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Having Troubles With Your Sex Life?

  

Male sexual arousal isn’t as simple as it may seem. This is a more complex process that involves the brain, hormones, and blood vessels. When any part of this system is disrupted, erectile dysfunction may occur. 

 

Unfortunately, many men suffering from ED start to feel low self-esteem, risk of depression, and create barriers in their relationships. Many suffer from loss of sexual function and performance, however; there is a new innovative treatment for ED called “GAINSWave”.  

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NET PRO MED -  Advanced Multi-Specialty Medical Services

 

What is it?

GAINSWave is a clinically proven non-invasive procedure that actually focuses on the root concern in ED. It consists of high-frequency shockwave therapy that significantly improves male sexual function and health. 

 

How does GAINSWave work?

It is pill/surgery-free and just a simple “in the office” procedure. 

Blood flow is one of the most important processes of getting erections. By breaking down the micro-plaque in the penis, the GAINSWave procedure induces more blood vessels and nerve tissue regeneration. 

 

How successful is the gains wave?

Patients with ED have different degrees of severity which is why every person must be assessed first and treated with unique care. First, a SHIM score is used to help determine the state of the ED. If data shows that you are ready to proceed with the GAINSWave treatment, then you can start right away. If your ED is in a more severe condition, then it is recommended to also receive a P-Shot(also known as Priapus Shot). The success rate is about 70-80% and decreases to 50-60% depending on severity. Everyone will experience results differently therefore we ask for patients to please be patient.

 

What happens in the procedure room?

 

The medical practitioner provides a numbing cream which will be applied to the area of concern. Then, depending on severity, a specific volume of intensity is applied with the shockwave technology only to the area of concern. This procedure can take up to 20-40 minutes. 

 

How often should the treatment be done?

Depending on the progress of results, it is recommended to complete a series of GainsWave treatments for maintaining the best results. Usually, the second set of GainsWave treatment would be about 3 to 6 months after the first set of procedures is completed. This would be needed to continue the repair and restore process.

Are there risks to GAINSWave therapy?

Shockwave therapy includes low-intensity wave energy that stimulates the regrowth of blood vessels and tissue. No long-term risks have been reported from low-intensity shockwave therapy for ED when given by medical professionals. Some men may experience temporary mild discomfort or may develop bruising which usually disappears within 1-2 weeks.  Because the device is very focused, shockwaves are not delivered outside the intended area when administered by a properly trained specialist.

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