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Shockwave Therapy Good for Impotence..Will Cost You £3,000

PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 3:10 pm
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Clinical trials have apparently shown an improvement in erectile dysfunction symptoms for men being given experimental low-intensity shockwave therapy.

Erectile dysfunction – also known as male impotence – is the term given for when a male either cannot, or struggles to achieve an erection that is satisfactory for sexual intercourse.

It can impact around 60% of men over the age of 60 and thousands of men have come to Medical Specialists® Pharmacy over the years and sought our help for treating erectile dysfunction.

The shockwave therapy hit headlines in 2016 after former cricketer Sir Ian Botham spoke about receiving the treatment, not because he was actually experiencing any difficulties in the bedroom he claimed, but as a preventative method.

In an interview with the Sun on Sunday last year, Botham spoke of his treatment known as ‘Vigore’, which he is also an ambassador for.

“It’s prevention rather than cure. I didn’t need the treatment but I didn’t want to be worrying about it in ten years’ time”.

What is shockwave therapy?

Linear shockwave therapy aims to combat erectile dysfunction that occurs as a result of poor blood supply from clogged-up arteries due to ageing, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and high cholesterol...

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