Clinical Studies

“A study published in the journal of Therapeutic Advances in Urology concluded that low-intensity shock-wave treatment aimed outside the body “is a revolutionary treatment of ED and probably possesses unprecedented qualities that can rehabilitate erectile tissue.”

- Therapeutic Advances in Urology

“Low-intensity shockwave therapy is a promising novel therapeutic modality for restoring erectile function in men with vasculogenic ED. It is a safe and nonpainful treatment with a long-lasting effect on erectile function.”

- Penile Low-Intensity Shock Wave Therapy

“With the application of minor shock waves through a small machine that hovers over the patient’s groin, tissue in the penis is stimulated to grow new blood vessels, improving blood flow – and therefore the potential for a sustained erection – dramatically.”

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“Our hope is that Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy will be incorporated as an effective and well tolerated noninvasive option into the armamentarium of treatments currently being used in the clinical management of men suffering from ED.”

- Low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction: a study in an Indian population

“It’s hard to argue against an erectile dysfunction treatment that is potentially disease modifying, is noninvasive, and seems to do no harm.”

- Urology Times: ED Therapy

“From our review, it is clear that LI-ESWT may have the potential to be the first-choice noninvasive treatment for patients with ED.”

- European Association of Urology: Low-intensity Extracorporeal Shock Wave Treatment Improves Erectile Function: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

“Extracorporeal shock wave therapy improves erectile function in patients with Peyronie’s disease.”

- International Journal of Andrology

“Low intensity shock wave treatment is effective even in patients with severe erectile dysfunction who are PDE5i nonresponders. After treatment about half of them were able to achieve erection hard enough for penetration with PDE5i.”

- The Journey of Urology: Penile Low Intensity Shock Wave Treatment is Able to Shift PDE5i Nonresponders to Responders: A Double-Blind, Sham-Controlled Study

“Shock wave therapy potentially allows a man to return to a more normal environment, where he doesn’t have to use medication. If he does still use medication, he will likely get a better result from it.”

- Penile Shock Wave Therapy Helps Men With Severe Erectile Dysfunction – Medscape

“Li-ESWT is the first treatment option for ED that has the potential to improve pharmacologically unassisted erectile function. The concept is unprecedented and revolutionary, and the effects at molecular and tissue level are largely unknown, although neoangiogenesis might have a key role. “

- Nature Reviews Urology: Low-intensity shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction: Is the evidence strong enough?

“Our findings indicate an improvement in both IIEF-EF and EHS, which lends support for the role of LiESWT in the treatment of organic ED.”

- Therapeutic Advances in Urology: Meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials that assess the efficacy of lowintensity shockwave therapy for the treatment of erectile dysfunction

“Focusing shock waves allows the desired effect to be confined to the target area, so that side effects outside the treatment zone can be reduced or even completely avoided. In most cases, shock wave treatment results in increased blood circulation and enhanced metabolic activity, leading to the onset of the healing process.”

- The Art of Shock Wave: CuraMedix

“Low-intensity shockwaves (LISW) are known to produce revascularization and have been in evaluation and in use to treat erectile dysfunction (ED).”

- International-Journal-of-Impotence-Research-Reisman

“Low-intensity shock wave therapy seems to be an effective physical therapy for erectile dysfunction. Age and comorbidities are negative predictive factors of therapeutic response.”

- International-Journal-of-Urology-Hisasue

“Penile LI-ESWT is a new modality that has the potential to treat a subgroup of severe ED patients. These preliminary data need to be reconfirmed by multicenter sham control studies in a larger group of ED patients.”

- Journal-of-Sexual-Medicine-Gruenwald

“The feasibility and tolerability of this treatment, coupled with its potential rehabilitative characteristics, make it an attractive new therapeutic option for men with erectile dysfunction.”

- Journal-of-Urology-Vardi