Erectile dysfunction (ED), poor sexual performance, and Peyronie’s disease affect millions of men. Shockwave therapy with GAINSWave® helps in solving these disorders by boosting blood flow. As a result, you will have better sexual performance, stronger erections, and increased sensitivity.
There are no medications, injections, or surgery required with GAINSWave®. It is a non-invasive, all-natural treatment with no side effects.
GAINSWave® increases the blood flow by using high-frequency, low-intensity shock waves. It is a known fact that blood flow decreases in males as they age. Because of this, there is thinning of blood vessels and lowering of penile sensitivity levels. Shockwaves aid in the removal of micro plaque, increase the blood flow, and subsequently help promote the formation of new blood vessels.
After six to twelve 20-minute sessions, a lot of men who receive this treatment notice the benefits of a stronger, longer-lasting erection. GAINSWave® has a success rate of 75%, making it a viable alternative for those looking to improve their sexual performance.
Erectile dysfunction or ED is directly caused by poor blood flow. With the help of GAINSWave® shockwave therapy, new blood vessels are stimulated to promote growth, resulting in long-lasting erections.
Do you want to improve your overall sexual performance? By increasing the blood flow to the penis, GAINSWave® has been shown to increase sex drive, harder erections, and better orgasms.
Fibrous scar tissue hinders elasticity of the penis in patients with Peyronie’s Disease. It causes the penis to bend and would make performing sexual acts difficult. With GAINSWave® shockwaves, it will naturally tear up scar tissue to improve blood flow and promote the formation of new blood vessels. This helps the penis to take on its proper shape, which improves sexual performance significantly.
GAINSWave® has a number of advantages:
A numbing product will be applied to the soft tissue of your genitals by your licensed clinician. Shockwave therapy will be administered to the area with a piece of specialized equipment, promoting the restoration of the existing blood vessels as well as the breakdown of plaque. Much like a pipe that must always be cleaned regularly to allow water to flow freely through it, your penis must always be cleaned as well to allow maximum blood flow. This procedure will help promote a better sexual performance by increasing the blood flow to the penis.
Men could very well drive themselves home after treatment because it is an outpatient surgery. Because there is no downtime, patients can return to work and do their routine activities right away. Within 24 hours, a lot of men have reported that they are getting a spontaneous erection.
You might become a candidate for GAINSWave® treatment if you are actively looking to improve your sexual performance, whether it is due to erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, or would just want to simply improve and take your sexual experience to the next level.
The effects of GAINSWave® treatment last for about two to three years.
No, shockwave therapy has been successfully used in Europe for more than a decade. As a result of its success rates, it has recently gained popularity in the United States. This has allowed time for extensive research and patient trials, so even though there is a lot to learn, we can be confident in the results and effects provided by this treatment program.
GAINSWave® is completely non-invasive, with no pills, injections or surgery required. Treatment goes directly to the source of the issue by increasing blood flow to the penis and providing long-lasting benefits. The result is enhanced erections, increased sensation, and an overall heightened and improved sexual performance that lasts.
Because Gameday Men’s Health tailors each treatment that we perform to the customer, ensuring the patient receives the best results, pricing is difficult to estimate without first speaking to a provider.
The effects of GAINSWave® last for up to three years. At this point, many men schedule follow up treatments in order to naturally maintain the increase in sexual performance that they gained. By following up on your treatment and consulting Gameday’s team of any changes in performance or ability, we can help you stay on top of your game.
GainsWave treatment uses non-invasive acoustic shockwave therapy that targets and breaks down the micro-plaque buildup within the penis, increasing growth of both penile tissue and blood vessels. The high frequency, low intensity of the shockwaves utilized allow for controlled, effective results that will last years after your visit.
Our staff is sensitive to the nature of the issue. Our scheduling is geared to get you in and out with a focus on your privacy and confidentiality. Also, as a medical facility, we are bound by laws that protect our clients confidentiality – HIPAA regulations.
It is a 100% painless pressure wave treatment that is non-invasive. It uses the elements already present in the body such as stem cells, growth factors and white blood cells to remove any potential plaque build up in the penile arteries, increasing the overall health of those arteries while also creating new blood flow pathways.
The first step is to set up a consultation with our medical provider. They will evaluate your current condition and perform some simple tests which will determine if you are able to proceed with shockwave therapy.
The treatment protocols are determined by the provider in which you see at the time of your consultation. This is based on several factors including medical history, time suffering from ED and other factors that contribute to your ED. Treatment sessions range in number and take approximately 20 minutes per session. These treatments are conducted at any one of 3 locations.
Yes! This FDA cleared technology was developed in Europe, where it is used as the first-line treatment for ED. It has been used extensively across the medical community in the US to repair soft-tissue injuries and restore circulation, and is now offered as a viable treatment option for ED. It is non-invasive with no needles, drugs, surgery, downtime, or pain.
Any man with vascular erectile dysfunction is a potential candidate for ShockWave Therapy. The treatment is an encouraging option for men who do not respond to oral ED medications, are tired of the side effects or want to regain their spontaneity without being tied to a pill, pump or injection. Regardless of where you fall on the ED spectrum from mild to severe, ShockWave Therapy may be able to benefit you. Even without erectile dysfunction, many men opt for ShockWave Therapy just to increase performance.
Erectile dysfunction is common in men as they age, due to the fact that men’s blood flow decreases. For those who suffer from ED and want to optimize sexual performance, or for those who suffer from Peyronie’s disease, GAINSWave® treatment could be the solution.
To determine if you’re a candidate for treatment, schedule an appointment today.
For pricing details, please call or text us to speak to your GameDay Men’s Health Client Success Coordinator to create a plan that works with your budget. (323) 844-2230.
GAINSWave® has numerous advantages, and the following are some examples:
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