OWINGS MILLS, Md., Jan. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- About 1 in 10 men experience erectile dysfunction (ED) at some point in their lives. The condition is not only a physical one but an emotional and psychological one as well. First line therapies often include oral medication to help men achieve an erection. Now, a new non-invasive treatment called energy wave therapy is helping many men with ED achieve spontaneous and natural erections without the help of medications.
Energy wave therapy is an exciting new approach to treating erectile dysfunction being offered by the ED specialists at Chesapeake Urology. This non-invasive procedure uses low-frequency sound waves to increase blood flow to the penis to optimize erections, sensitivity, and sexual performance. With energy wave therapy men can achieve natural erections without ED medications, pumps, injections, or penile implants.
Learn about energy wave therapy at Chesapeake Urology: https://energywave.chesapeakeurology.com/
Energy Wave Therapy – How it Works
Energy wave therapy is a safe and effective treatment. Gentle high frequency, low-intensity sound waves are delivered to the penile tissue through a special treatment wand to stimulate the erectile tissue and improve blood flow in the penis so men can achieve natural, spontaneous erections. The application of energy waves triggers revascularization, a process in which new blood vessels form. The formation of new blood vessels, coupled with the restoration of blood flow in the penis, help restore erectile function in men with ED.
How Well Does Energy Wave Therapy Work?
For men who are the right candidates, energy wave therapy for the treatment of ED is a safe and effective option without the side effects often experienced with oral medications.
- Most men see their vitality restored within a couple of months.
- Most men experience the rigidity and quality erections they enjoyed when they were younger and are once again able to enjoy a spontaneous and fulfilling sex life.
- Improvement in erectile function is seen over several treatments as new and healthy blood vessels are formed.
- It typically takes about three months to reach maximum effect and quality of erection.
- Recent studies of energy wave therapy have shown that men who previously took ED medications were able to discontinue them completely and enjoy natural and quality erections.
"Any man who has experienced ED can tell you that it takes its toll on his self-confidence as well as his intimate relationships. Now, energy wave therapy offers most men a future without erectile dysfunction," said Aaron Weinberg, M.D., Associate Director, Erectile Dysfunction Program, Chesapeake Urology.
Restoring Passion, Vitality, and Spontaneity
There are a number of significant benefits to energy wave therapy. For men who are candidates for this treatment option, a future without erectile dysfunction is perhaps the biggest benefit. The restoration of a man's vitality and spontaneous active sex life are also major benefits of this exciting new treatment.
Learn more about energy wave therapy, how it works, its benefits, and how to schedule a consultation. Visit https://energywave.chesapeakeurology.com/ or call 888-281-1742.
About Chesapeake Urology
Chesapeake Urology is a fully-integrated urology practice providing a comprehensive array of urologic services to its patients. The Company operates 28 medical offices and 18 AAAHC-certified ambulatory surgery centers in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Harford, Howard, Carroll, Montgomery, Prince George's, Wicomico, Worchester, MD counties, Baltimore City, and Sussex County, DE, and has a staff of more than 800 including 87 physicians, 80 who are urologists. Chesapeake Urology has been named one of the top places to work in healthcare nationally by Modern Healthcare magazine and Becker's ASC Review, and locally by the Baltimore Sun, Baltimore magazine and the Baltimore Business Journal. Our vision is to support the creation of a national network of urology affiliates which will enable urologists to better meet the needs of their patients by leveraging the financial and operational strengths of Chesapeake Urology. For additional information, please visit ChesapeakeUrology.com.
Patricia Schnably, Vice President, Marketing & Communications
Chesapeake Urology Associates, LLC
25 Crossroads Drive, Suite 306, Owings Mills, MD 21117
SOURCE Chesapeake Urology