• 3 Reasons to Consider GAINSWave Therapy for Men

    on Feb 1st, 2020

When you were younger and stronger, your erections were, too. But as you’ve aged, you’ve noticed changes that affect your sex life and may even be making sex embarrassing or painful. 

Or, you may have had trauma that damaged your penis so that it curves upward when erect, which happens with a condition called Peyronie’s disease. Peyronie’s disease can make sex downright painful.

At Men's T Clinic, our all-male physicians and erectile dysfunction experts  not only understand the importance of reliable, comfortable erections for a man’s mental and physical health, they’ve all experienced what happens when your “equipment” doesn’t work. 

At our offices in Dallas, Frisco, The Colony, Houston, Cypress, Pearland, Pasadena, and Spring, Texas, we offer a breakthrough, noninvasive therapy called GAINSWave that restores blood flow and normal tissue to your penis shaft so you can have strong, straight, reliable erections again. Here are just three reasons to consider GAINSWave therapy:

1. You want to be harder

About 40% of men experience some ED by the time they’re over 40. By age 70, 70% have some ED and 15% have complete ED. 

If you have occasional or chronic erectile dysfunction (ED), something may be preventing blood from fully engorging your penis when you’re sexually aroused. As you age, the blood vessels in your penis get weaker and can develop plaque that impedes blood flow. 

GAINSWave is a shockwave treatment that directs high frequency, low-intensity sound waves to the penile shaft to break up plaque and stimulate the growth of healthy, new blood vessels. The pulsating acoustic waves trigger a healing response in your penis that awakens dormant stem cells and promotes the production of growth factors that rejuvenate your erectile tissue.

More than 30 clinical trials have shown that acoustic wave therapy is effective for restoring circulation to the penis and improving ED. 

The treatment only takes about 30 minutes. Your doctor first has you apply numbing cream to your shaft to keep you comfortable as the GAINSWave pulsating sound waves break up plaque and stimulate the growth of new tissue and blood vessels. 

You may need a series of 6-12 treatments. Some men have a spontaneous erection within 24 hours of their first treatment. Results can last for up to 3 years, but your doctor may recommend a follow-up visit so you can maintain your benefits.

2. You want to be straighter

If you have the upward curve to your penis known as Peyronie’s disease, you have scar tissue somewhere on your shaft that’s preventing your penis from straightening out when it’s erect. Peyronie’s disease may complicate the sexual act and can also be painful.

GAINSWave breaks up the disordered collagen that makes the scar tissue on your penile bend. As the old scar tissue gets flushed away, your body rebuilds the area with fresh new collagen and elastin, creating healthy tissue. After a few months, your erections are straight again and sex is full of pleasure, not pain.

3. You want better sex

Because GAINSWave rebuilds your penile tissue, every aspect of the sex act is improved. You’ll have more sensation on the head and shaft, and better orgasms, too. Benefits of GAINSWave for ED or Peyronie’s disease include:

If you have ED, you may have other factors that complicate your condition, including low testosterone, cardiovascular disease, or diabetes. Your Men’s T Clinic physician conducts a complete physical and blood tests to determine all of the reasons for your ED, and then tailors a treatment plan to your needs.

Contact the Men’s T Clinic office nearest you today by phone or use the online booking form to request your GAINSWave consultation.

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