Erectile Dysfunction Treatment for Men

GAINSWave for Men – Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

GAINSWave™ is a non-invasive procedure that uses pulse waves to improve blood flow to the penis and to boost sexual performance. It’s a safe and effective treatment that is drug free, surgery free, totally non-invasive, performed in-office and provides long-lasting results.  While responses vary based on age and underlying medical conditions, 75% men experience positive results post treatment.

The Holistic Wellness Center of the Carolinas couples GAINSWave with functional medicine to help address the underlying reason why men suffer from ED and other sexual health issues, such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

The GAINSWave  procedure breaks up plaque formation in blood vessels and stimulates the growth of new blood vessels in the penis. This increases the blood flow to the penis and improves sexual function. In addition, the GAINSWave procedure activates the growth of new nerve tissue in the penis.

This process, called neurogenesis, enhances sensitivity in the penis. Because GAINSWave uses low-intensity sound waves and is non-invasive, it is often referred to as Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (LI-ESWT).

In 6 to 12 sessions each taking between 15 to 20 minutes, GAINSWave treatments:

 

  • Stimulate the release of growth factors in penile tissue, resulting in the generation of new blood vessels
  • Break up plaque formation in existing blood vessels
  • Activate dormant stem cells, leading to new cell growth

By increasing blood flow to the penis, men will have stronger, harder and more sustainable erections…. naturally, without the use of pharmaceutical medications.

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