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5% of men suffer from Peyronie’s Disease (PD), an uncomfortable condition that has been historically difficult to treat.
While treatment may have been difficult to find in the past, modern advances have given these men new hope for recovery.
Options such as GAINSwave, and other options can help to break up the plaque that causes Peyronie’s without the need for invasive surgery.
Peyronie’s disease symptoms range in severity but have been known to worsen over time or even appear rapidly. Scar tissue buildup in the tough fibrous layer surrounding the urethra within the penis, causes rigidity and inflexibility of the penis. Peyronie’s disease is caused by autoimmune diseases and acute, chronic, or repeated injuries to the penis.
The most frequently reported symptoms of the condition include:
Research shows that current oral medications available for Peyronie’s Disease treatment are not sufficient, nor are they backed by successful research. Treatment options for Peyronie’s have been limited thus far to oral medications and potentially painful surgery to correct the disformity.
To reverse this condition, the plaque needs to be dissolved to allow for normal shape and function to return to the penis.
GAINSWave therapy utilizes pulsed acoustic waves to break up tough plaque scar tissue that has built up under the skin.
This type of acoustic wave therapy was initially used for patients that suffered from hardened arteries due to the plaque formed as a result of heart disease and high cholesterol.
GAINSWave therapy is one of the most direct, comfortable, and effective ways to treat Peyronie’s disease.
With these new, non-invasive treatment options, there is no need to live with Peyronie’s Disease anymore. We recommend speaking with one of our men’s health specialists today and take the first step to beat Peyronie’s disease!
*Results will vary by each patient and their severity of peyronie’s disease.
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