Get Better Erections
“The revolutionary treatment uses sound waves to restore erection quality and sexual performance beyond what Viagra or Cialis could imagine.”
30 Million Men in the U.S. Suffer from Erectile Dysfunction
Men With ED Suffer from:
Lower Confidence and Self-Esteem
Significant Relationship Problems
Increased Stress Levels
Avoidance of Sex and Intimacy
Lower Enjoyment of Life
And Much More.....
Does Some of that
Ring True for You?
Fortunately, a new solution for ED is
Benefits are Long Lasting
GAINSWave therapy can last up to 2 years because the treatment actually stimulates the development of new blood vessels and tissues, restoring the health of the penis to youthful levels.
85% Success Rate
The GAINSWave protocol is effective in over 85% of people, even when other treatments failed. Acoustic shock wave therapy has been used in Europe for over 15 years with great success.
Works In Difficult Cases
The GAINSWave procedure has helped thousands of men, many of whom thought all hope was lost. It has been effective in patients even when drugs like Viagra didn't work, or in cases of diabetes, high blood pressure, and prostate cancer.
The procedure uses Low Intensity Acoustic Shockwaves to stimulate blood vessel growth and remove microplaque. The procedure is easily tolerated and is extremely safe. Adverse events are extremely rare.
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Why Choose Gainswave Therapy?
Lasting, Life-changing Results
Because GAINSwave actually improves the anatomy of the penis, like making a muscle stronger, patients have improvements lasting for up to 2 years. Talk about a psychological confidence boost!
No Need for Costly ED Pills
GAINSwave has improved erections in men even when medications have failed in the past. And since the need for medication is eliminated, you're always ready. No more worrying about when to take a medication, no more side effects, no more costly trips to the pharmacy.
Repairs the Cause of ED
Most Erectile Dysfunction is caused by poor blood flow to the penis -- caused by plaque build-up and aging. The GAINSwave procedure uses sound waves to repair aged blood vessels, create new blood vessels, and removed decades of plaque. The result is more blood flow to the penis. This means better, more intense, stronger, and longer lasting erections.
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Backed in Scientific Literature
Therapeutic Advances in Urology - 2013
"The results of our studies, which also included a double-blind randomized control trial, confirm that LI-ESWT generates a significant clinical improvement of erectile function and a significant improvement in penile hemodynamics without any adverse effects...LI-ESWT may create a new standard of care for men with vasculogenic ED."
"Clinical trials demonstrated it's a safe, effective and well tolerated treatment for erectile dysfunction...which even includes men who do not respond to PDE-5 inhibitors [drugs like Viagra and Cialis]"
International Journal of Urology - 2014
"...the pre-intervention and post-intervention difference in low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy was found to be significant in the subgroup with severe erectile dysfunction."
European Association of Urology - 2009
"In patients with Peyronie's Disease, Extracorporeal ShockWave Therapy leads to pain resolution and ameliorates
both Erectile Function and Quality of Life."
Scandinavian Journal of Urology - 2014
"After 10 weeks, twenty-nine men
(57%, active group) were able to obtain an erection after treatment and to have sexual intercourse without the use of medication.
In the placebo group, only five men (9%) showed similar results (p=0.0001)."
Contact Us Today and get your Mojo Back
“I'm so happy to have found something that has improved my life so much. Dr. Patel makes the whole experience comfortable and actually fun.”
Alan / Chicago, 61 y.o.