to get things flowing again.

Are you are a candidate for Focused Shockwave Therapy (F-SW)?

This amazing medical technology attacks the pathophysiology of the condition – literally creating new blood vessels from your existing vasculature, clearing blockages and plaques, and promotes healing and regeneration of the affected area.

For almost everyone, this safe treatment is pain & side effect free, requires no downtime, no numbing creams, no needles, no surgery and no pills.

Understanding the different technologies (Radial/Acoustic vs. Focused/Linear) used in Shockwave Therapy (EWST) is very important when considering this revolutionary modality.

Radial or Acoustic waves are not approved for treating Erectile Dysfunction because they don’t produce actual shockwaves. While useful in many facets of medicine, acoustic waves are mechanically generated and only create surface level, superficial tissue reactions. Often with radial/acoustic/pulse waves can be quite painful, involve analgesics, and require the administrator of the treatment to literally ‘pancake your D’ to try to achieve the depths needed to treat the condition.

Only Focused Shockwave Therapy, which is used here at FocusWave Clinic, is approved to treat ED because the technology produces ACTUAL SHOCKWAVES, which travel at 1500m/s, and are able to penetrate deep into the body, to the cellular level, and stimulate the neovascularization and release of vasculogenic growth factor that your conditions requires.

Remember – Focused Shockwaves are painless and side effect free for the very vast majority of patients.

While there are no guarantees that the treatment will work for you, the results for F-SW are extremely encouraging for Erectile Dysfunction (ED), Peyronie’s Disease (PD), or Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS).

We would love to see you get better ASAP.

Please educate yourself on this amazing alternative medical treatment and give us a call to setup a no-obligation consultation.

Call us at 613-422-9283, email us at info@focuswaveclinic.com, visit our website www.focuswaveclinic.com or visit us in person at 2249 Carling Ave, Suite 320 for more information.

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