Treatment Using EDSWT

Disclaimer: Investigational Device. Limited by Federal (or United States) to investigational use. Approved for use in Canada only.

Similar to the effective technology used in cardiology to increase blood flow to the heart, the ED1000TM  device utilizes low-intensity extracorporeal shock waves, known as Erectile Dysfunction Shock Wave Therapy (EDSWT) to focus on the blood vessels, encouraging neovascularization in the penis shaft and crus. This innovative approach, using acoustic technology, helps to relieve vascular deficiency, a common cause of erectile dysfunction.


What to expect

Unlike conventional ED treatments, such as PDE5 inhibitors, EDSWT does not involve the use of any pharmaceuticals, and causes no side-effects or systemic load on other organs. Moreover, this non-invasive, EDSWT procedure requires no sedation or anesthesia.

The EDSWT treatment is computer-controlled by the ED1000TM, in a series of brief visits to the urologist’s office. Discernible improvement in the erectile function of the penis can be visible within two weeks after therapy begins. Recent clinical studies revealed that patients reported a high rate of satisfaction for more than one year after treatment – all without reliance on PDE5 inhibitors.