Men who suffer from erectile dysfunction are unable to achieve or maintain an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse despite being sexually aroused. The penis does not become firm enough or becomes flaccid prematurely. For those affected, erectile dysfunction is usually stressful and can severely compromise the quality of life.
Peyronie’s disease is a severe curvature of the penis caused by inflammation and scarring of the corpus cavernosum. For those affected, the curved penis can lead to severe pain during sexual intercourse and even erection problems.
Prostatitis is one of the most common outpatient diagnoses made by urologists. In the vast majority of patients, it is not a bacterial infection, but a chronic non-bacterial inflammation. Prostatitis syndrome is manifested by discomfort of the prostate and the adjacent regions of perineum, anus, rectum, testis and groin.
Since 2010, extracorporeal shock wave therapy is also used to treat vascular erectile dysfunction. Shock waves of low intensity are applied to various spots in the penis. The treatment is uncomplicated and painless, anesthesia is not necessary.
The treatment stimulates the tissue and thus promotes the formation of new blood vessels in the erectile tissue. The result is a better perfusion of the penis, which may lead to improved erectility. One treatment session usually takes about 15 minutes time. Depending on the severity and the patient’s response to the therapy, 6 to 10 treatment sessions will be required.
As an accompanying measure to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, we recommend treatment with the PelviPower System.
The first step towards better quality of life
If you suffer from erectile dysfunction you are not an exception – millions of men are affected by it. The good news is: depending on the respective cause, effective treatment options are available these days. Mr. Dr. Ledermann will gladly advise you.
Symptoms of IPP
Symptoms of CPPS
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