One of the key contributing factors to erectile dysfunction is impaired blood flow to the penis. GAINSWave® Therapy is a ground-breaking treatment that effectively stimulates increased blood flow in the treatment area. Using shockwave pulse therapy with an FDA-approved device, GAINSWave® treatments are non-invasive, long-lasting, and require no downtime.
Scientific studies have shown that when applied to an area, shockwave pulse therapy, like that used with the GAINSWave® device, stimulates the growth of new blood vessels (neovascularization) and growth factors thus enhancing tissue growth and repair. The result? Stronger erections and performance without the use of medications or invasive surgery.
What to Expect from Treatment
GAINSWave® treatments are quick, comfortable, and completely non-invasive. Therapy typically includes between 6-12 in-office treatments. Each session takes about an hour from start to finish, and that includes time for pre-treatment numbing to take effect. The treatment itself only takes about 20 minutes.
After your treatment is over, you can continue on with your day. And once the numbing cream wears off, we recommend you try things out for yourself. In fact, treatment effectiveness is improved with daily erections during the treatment period! No downtime needed.
- Increased nighttime and morning erections Increased spontaneous erections
- Increased effects of erectile dysfunction medications & faster onset of action (might need to lower dose). Some patients are able to stop medications.
- Increased stamina of erections
- Increased girth and vasculature on penis shaft. Shorter refractory time between climaxes.
- Increased sensitivity
75% of men experience positive results post-treatment
Immediate Results may vary from subtle to more significant improvement in symptoms. Some patients may notice same day results while others are late responders. As with all medical interventions, do not fully judge treatment results until after you’ve completed your last treatment, in about 8-12 weeks.
Call Senara at (309) 245-1995 to schedule your initial consultation to find out if you are a candidate for GAINSWave® treatment.
How Shockwave Therapy Works
Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (LI-ESWT), has been used in medicine for many years. LI- ESWT was originally a non-invasive, drug-free treatment for breaking up kidney stones, and for treating areas of muscle pain. Shockwave therapy uses pulsating sound energy to stimulate the body’s healing mechanisms. The sound waves effectively break up plaque formations in existing blood vessels while simultaneously stimulating the growth of new blood vessels and stem cells.
The increased blood flow and regeneration of tissue is what makes GAINSWave® Therapy so effective in treating erectile dysfunction. LI-ESWT treats the source of the problem, not just the symptoms.
Nearly 60% of participants in a 2015 study, showed a marked improvement in erectile dysfunction. Additionally, almost 20% of study participants were still experiencing positive results 24 weeks after only five LI-ESWT treatments. This shows that, in some cases, LI-ESWT therapy is a possible cure for men who now have to resort to ED medications.
GAINSWave® treatment is also effective in increasing sexual performance of men with just mild to moderate symptoms of ED. And there are currently over 40 clinical studies, and counting, proving the effectiveness of LI-ESWT for ED treatment. Some findings indicated up to 75% of patients citing improved performance after treatment.
Study after study shows improved sexual performance, no matter the patient age, or level of ED symptoms. The therapy is ideal for any man who wants to proactively address the potential for declining sexual performance.
A 2013 study presented by Therapeutic Advances in Urology concluded that the Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (LI-ESWT) created “a significant clinical improvement of erectile function … without any adverse effects.”
Ready to improve your performance in the bedroom without pills or surgery? Call Senara at (309) 245-1995 to schedule a GAINSWave® consultation today.
What is GAINSWave?
GAINSWave is a proven protocol for men that improves sexual performance, treats ED and keeps the penis healthy GAINSWave will benefit any man seeking to enhance his sexual pleasure and performance.
How does GAINSWave work?
GAINSWave works by using high-frequency acoustic waves to open exiting blood vessels in the penis, stimulate the growth of new blood vessels, and eliminate micro-plaque. The result is increased blood flow in the penis resulting in stronger, harder, and more sustainable erections.
Is it new?
This therapy has been used in Europe for over 15 years with great success.
How many treatments are required?
Depending on your goals, anywhere from 6-12 treatments are recommended. We also have a preventative maintenance and performance package to maintain results and optimize performance.
What are the benefits?
- Enhances erections
- Improves sexual performance
- Increases sensation in the penis
- More spontaneous erections
- Better orgasms
What are the advantages of GAINSWave over other ED medications and treatments?
- Is drug and surgery-free
- Is completely non-invasive, and has no known side effects
- Is a simple in-office procedure, with each treatment taking only 20-30 minutes
- Provides long-lasting results with no downtime
- Only protocol that actually addresses the root cause of ED, poor blood flow.
Is GAINSWave covered by insurance?
No- GAINSWave is not covered by insurance. Senara offers several different payment options, including 0% financing through Care Credit. See our payment options page for more information.
Is there clinical research?
Multiple clinical studies verify the effectiveness of acoustic wave therapy for the treatment of vascular related Erectile Dysfunction (ED).
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