for Sexual Health, Osteopathic Pain Management &  

Total Body Wellness


  • 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 Low-intensity Extracopeal Shock Wave Therapy (Li-ESWT) 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.

  • Li-ESWT 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 Li-ESWT, with 86% of men saying they would recommend Li-ESWT 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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