SoundWave Therapy is a revolutionary, all-natural therapy that is changing how men with sexual performance issues are able to improve their love lives without losing spontaneity but many patients wonder how SoundWave works? This procedure uses low intensity sound waves (also known as acoustic wave therapy) to improve sexual function in men especially if they suffer from conditions such as Erectile Dysfunction (ED) or Peyronie’s Disease. Since there are 5 top questions we answer on a daily basis all having to do with how SoundWave Therapy works, we are providing you with the answers here…

1. How Does SoundWave Therapy Work?

A reduction in sexual performance can be caused by many things; however, one of the most common causes is the lack of blood flow to the penis caused by the formation of plaque in the blood vessels. When low-intensity sound waves are used in the SoundWave procedure, they break up the plaque formation creating better blood flow. At the same time, SoundWave therapy works by stimulating the growth of new blood vessels in the penis. The combination of plaque reduction and new blood vessel formation increases the blood flow to the penis thereby improving sensitivity and sexual function.

2. Does SoundWave Therapy Help To Fix The Issue?

Yes it does.  Ok, but how? SoundWave stimulates the release of growth factors in penile tissue resulting in the generation of new blood vessels. It does this by activating dormant stem cells which lead to new cell growth. At the same time the sound waves are also able to break up plaque formation in existing blood vessels to increase blood flow. By increasing the blood flow and creating new tissue in the penis, men will have stronger, harder and more sustainable erections.

3. How Many SoundWave Sessions Are Needed?

To have success with SoundWave you must complete a program of 6 to 12 sessions depending on the severity of your condition. Each pain free session takes between 15 to 20 minutes. Upon completion of the initial program, we may suggest preventative maintenance to maintain the healthy tissues you now have and continue to optimize performance.

4. What Is The Difference Between SoundWave And Other ED Treatments?

SoundWave is safe, all natural, comfortable and non-invasive. There is no use of prescription medication or surgery in this medical procedure. It has been proven to effectively combat the effects of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and Peyronie’s Disease by working to correct the issue without side effects.

Unlike mainstream oral medications used to treat ED, SoundWave has few (if any) side effects and allows for men with pre-existing medical conditions to receive safe treatment to improve male sexual performance.

5. Has SoundWAVE Been Proven To Work?

SoundWave Therapy is not a new procedure. This therapy has been used in Europe with great success for over 15 years. In fact, SoundWave has a higher success rate for men than other treatments. There have been over 50 clinical studies that verify the effectiveness of sound wave treatment (also known as shock wave) used in SoundWave Therapy. Here are some of the studies for you to explore…

An All Natural Solution For ED

Now that you have an idea on how SoundWave Therapy works, if you are suffering from erectile dysfunction or Peyronie’s Disease, we can set up a consult to discuss therapy options based on your situation. We help you address the root cause of the problem with this clinically proven, natural alternative. The main issue causing most sexual function issues is the lack of blood flow to the penis and once corrected, can make achieving erections on your own a new reality that occurs naturally and safely without having to schedule your intimacy around taking ED pills. Instead of popping a pill for a quick fix, consider the natural alternative of SoundWave Therapy. Here at Syracuse Medical we successfully we use SoundWave Therapy to treat erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s Disease. It’s a safe, all-natural solution that will get things working and have you in optimal shape to perform in the bedroom in no time.

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Syracuse Medical? 

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