What is Acoustic Shockwave Therapy (AWT)?
Acoustic shockwave therapy (also known as Acoustic Wave Therapy, or AWT) uses the energy from low-intensity shock waves to trigger a process called neovascularization in the penis. Neovascularization creates new blood vessels and new blood supply in the corpus cavernosum of the penile shaft, which improves and increases blood flow. Microtrauma is caused in the tissue that helps the body develop a new blood supply, this is called angiogenesis.
How Does Acoustic Shockwave Therapy Help with Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?
Blood flow is the critical component of a man getting an erection. When a man is sexually stimulated, the arteries relax and open up. At the same time, veins close up. Now the penis fills with blood; the blood is what makes the penis firm. By building new blood vessels and improving blood circulation, acoustic shockwave therapy helps restore natural function without the need for reliance on ED pills.
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Acoustic Shockwave Therapy FAQs
Who is a Good Candidate for Acoustic Shockwave Therapy?
Men who have erectile dysfunction are good candidates for acoustic wave therapy with Dr. Bertolino. The process is well tolerated and non-invasive. It doesn’t matter if the patient is taking medication for erectile dysfunction or not.
What are the Benefits of Acoustic Shockwave Therapy?
Blood flow is critical to gaining and maintaining and erection. As men age, their circulation decreases as a natural byproduct of aging. This can lead to erectile dysfunction. For many men, there is a serious stigma to this and it can lead to issues with self-esteem. While pills for erectile dysfunction are effective, acoustic shockwave therapy may be able to return a patient’s ability to naturally gain erections without the ED treatment drugs.
How is Acoustic Shockwave Therapy ED Treatment Different from Viagra or Cialis?
ED treatment pharmaceuticals are a temporary solution to the problem. They dilate only existing blood supply for erections, they don’t create new vessels the way AWT does.
Why Do You Suggest Acoustic Shockwave Therapy with the P-Shot?
Acoustic Shockwave Therapy and the P-Shot compliment one another. PRP helps develop new blood supply as well, giving a better, stronger result.
Is the Acoustic Shockwave Therapy Procedure Painful? How Many ED Treatment Sessions are Necessary?
Dr. Bertolino has found six treatments, twice a week over three weeks, to be sufficient. Each ED treatment session is 15 minutes in length and is completely painless.
How Much Downtime is Involved with the Acoustic Shockwave Therapy Procedure?
There is no downtime with Acoustic Wave Therapy and the P-Shot, you can resume intimacy right away.
How Long Do the Results of Acoustic Shockwave Therapy Last?
Results vary by the patient, but most can expect improvements for up to a year.
Do All Men Qualify for the Acoustic Shockwave Therapy Procedure?
Yes, but the physician must know about any medical or surgical history to be able to judge if the procedure is right for the individual.
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