GAINSWave is an alternative therapy option that utilizes sound waves as a non-invasive way to treat erectile dysfunction with lasting results. This treatment improves blood flow and vascularization which is the primary cause of ED. Currently, it is the only acoustical wave device cleared by the FDA for the treatment of ED.
This treatment has been shown to:
- Enhance Erections on Demand
- Improve Sexual Performance
- Increase Sensation in the Penis
- Reduce Refractory Time Between Erections
- Improve Orgasm Quality
Improved Blood Flow After GAINSWave Therapy
As stated previously, another breakthrough in ED treatment has happened. GAINSWave ™ technology is used both for the current erectile function as well as the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). It works by using sound-acoustic shock waves to modify the vascular as well as other structures of the penis. As we mentioned earlier, the key to erectile function is blood flow and repair. However, as a normal consequence of aging, all adult men start developing micro-plaques in the smaller blood vessels first, thereby affecting areas such as the penis early on. This is why as men get older, the incidence of ED increases.
GAINSWave treatment has four goals:
To clean-up the existing blood vessels (breaking up micro-plaques)
Reactivates dormant blood vessels in the genital region
Promotes the formation of healthy new blood vessels (angio-genesis)
Regenerates the existing tissues even further to improve function
WHAT TO EXPECT WITH
GAINSWAVE ED TREATMENT
GAINSWave treatment has four goals:
Enhance Erections on Demand
Improve Sexual Performance
Increase Sensation in the Penis
Reduce Refractory Time Between Erections
Improve Orgasm Quality
Short Treatment of 15-20 Minutes
Maximum Benefit in 6-12 Treatments
Potential Benefits Lasting Years
Thoroughly researched. Even though it is new to the U.S. as an FDA cleared treatment, a similar ED therapy, called Shockwave Therapy has been used and perfected in Europe for almost 20 years.
In our practice, we thrive on stories from patients who tell us how much they have benefitted from TRT and ED treatments. They report to be happier in their everyday lives, and for some, even have rekindled they are long ago “lost” sexual intimacy with their intimate partner.
We don’t want you to get caught up with definitions. The term erectile dysfunction means that there is a decrease in sexual function. It’s a fairly generic interpretation. The goal here is to start thinking of a solution. If you feel that you are not performing at the level that you want or expect, something may need to change. These symptoms can be a detriment to not only your confidence but also your relationships. Making a transformation is supposed to be challenging but you are not alone and we can help to figure out a plan of action.
GAINSWave® - Breakthrough ED Therapy Featured on The Doctors Show
Watch this segment from the Emmy® Award-winning syndicated daytime talk show, The Doctors, as they discuss a game-changing new therapy, GAINSWave.
It's a breakthrough non-drug treatment protocol to improve male sexual performance, enable better erections, and treat a major cause of erectile dysfunction. In this episode, GAINSWave Provider, Paul Savage, MD discusses erectile dysfunction and alternative treatments with The Doctor's hosts and guest urologists.
Dr.Savage also describes how his GAINSWave patient, Jason has responded to his therapy and why he chose this treatment instead of ED medications.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED ED TREATMENT QUESTIONS
CAN STOPPING OR REDUCING CERTAIN MEDICATIONS HELP ME WITH MY ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION?
YES. THERE ARE MEDS THAT COULD RESULT IN AN INCREASED CHANCE OF CAUSING ED SYMPTOMS SUCH AS:
-Blood pressure medicines
GENETICS. IS IT A CONTRIBUTING FACTOR TO ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION?
Even though there is not enough evidence-based research to support the fact that ED is caused by genetics, there might be a connection. Since anxiety seems to have a partial genetic component, a relationship between how someone handles stress in conjunction with their genetics could play a role in ED. In practice, we do recognize a correlation with stress and erectile issues but thankfully, we are quite often able to assist these individuals with various forms of treatment.
CAN THE USE OF PROGESTERONE THERAPY HELP TREAT ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION? EVEN WHEN USED IN CONJUNCTION TO TESTOSTERONE REPLACEMENT?
Yep. Both hormones can be used together. They involve different mechanisms of action and have different benefits. Testosterone treatment is notorious for increasing sexual desire. It increases blood flow and frequency of erections. We have explained this already earlier and also here.
Next, we are going to dig in a little deeper of how Testosterone and Progesterone interact in the system and their importance for normal physiology (as well as for patient understanding).
We recognize that whether you are on TRT or not, some of the testosterone will convert to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT is a highly potent hormone in males and is responsible in part for a healthy libido, muscle growth and strength, facial hair, and more. When someone is on TRT, because they have more testosterone available, more DHT will be produced. That’s great, and this will help with muscle growth, libido, etc., but you can have excessive production from this conversion to DHT resulting in unnecessary side effects.
So, how does Progesterone come into the picture for better health. Lots of ways.
Progesterone increases an enzyme called 5-Alpha-Reductase. This enzyme will block the conversion of testosterone into DHT. Now, remember DHT is highly potent and vital for sexual health, muscle development, etc. And like anything, too much can cause problems. Some of the harmful effects of excessive DHT is accelerated scalp hair loss (but body hair/beard growth increases), enlarged prostate, impotence (ED), sleep apnea, thicker blood, high blood pressure, aggression, acne and more. Remember, we are talking about hormone balance, not an unwarranted level of one hormone from/over another. What is also important to consider is that progesterone levels impact men in a way that may increase their risk of ED if they are progesterone-deficient.