• Viagra, Cialis and Levitra had total revenues of 8 Billion Dollars in 2012 for their respective companies, despite the fact that these medications only help half of all men and can have very unpleasant and potentially dangerous side effects.

  • Many men with mild ED or even some with no ED symptoms at all take these medications simply as supplements to ensure strong sexual performance.

  • Men with severe ED are candidates for micro-penile injections comprised of three or four vasodilators, which can have equal, and possibly more severe side effects than oral ED medications.

  • Thankfully, there is a much more effective ED treatment. The Acoustic Wave Protocol uses electromagnetic pulse waves to open existing blood vessels, grow new blood vessels and stimulate stem cells to grow new erectile tissue (Corpus Cavernosum) in the penis.

  • Depending on a man’s overall health and preexisting conditions, this noninvasive treatment option could greatly alter the ED treatment landscape.

  • AWT works to roll back the clock for most men, allowing men ages up to 80, even 90, to perform as they did in their more virile years. 

  • Independent published research papers have proven the safety and efficacy of AWT, with 86% of men saying they would recommend AWT to a friend.


  • Peyronie’s Disease is caused by the way a person’s body heals wounds. Injury or damage to the outer tissues of the penis causes scar-like tissue (plaque) to form.

  • These plaques are different from the kind that builds up in heart disease. Peyronie’s plaques are mostly made up of collagen.

  • Plaques can cause the penis to change shape. The penis may curve, indent (forming an hour glass shape) or become shorter.

  • In some cases, Peyronie's Disease can be painful. or make it difficult to have intercourse.

  • There are two stages of Peyronie's Disease: Acute (Active) Phase and Chronic Phase.


Shockwave Therapy as First-Line Treatment for Peyronie’s Disease: A Prospective Study - (A. SKOLARIKOS, M.D., ALARGOF, M.D., RIGAS, M.D., DELIVELIOTIS, M.D. and E. KONSTANTINIDIS, M.D) 

Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) in urology:a systematic review of outcome in Peyronie’s disease, erectile
dysfunction and chronic pelvic pain
 - (Grzegorz Lukasz Fojeck · Stefan Tiessen · Palle Jörn Sloth Osther 2017) - The objective was to evaluate high-level evidence studies of extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) for urological disorders.​ More...

Minimally invasive treatment of Peyronie's disease: evidence-based progress - (Department of Urology, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA, *Division of Urologic Surgery, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, and †Scott Department of Urology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA) - Peyronie’s disease (PD) is often physically and psychologically devastating for patients, and the goal of treatment is to improve symptoms and sexual function without adding
treatment-related morbidity. More..

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy in Peyronie’s Disease: Results of a Placebo-Controlled, Prospective, Randomized,
Single-Blind Study

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