What is Erectile dysfunction (ED)?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common sexual disorder. Men affected by ED have consistent trouble with achieving and maintaining an erection firm enough to have sexual intercourse despite being sexually stimulated. The condition can have physical or psychological causes. One of the major causes of ED is restricted blood flow to the penis – the amount of blood in the cavernous bodies may then not be enough to cause an erection. This type of ED is called vascular erectile dysfunction.
ED2.0 Shock Wave Therapy Equipment, ESWT, also called Acoustic Wave Therapy Equipment, low intensity shock wave machine low intensity defocused extracorporeal generated shock waves, mainly for physical therapy treatment, sports injury, rehabitation, penile therapy, Erectile Dysfucntion and peyronie's disease treatment.
How to work for ED2.0 ?
Treatment of erectile dysfunction using linear focused piezo shockwaves. The ED2.0 technique is a quick and comprehensive treatment covering the entire cavernous bodies. The energy from shock wave therapy stimulates new blood vessel growth through a process called angiogenesis. This increases penile blood flow, which may improve erectile function. Treatment is quick and lasts only a few minutes.
Healthy blood vessels matter!
Erection is the result of a complex synergy between blood vessels, the nervous system, hormones and muscles. During an erection there is increased blood flow to the penis, which in turn increases the pressure. Sufficient blood flow to the cavernous bodies plays an most important role in erectile function.
Shockwave Therapy for ED
Most men suffering from erectile dysfunction have vascular problems affecting the vessels that supply blood to the cavernous bodies of the penis, resulting in a decreased ability to develop and maintain an erection. The end result is an inadequate blood-flow followed by premature draining of an already reduced amount of blood from the cavernous bodies, meaning an erection is not achieved. Shockwave Therapy for ED of this type can be a highly effective treatment.
How does Shockwave Therapy different from other ED Treatments?
Most other therapies involve the continuing use of medication, or invasive treatments such as injections and implants, whereas shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment which triggers a natural mechanism that cures vascular-related ED problems rather than just treating the symptoms.
The shockwaves are focused onto the area to be treated creating new blood vessels in penile tissue, enabling patients to achieve and maintain firm spontaneous erections.
Ed therapy protocol
1: Target to spongy tissue in 5 different areas
2: 300 impacts per area , total 1500 impacts in one treatment
3: Twice a week , treat consistently for 3 weeks ,then stop for 3 weeks . And start next course .
4: Should be more impacts at the top end of penis . And. Less impacts at the bottom of penis .