ESWT Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction

Clinically-proven effective with results that last.

1-in-6 men in Singapore experience Erectile Dysfunction

The condition is common and treatable

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Often causes are because of general health issues. Diabetes, high cholesterol, heart disease and kidney disease are associated with erectile dysfunction. It is common for patients and their partners to feel inappropriately responsible for the erectile dysfunction. Some patient partners worry they might not be sufficiently attractive. With appropriate health interventions, many patients find they improve.​

What is Shock Wave Therapy?

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) for ED Treatment consists of low-intensity shock waves that are applied to different areas of the penis. ESWT treatment works by stimulating new blood vessel growth and improving blood flow, thereby improving the ability to achieve an erection.

Studies in Medical Literature show that Shock Wave therapy is well tolerated and effective.
It is HSA-Approved.

Shock Wave Therapy in The News

 

Wave therapy is a HSA-approved treatment. It has been featured in numerous publications such as CNA and TODAY.

iMedical’s ESWT treatment has been featured in Wanbao. In the article, Dr Clarence Koh talks about the causes of ED as well as the effectiveness and advantages of ESWT. Read the full article here.

Effectiveness of Shock Wave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction

 

1. There have been no major adverse effects of ESWT for ED treatment over the past 8 years of trials. The documented use of the therapy in structured clinical trials is rather recent and ESWT treatment is used in government hospitals in Singapore. Thus far, no major concerns have been raised.

2. Shock Wave Therapy has helped many men suffering from vasculogenic ED achieve significant and lasting improvement of erectile function depending on the severity and case history.

Metabolic Syndrome

Men's Health

Erectile Dysfunction

6 Simple Sessions. Lasting Results.

 

Affordable Priced At

$199

per session

Patients are required to consult the doctor on their first visit ($50).

There will be no subsequent consultation charges.

Have Any Questions?

Our doctors are glad to be of service. Whatsapp your queries to 9296 7169.

Do include any symptoms or background history with regards to your condition.

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FAQ

Who is suitable for Shock Wave Therapy?

Wave Therapy is suitable for people who have blood flow related erectile dysfunction, and people who have cardiovascular conditions (eg. diabetes). 

Not sure if you are suitable?

You can have a preliminary discussion with our doctor via Whatsapp.

How does Shock Wave Therapy compare to alternatives?

Erectile dysfunction can be treated momentarily with pills. Treatment via pills is short-lived and requires continued reliance. Meaning to say, erectile dysfunction medication does not cure the underlying problem.

When purchasing erectile dysfunction medication, it is best to obtain it from reliable sources. There have been instances of fake erectile dysfunction medications marketed as the real deal. These imitations of legitimate brands often originate from China or Malaysia. As they are not regulated by any medical authority, imitation pills may be manufactured in unsanitary conditions or contain harmful ingredients. 

Surgical procedures and implants are other alternatives to treat erectile dysfunction. However, they are usually only recommended if other treatments are unsucessful. 

Avoid consuming illegal or unregulated erectile dysfunction supplements, or ” candy “. These are non-medical-grade treatments that are not approved by the HSA – they may cause more harm than good. Recorded side effects include heart attacks, strokes, vision, and hearing loss.

How many sessions do I need?

According to clinical studies, the recommended course of ESWT treatment is 6 sessions.

Are there any side effects?

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) has been used for the treatment of vascular erectile dysfunction since 2010 [1]. It is a non-invasive procedure and has no recorded side effects.

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