Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction is backed up by a growing body of international research.
Here is a selection of shockwave therapy research for male sexual health.
1.Low-intensity Extracorporeal Shock Wave Treatment Improves Erectile Function: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Conclusions: The number of studies of LI-ESWT for ED have increased dramatically in recent years. Most of these studies presented encouraging results, regardless of variation in LI-ESWT setup parameters or treatment protocols. These studies suggest that LI-ESWT could significantly improve the IIEF and EHS of ED patients. The publication of robust evidence from additional RCTs and longer-term follow-up would provide more confidence regarding use of LI-ESWT for ED patients.
2. Retrospective comparison of focused shockwave therapy and radial wave therapy for men with erectile dysfunction
Conclusions: In our patient population, both fSWT and rWT were moderately effective treatments for arteriogenic ED with no observable difference in efficacy between the two modalities.
Clinical improvement – 75% of men Radial Shockwave.
3. Evaluation of Radial Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy in the Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction
Turcan; M. Prochazka; J. Prochazkova;
Source: 17th Congress of the European Society for Sexual Medicine, February 2015
RSWT represents a new, effective, non-surgical, non-pharmacological, and well tolerated treatment for men with erectile dysfunction, who previously responded to pharmacotherapy. The therapy is painless and safe. RSWT is a new treatment option for erectile dysfunction, enabling the patient to achieve and maintain sufficient and dependable erections.