Erectile Dysfunction and its Non-invasive Treatment

Erectile Dysfunction and its Non-invasive Treatment

What are the treatments for Erectile dysfunction?

Do you have an arteriogenic erectile dysfunction problem? and if you are seeing a physiotherapist for it, you undoubtedly wonder if you will ever get back to full health. Without a doubt, the answer is yes. The effects of erectile dysfunction are felt physically as well as psychologically. Find a program for treating erectile dysfunction that takes both of those factors into account. We’re going to take you behind the scenes of the erectile dysfunction rehabilitation program at the Elite Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre.

Treatment options for erectile dysfunction (ED) range widely.  But for the best outcomes, we at Elite Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Center use cutting-edge therapies like Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) and Super inductive System (SIS) therapy together with a Home exercise program (HEP). These therapies could be used as a long-term solution. These are all non-invasive, non-surgical, and pill-free treatments.  For those with arteriogenic or vasculogenic erectile dysfunction, our treatment seems to work best. It is a blood vessel condition that impairs blood flow to the penile tissue.

Super inductive system therapy and extracorporeal shock wave therapy have been utilized for many years to aid in the healing of tendons, ligaments, and shattered bones.

Extracorporeal shock wave therapy for Erectile dysfunction:

ESWT has also been used to speed up the healing of wounds. ESWT can accelerate cell proliferation and tissue repair. Healthy blood flow to the penile tissue is necessary for erections. Extracorporeal shockwave therapy uses powerful sound waves to break up calcium and scar tissue buildup, promote the development and strengthening of new blood vessels, boost metabolism, and increase circulation to accelerate healing. Extracorporeal shockwave therapy is a technique that uses controlled injury to activate the body’s natural healing process.

The pre-existing vessels that can prematurely harden or start to centrally close up as a result of aging and other natural consequences of life are regenerated by extracorporeal shockwave therapy. When you have a good erection, the healthy tissue inside your corpus cavernosum can grow significantly in both girth and length, but when you have erectile dysfunction for a very long time, your penis’s tissue weakens and loses its capacity to expand. Extracorporeal shockwave therapy aids in regaining the tissue’s flexibility and capacity to fill with blood and maintain that flow for a strong and prolonged erection.

Shockwaves also draw stem cells into the penis, which are useful for mending damaged tissue. Focused shock waves effectively address the vascular disease that is the underlying cause of erectile dysfunction.  With the help of extracorporeal shockwave therapy, we can help you regain your capacity for spontaneous, natural erections.

Super inductive system:

In a similar manner, pelvic muscle strengthening will eventually aid in the improvement of erectile dysfunction. The Super Inductive System Aids in microstimulation, which results in muscular strengthening. The electromagnetic field’s interaction with neuromuscular tissue causes depolarization of the nerves and contractions of the muscles. It is possible to facilitate or strengthen muscles depending on the stimulation frequency chosen.

Additionally, the SIS’s powerful electromagnetic field helps the development of new blood vessels and improves circulation in the affected area. Additionally, by altering the spinal level of control over muscle tone, an increased muscular tone is controlled.

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