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What is GAINSWave®?

GAINSWave® utilizes high-frequency, low-intensity soundwaves to improve blood flow to the penis, remove micro-plaque, and stimulate the growth of new blood vessels. GAINSWave® uses a specific protocol designed protocol designed to optimize efficacy, safety and results.


Am I An Ideal Candidate?

GAINSWave® is available for most individuals, call to schedule your consultation to speak with our professional staff.


How Long Do The Effects Last?

The effects GAINSwave® have been proven to last three years on average.


How Many Sessions Are Needed?

On average six to twelve sessions were needed to meet desired results. GAINSwave® also offers maintenance and performance sessions.


What If I Have More Questions?

If you are interested in learning more about the treatment give us a call or schedule a consultation.


Signs & Symptoms:

Erectile Dysfunction (ED), also known as impotence, is a type of male sexual dysfunction characterized by the inability to maintain an erection long enough and firm enough for sexual intercourse.

While most men will have occasional difficulty achieving a healthy erection during sexual intercourse, ED is only considered a possible medical explanation for these symptoms if erection difficulties have been affecting a man for an extended period of time. When blood flow to the two chambers of the penis, known as the corpora cavernosa, is blocked or restricted for any reason, this can result in ED.


Erectile Dysfunction Causes:

Men worldwide suffer from erectile dysfunction due to physical, psychological, or emotional reasons. Many of which are seeking a natural, ED solution with long-term results.

What causes ED? There are many causes of impotence both medical and psychological. Often, age is a predominant factor in erectile dysfunction; however, your chronological age is not solely responsible for ED’s development. Men over the age of 40 typically experience ED as the result of inadequate blood flow to the penis, most often due to the narrowing of blood vessels. This can arise due to many causes including:


Poor circulation

The most common cause of ED is a lack of flowing blood to the erectile tissue. Plaque and damaged vessels can restrict circulation enough to disrupt function. Typically, symptoms begin with difficulty maintaining an erection before advancing to a complete inability to obtain one.


Hormonal imbalances

The production of testosterone and other hormones naturally decreases with age, and this can disrupt erections. Also, in rare instances, kidney failure and liver disease may throw off the balance of hormones necessary for proper erection and intercourse. In most cases, testosterone replacement therapy can bring levels of the hormone back to normal.


Obesity or lack of physical activity

Engaging in an active lifestyle can help with weight management, stress, anxiety, and depression – all of which help with other conditions and decrease the risk of developing ED. The accumulation of fat in the body can cause a drop in active testosterone levels. In addition, being overweight can cause cardiovascular problems that are known to contribute to ED.

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