ED alternative treatment philadelphia pa

Progressive Men’s Health has been on the leading edge of treating erectile dysfunction (ED) with alternatives to medication. Using shock wave therapy, our treatment stimulates the body’s natural healing response to regenerate healthy blood flow and nerve function for a naturally spontaneous and lasting erection. Many studies have shown that an underlying cause of ED is often nerve and vascular damage as a result of disease, aging or genetic conditions. By repairing this damage, we are able to help patients regain the ability to achieve and maintain an erection without the use of pills.

A recent study done by the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine has discovered that specific chemicals produced by the nervous system not only initiate an erection, but sustain it. This finding supports the basis of our treatment which seeks to address nerve damage for resolving ED with lasting results. Shockwave therapy that can heal damaged nerve and vascular tissue remains the most advanced non-invasive treatment option available today.

Shockwave therapy is safe, convenient and produces no side effects other than minor sensitivity or discomfort in the treated area for a short period of time. Patients have experienced results that are immediate, continue to improve with several sessions and provide long term function.

About Our Process

Dr. Goldfarb or Dr. Sinaiko will meet with you for a confidential consultation to discuss your medical history, concerns and treatment goals. We will also discuss lifestyle habits that may be affecting your ED, including diet and exercise. For patients dealing with emotional stress or mental health concerns that are playing a role, we can work with you to ensure you receive appropriate treatment that can complement your procedure at Progressive Men’s Health for more effective results.

To learn more about our ED treatment options and to schedule a consultation, contact our Philadelphia office at 215-764-3131 or request an appointment online.

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