Shock Wave Therapy For Ed And Peyronies Disease

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Shock Wave Therapy For Ed And Peyronies Disease

 

Shock wave therapy has been used for decades for mitigation of peyronies disease (penile scarring). Safety data has been excellent but efficacy has been sporadic ranging from “great improvement” to “no different than placebo.” Overall, the medical literature seems to favor a diminution in pain in many peyronies patients. Since 2012, there has been new literature from Israel (1) and (2) supporting the use of Low Intensity Shock Wave therapy for erectile dysfunction showing positive effects again with excellent safety.

At Lander Urology, we are implementing Low Intensity Shock Wave technology using a Storz D-Actor machine which has been specially designed for penile treatment but is NOT specifically FDA approved for peyronies or erectile dysfunction. Therefore, the device is being used “off-label” for this purpose. Storz from Germany is the world largest and best known manufacturer of quality shock wave equipment. A shock wave transducer outside your body produces the low energy shock waves that penetrate your skin and affects deeper tissues in the penile shaft.

During your procedure, you will lay flat on your back and the technician or Doctor will place some coupling gel on the skin of the penile shaft. The shock waves will be delivered with a handheld probe placed on the penis and the treatment takes approximately 15 minutes. No anesthesia is required so if you experience significant pain, please notify the doctor immediately.

For select patients with ED and Peyronies disease, Shock wave treatments can be combined with intracavernosal injection of stromal vascular fraction (adult mesenchymal stem cells and growth factors) obtained from a person’s own fat. See www.stemcellrevolution.com

Dr. Lander’s peyronies data presented at 2013 Western Section American Urologic Meeting Click Here

Citations

  1. The Journal of Urology Volume 187, Issue 4, Supplement , Page e606, April 2012 DOES LOW-INTENSITY EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE THERAPY HAVE A PHYSIOLOGIC EFFECT ON ERECTILE FUNCTION? SHORT-TERM RESULTS OF A RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLIND, SHAM-CONTROLLED STUDY Vardi, Appel, Kilchevsky, Gruenwald
  2. J Sex Med. 2012 Jan;9(1):259-64. doi: 10.1111/j.1743-6109.2011.02498.x. Epub 2011 Oct 18. Low-intensity extracorporeal shock wave therapy?a novel effective treatment for erectile dysfunction in severe ED patients who respond poorly to PDE5 inhibitor therapy. Gruenwald I, Appel B, Vardi Y.

Shock Wave Therapy For Ed And Peyronies Disease

Shock wave therapy has been used for decades for mitigation of peyronies disease (penile scarring). Safety data has been excellent but efficacy has been sporadic ranging from “great improvement” to “no different than placebo.” Overall, the medical literature seems to favor a diminution in pain in many peyronies patients. Since 2012, there has been new literature from Israel (1) and (2) supporting the use of Low Intensity Shock Wave therapy for erectile dysfunction showing positive effects again with excellent safety.

At Lander Urology, we are implementing Low Intensity Shock Wave technology using a Storz D-Actor machine which has been specially designed for penile treatment but is NOT specifically FDA approved for peyronies or erectile dysfunction. Therefore, the device is being used “off-label” for this purpose. Storz from Germany is the world largest and best known manufacturer of quality shock wave equipment. A shock wave transducer outside your body produces the low energy shock waves that penetrate your skin and affects deeper tissues in the penile shaft.

During your procedure, you will lay flat on your back and the technician or Doctor will place some coupling gel on the skin of the penile shaft. The shock waves will be delivered with a handheld probe placed on the penis and the treatment takes approximately 15 minutes. No anesthesia is required so if you experience significant pain, please notify the doctor immediately.

For select patients with ED and Peyronies disease, Shock wave treatments can be combined with intracavernosal injection of stromal vascular fraction (adult mesenchymal stem cells and growth factors) obtained from a person’s own fat. See www.stemcellrevolution.com

Dr. Lander’s peyronies data presented at 2013 Western Section American Urologic Meeting Click Here

Citations

  1. The Journal of Urology Volume 187, Issue 4, Supplement , Page e606, April 2012 DOES LOW-INTENSITY EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE THERAPY HAVE A PHYSIOLOGIC EFFECT ON ERECTILE FUNCTION? SHORT-TERM RESULTS OF A RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLIND, SHAM-CONTROLLED STUDY Vardi, Appel, Kilchevsky, Gruenwald
  2. J Sex Med. 2012 Jan;9(1):259-64. doi: 10.1111/j.1743-6109.2011.02498.x. Epub 2011 Oct 18. Low-intensity extracorporeal shock wave therapy?a novel effective treatment for erectile dysfunction in severe ED patients who respond poorly to PDE5 inhibitor therapy. Gruenwald I, Appel B, Vardi Y.

Shock Wave Therapy For Ed And Peyronies Disease

Shock wave therapy has been used for decades for mitigation of peyronies disease (penile scarring). Safety data has been excellent but efficacy has been sporadic ranging from “great improvement” to “no different than placebo.” Overall, the medical literature seems to favor a diminution in pain in many peyronies patients. Since 2012, there has been new literature from Israel (1) and (2) supporting the use of Low Intensity Shock Wave therapy for erectile dysfunction showing positive effects again with excellent safety.

At Lander Urology, we are implementing Low Intensity Shock Wave technology using a Storz D-Actor machine which has been specially designed for penile treatment but is NOT specifically FDA approved for peyronies or erectile dysfunction. Therefore, the device is being used “off-label” for this purpose. Storz from Germany is the world largest and best known manufacturer of quality shock wave equipment. A shock wave transducer outside your body produces the low energy shock waves that penetrate your skin and affects deeper tissues in the penile shaft.

During your procedure, you will lay flat on your back and the technician or Doctor will place some coupling gel on the skin of the penile shaft. The shock waves will be delivered with a handheld probe placed on the penis and the treatment takes approximately 15 minutes. No anesthesia is required so if you experience significant pain, please notify the doctor immediately.

For select patients with ED and Peyronies disease, Shock wave treatments can be combined with intracavernosal injection of stromal vascular fraction (adult mesenchymal stem cells and growth factors) obtained from a person’s own fat. See www.stemcellrevolution.com

 

Dr. Lander’s peyronies data presented at 2013 Western Section American Urologic Meeting Click Here

Citations

  1. The Journal of Urology Volume 187, Issue 4, Supplement , Page e606, April 2012 DOES LOW-INTENSITY EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE THERAPY HAVE A PHYSIOLOGIC EFFECT ON ERECTILE FUNCTION? SHORT-TERM RESULTS OF A RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLIND, SHAM-CONTROLLED STUDY Vardi, Appel, Kilchevsky, Gruenwald
  2. J Sex Med. 2012 Jan;9(1):259-64. doi: 10.1111/j.1743-6109.2011.02498.x. Epub 2011 Oct 18. Low-intensity extracorporeal shock wave therapy?a novel effective treatment for erectile dysfunction in severe ED patients who respond poorly to PDE5 inhibitor therapy. Gruenwald I, Appel B, Vardi Y.

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