Shock Wave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction Reviewed by the European Association of Urology
The European Assication of Urology has recently published a review of the effectiveness of shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction. The researchers examined data from 14 previous studies of the use of shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction. The overall results were positive!
When any new medical procedure or treatment becomes available on the market, there is always some public and media scepticism as to its effectiveness; especially until the academic community eventually comes together to justify the science. Scientific studies, abstracts and articles published in medical journals take forever to compile, their findings…and until they prove decisively that the treatment works, people are understandably reluctant to hand over their hard earned cash in the hope of finding a solution that works for them.
Here at Harley Street Men’s Clinic we get that…we really do, which is why we are constantly on the lookout for independent scientific evidence to support our product, scouring journals and articles that verify and prove what we already know from our own experience.
We have 100% confidence in Shockwave Therapy and our partners at Storz Medical have undertaken their own research and development to provide us with state of the art equipment that is both safe, and effective in the majority of cases. However we always welcome the input of the independent scientific community, and this abstract, which has shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction reviews of 14 studies, goes some way in proving what we already know: that our treatment works amazingly well for a wide range of individuals who have exhausted alternative avenues in the hope of finding a cure for their Erectile Dysfunction.
Feedback from our customers and our client testimonials show that a significant proportion of the people that we treat have seen a massive improvement in their situation; enhancing and reinvigorating their sex lives, improving their relationships and generally contributing to a more positive outlook on life.