Dual Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction (ED) in Surrey, BC
Dual Shockwave therapy is the most advanced evidence based, non-surgical treatment for improving erectile dysfunction. Dual Shockwave therapy is available at White Rock Naturopathic Clinic. We are conveniently located at #208 – 1676 Martin Dr., Surrey, BC, V4A 6E7. If you’re ready to take control of your health once and for all, contact us or book an appointment online so we can discuss your healthcare needs. We are never too busy to help you! We serve patients from Surrey BC, White Rock BC, Grandview Heights BC, Campbell Heights BC, Newton BC, Morgan Heights BC, and surrounding areas.
Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction
ED Dual-Shockwave Therapy (EDDSWT)
Poor blood flow to the penis frequently causes erectile dysfunction. The goal of ED Dual-Shockwave Therapy is to address the vascular etiology of erectile dysfunction rather than merely its symptoms. It combines the use of concentrated and radial shockwaves. Shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction (ED) has been available at White Rock Naturopathic Clinic since 2016.
The purpose of ED dual-shockwave treatment (EDDSWT) is to encourage stronger, longer, and more fulfilling erections by inducing blood vessel regeneration (neovascularization) in the penile shaft and base. The use of shockwave therapy as an ED treatment is permitted in more than 20 nations, including Canada. As a first-line treatment for ED, shockwave therapy is recommended by the European Association of Urology. Instead than only treating the symptoms, it resolves vascular-related ED issues. Shockwave therapy’s ultimate purpose is to assist you in reestablishing spontaneous intimacy with your spouse.
There are two types of shockwave therapy: concentrated and radial. Radial shockwaves are appropriate for the erectile tissue in the penis shaft because they penetrate more superficially. Focused shockwaves have a greater depth of penetration and are particularly effective on the crus, a deeper-lying erectile tissue found behind the testicles.
Most erectile dysfunction clinics employ a single type of shockwave. The treatment of the damaged areas and the intended effects are maximised when the two types of shockwave are used together.
Storz Duolith SD1 & MP100
STORZ manufactures our radial and focused shockwave devices by hand in Switzerland. Clinical studies indicate they have a 91% success rate when employed as part of the curriculum at educational institutions. The radial or focused device is taught in the curricula of many academic institutions, including the University of Calgary, University of Toronto, Carlton University, Queens University, CMCC (chiropractic college), Duke University, and Cleveland Clinic. The same equipment is used by several professional sports teams to assist athletes in recovering more quickly. Storz shockwave technology is utilised by players in the NHL, NBA, NFL, MLB, MLS, and ATP tour to aid with recovery.