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Erectile Dysfunction: The Real Deal and How to Fix It

Friday Feb 8, 2019
Erectile Dysfunction: The Real Deal and How to Fix It
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It's nothing to be ashamed of. In fact, recent research indicates that you're in the majority, with 52 percent of men experiencing some form of erectile dysfunction (ED). And that rate only increases over time. There are a lot of factors that contribute to ED, but only one ED facility in New York City is on a mission to educate and "revitalize your sex life." Manhattan Medical Associates is the city's exclusive provider of SwissWave technology for ED treatment.

SwissWave technology has been used throughout Europe for more than a decade. The groundbreaking medical device recently received FDA approval, enabling men to gain access to this proven treatment method. At the forefront of medical research, SwissWave technology uses no needles or drugs and is non-invasive, non-surgical, and has no side effects. Sounds too good to be true? Think again.

The Physical Cause of ED and Why SwissWave Works
While there may be other contributors to ED such as stress, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues, when you look at the physiological factors, the most common problem has to do with the blood vessels that supply blood to your penis.

Over time, these blood vessels begin to decay, resulting in lower blood supply to the region. SwissWave protocol increases blood flow to the penis through low-intensity shockwave therapy. The result is increased blood flow as the existing blood vessels open up, as well as the growth of new blood vessels (and ultimately, a stronger, harder, and more sustainable erection).

But SwissWave doesn't just revitalize the existing network of blood vessels, the sound wave technology also triggers dormant stem cells and stimulates the creation of new blood vessels, as well as rejuvenating erectile tissue.


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Quicker Than a Haircut
Results are often apparent after as little as six treatments, and each lasts approximately 15 minutes. A recent Cambridge University revealed that 95 percent of men reported improved erections based on the SHIM (Sexual Health Inventory for Men) score, while other studies indicate SwissWave to be twice as effective as oral medications such as Viagra and Cialis.

Why Stop Pill-Popping?
Though access to ED oral medications has skyrocketed with the ability to order discretely online from one's home, what isn't as apparent is the fact that they only address the symptoms of ED and not the cause. There are a range of side-effects from headaches and digestive problems to more severe long-term implications.

Some doctors have expressed concern over long-term sensory effects, such as hearing loss and double vision.

Is SwissWave Right For You?
Regardless of your age, if you're experiencing ED, SwissWave therapy may be an effective and low-risk solution. Many in the medical community have embraced the treatment and are also implementing its technology for cardiac disease and to promote neovascularization in the heart.

Because acoustic wave therapy is non-invasive, no recovery time is needed, and the all-male staff at Manhattan Medical Associates ensures privacy and discretion.

Most importantly, be honest with yourself, your partner, and your doctor about your symptoms and concerns. When you're ready, SwissWave technology has the potential to reinvigorate your sex life in a way that's safe and effective.

Want to learn more? Visit manhattanmedicalassociates.com.



All content above was created and published for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice and should not be relied on as health or personal advice.

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