GAINSWave was recently featured in an article in the New York Post discussing how the use of shock waves can help men with Erectile Dysfunction to regain their sex lives. This treatment uses low-intensity extracorporeal shock wave therapy (LI-ESWT) which increases blood flow to the penis to create better erections.
Many healthcare professionals and doctors are enthusiastic about this new treatment option and what it can mean for their patients who are suffering from ED, “People in the community who deal with erectile dysfunction often use the word ‘promising’ when they talk about this therapy,” says Dr. Michael Reitano, the physician-in-residence for men’s health startup Roman, the creators of the erection-tracking app Morning Glory.
Another supporter and early adopter of the GAINSWave treatment, Dr. Kate Kass, echoes that sentiment and claims her Washington-based practice sees a 75-80% success rate amongst patients. One such patient is famed biohacker and New York Times Bestselling author, Dave Asprey, who recently underwent the GAINSWave treatment then reviewed it on his Bulletproof Podcast.
Although Asprey doesn’t suffer from ED, he aspires to live to 180-years-old and sees how down the road GAINSWave can greatly benefit those having trouble in their nether regions. Dr. Kass further explains the benefits of GAINSWave and the effects of regaining physical abilities, “It can mean everything for a man,” says Kass. “It takes away stress on their relationship, improves their self-confidence, and their confidence in other arenas of life. It can be a huge relief.” For the full article, read here.