Erectile dysfunction may be causing problems in more than just your love life. Most men know that erectile dysfunction can hinder their love life, but did you know it could be a sign of heart disease? Studies show that men with ED have a significantly increased chance of developing cardiovascular disease. If you are suffering from ED Philadelphia Progressive Men’s Health can help.

In a study conducted by Australian National University in Canberra, researches concluded that erectile dysfunction is most commonly caused by underlying vascular causes. This study also suggests that erectile dysfunction should be considered a sign that a patient is developing heart disease. Heart disease can cause heart attacks, heart failure, and other cardiovascular disease. Erectile dysfunction could indicate systemic health concerns that should be addressed by a professional doctor as soon as possible. Early diagnosis and treatment is best for effective results.

At Philadelphia’s Progressive Men’s Health center, our doctors address the health concerns of the whole patient. Dr. Richard Goldfarb and Dr. Peter Sinaiko aim to provide care that fixes the root of your erectile dysfunction problem. Common prescribed ED pills and vacuum compression treatments only mask the symptoms of ED. Pills and suppositories require careful planning, eliminating the element of spontaneity in your love life.

Shockwave Therapy for ED works by stimulating your body’s natural healing process. The shockwaves induce microtrauma to the penis that stimulates cell regeneration. Our treatments are long lasting and increase a patient’s ability to achieve a spontaneous erection. There are few to no side effects associated with shockwave therapy and many patients only report minor discomfort following the procedure. Our patients experience increased sexual performance that lasts. Bring the excitement back to your love life with shockwave therapy treatment.

If you suffer from ED due to cardiovascular disease, or any other reason, schedule a confidential consultation with Progressive Men’s Health. Our outpatient treatments are FDA approved. Dr. Goldfarb and Sinaiko may recommend follow up visits to monitor your overall health. Our Progressive Men’s Health Care team may work with your general physician to ensure you receive quality and comprehensive medical attention.

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