Safe, Effective and Painless Peyronies Disease Treatment
Peyronie's Disease (PD) is a painful curvature of the penis that can make sexual intercourse difficult, painful, or even impossible. The treatment of Peyronies Disease (PD) has long been a challenge to physicians and patients. The problem in treating PD has been to deliver medication to the scar tissue that causes the penile curvature. Scar tissue, by its very nature, has very little blood flow going into it, making it difficult to get the medication to where it is needed. Though various drugs are known to reduce scar formation, all have yielded poor results because of their inability to penetrate the tissue itself or caused significant side effects.
Clinical studies found that ShockWave Therapy (ESWT) significantly reduces pain, plaque size and degree of penile curvature. Effects were evaluated three months after the last shock wave session and both objective and subjective improvements were found:
SoundWave Clinical Results: 76% Obtained a Significant Decrease in Curvature
Clinical conclusions regarding SoundWave Therapy state that it is a conservative procedure in the treatment of Peyronies Disease patients that is proven safe and effective. It improves sexual health, decreases curvature, reduces pain during erections and improves sexual function and mental state of patients.
We are one of a handful of physicians in private practice to offer this service to their patients in the country. Entrust your sexual wellness to the oldest and most respected Sexual Medicine Practice in Central Florida. Specializing exclusively in men's sexual health since 1992.
We now offer telemedicine for all new and existing patients.
Call for an appointment regarding this medical breakthrough: 407-894-9959.
Locations: 100 E Sybelia Ave , Maitland - 3371 Wedgewood Lane, The Villages
"We began using SoundWave therapy after clinical trial results indicated that 76% of patients showed significant improvement. In my opinion, this is the best option available today for the treatment of Peyronie's Disease."
George W. Carroll, MD