Erectile Dysfunction Paramus NJ
Erectile dysfunction can be a sensitive topic for the men who suffer from the condition. Recent studies have estimated that approximately 20% of men in their 50s will suffer from ED in some form. Moreover, it is estimated that 100 million men worldwide between the age of 40 and 70 will experience an occasional problem in the bedroom, too. As is the case with most sexual health issues, erectile dysfunction is best treated promptly to restore the patient's confidence. Although most men turn to medications to enhance sexual satisfaction, the same approach may have undesirable side effects for others. At NJ GAINSWave, we identify the cause to correct the underlying condition and avoid future deterioration, which is the natural progression of erectile dysfunction.
Male Sexual Performance Paramus NJ
As a man ages, it is common for partial obstructions to develop that hinder the blood flow to the penis when sexually aroused. At NJ GAINSWave in Bergen County, we provide safe alternatives to treat the cause of disruptions while revitalizing sensation with the most appropriate interventions, such as:
- Testosterone Therapy - Below normal testosterone levels (low-T) could lead to erectile dysfunction. As the main sex hormone in men, it is associated with low libido and other embarrassing side effects. However, it is usually not the primary cause of erectile dysfunction.
- Acoustic Pulsed Wave Therapy -Shockwave treatments use energy from acoustic waves to trigger neovascularization in the injected area. This promotes new blood vessels to form, which can immediately improve blood flow.
Appropriate treatment regimens for each male sexual performance issue can result in improved sexual performance and self-confidence. Our goal is to revitalize healthy cells in the areas treated to eliminate atrophy related to disuse and restore your natural penile health.
Pulsed Wave Treatment for Peyronie's Disease Paramus NJ
Affecting about 10% of adult men, Peyronie's disease can be a debilitating sexual condition characterized by penile pain and deformity. PD is an abnormal wound-healing disorder that is believed to occur after repetitive trauma to an erect penis. Moreover, there does appear to be a genetic predisposition that results in the formation of a fibrous plaque within the layers of the tunica albuginae. Non-elastic, scarred tissue causes penis curvature on the contralateral side when the penis is erect. When left untreated, PD is a progressive sexual disorder. Low intensity shockwave therapy has been used to treat men with Peyronie's disease for four decades with clinical outcomes that support the efficacy, safety and patient satisfaction following the protocol. For men who have experienced failed conventional interventions, shockwave therapy is a prudent choice for improving the quality of their sex life.
Too Embarrassed to Seek Treatment for Symptoms of ED?
Even though any man can experience a sexual dysfunction or sexually-related pain at sometime in his life, most men are reluctant to seek treatment for the conditions that bother them. This has caused many to suffer alone or to turn to less-reputable sources that rely on unproven techniques or testosterone boosting supplementation. Although these may help, we start by addressing the underlying cause of your specific sexual problems. At NJ GAINSWave, our team of men's health professionals will accurately diagnose the cause(s) of your problems to achieve a higher erectile function score and quality of life score while reduce plaque size and penile curvature. Most men are anxious to pursue a minimally invasive therapy to preserve penile length. Unfortunately, an excess accumulation of scar tissue can cause current surgical procedures to be associated with loss of penis length and/or girth. Don't delay and schedule your erectile dysfunction Paramus NJ appointment today.
I cannot begin to tell you how amazed I am with the results of the GAINSWave. I had the treatment, and I noticed a difference making love to my wife that very night!
— Thomas W. (Athlete) - Bergen County, NJ