Why medicate when you can rejuvenate?
PeakWAVE is a protocol that uses acoustic waves (also called low intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy: LI-ESWT) to stimulate the tissues of the penis, resulting in increased blood flow and stronger, longer lasting erections. Unlike other therapies currently available for ED, PeakWAVE gets to the root of the damage.
Acoustic wave therapy has been used safely and effectively in Europe for erectile dysfunction for more than a decade and has dozens of medical studies to back it up.
What Causes ED?
As men age, several changes occur in the penis that can be problematic over time. The arteries that supply the penis with blood can become compromised, resulting in problems getting an erection. The endothelial smooth muscle cells that line parts of the penis can also become damaged, resulting in the inability to maintain an erection.
LI-EST is a revolutionary treatment of ED, and probably possesses unprecedented qualities that can rehabilitate erectile tissue…LI-ESWT has unique properties that may create a new standard of care for men with ED.
Current treatments for erectile dysfunction focus on trying to temporarily increase blood flow in the penis, but they don’t correct the underlying problems. That’s where PeakWAVE comes in!
By applying acoustic wave therapy to the penis, several physiologic changes occur, including:
- Growth factors signal new blood vessel formation in the penis.
- Nitric oxide production increases, providing stronger erections.
- Recruitment of stem cells to the area offers natural repair of damaged cells and tissue.
- Stimulation of the growth of nerve tissue results in enhanced sensitivity of the penis.
By the time men reach their 40’s, up to 40% will have some degree of erectile dysfunction. That number goes up significantly each decade.
Contributors to Erectile Dysfunction:
• High blood pressure
• Cardiovascular disease
• Low testosterone
• Alcohol and smoking
• Prostate problems
• Prescription medications especially those prescribed to treat high blood pressure and cholesterol