Urologist: Michael Rotman, MD
Urologist located in Murray Hill, New York, NY & Hewlett, NY
Erectile dysfunction (ED) can feel debilitating, often negatively affecting intimate relationships and your overall quality of life. Urologist: Michael Rotman, MD, in Murray Hill, Manhattan, and Lawrence, New York, offers revolutionary penile shockwave therapy to naturally enhance your performance in the bedroom without pain or downtime. Call the office or use the online booking tool to request an appointment today.
Penile Shockwave Therapy Q&A
What is penile shockwave therapy?
Penile shockwave therapy is a noninvasive treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED). It can reduce or eliminate ED, causing stronger, longer-lasting erections. The procedure uses soundwaves to increase penile blood flow without surgery, needles, medications, or downtime.
What are the risk factors for ED?
ED is common and can happen to anybody. Factors that increase your risk of developing it include older age, stress, depression, smoking, drug or alcohol use, and being overweight. Some men also experience ED due to certain medical conditions, medical treatments, and some medications. However, seeking treatment can help restore your sex life.
What are the benefits of penile shockwave therapy?
Some of the numerous benefits associated with penile shockwave therapy include:
- No medications
- No surgery, needles, or downtime
- Stronger, longer-lasting erections
- No discomfort
- Fast treatment
- Improved blood flow
- Enhanced intimacy with your partner
Penile shockwave therapy is safe and highly effective, with proven results. Treatment is fast and painless, with little to no risk.
Is penile shockwave therapy right for me?
Shockwave treatment is a good option if you’re living with erectile dysfunction or erections that aren’t strong enough to sustain optimal sexual intercourse. If ED negatively affects your sex life, and you’d rather not take medications, receive injections, or undergo surgery, penile shockwave therapy can be an effective alternative.
What happens during penile shockwave therapy?
Prior to penile shockwave therapy, Dr. Rotman reviews your medical history, discusses your symptoms and desired outcome, and completes a physical exam to ensure you’re a good fit for the procedure.
During treatment, you remove your clothing below the waist and relax in a comfortable room. Dr. Rotman delivers soundwaves to your penis using a handheld wand-like device.
Treatment often lasts less than 30 minutes and isn’t painful.
What should I expect after treatment?
After penile shockwave therapy, you might experience a temporary tingling feeling in your penis. However, because there’s no downtime, you can resume sexual activity the same day. To achieve the best outcome, Dr. Rotman might recommend you undergo a series of six ED treatments over the course of several weeks.
Don’t let erectile dysfunction negatively affect your sex life when penile shockwave therapy is simple, fast, and noninvasive. Schedule an appointment with Urologist: Michael Rotman, MD, by calling the office or booking online today.
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