A recent press release published by the American Urological Association (AUA) has highlighted GAINSWave® as the leader in the shockwave market for men’s sexual health optimization. The AUA is a professional association in the United States for urology professionals, and is on a mission to promote the highest standards of urological clinical care through education, research and the formulation of health care policy. This is a mission GAINSWave stands proudly behind.
The press release published by the AUA “aims to characterize the relative impact of direct-to-consumer marketing of shockwave therapy by quantifying the frequency of internet search queries for various shockwave options for ED.” And concludes with the following: “The shockwave therapy market has been largely dominated by GAINSWave, a practitioner database and marketing platform that promotes the efficacy of shockwave therapy and underscores GAINSWave’s success as a marketing platform.”
GAINSWave is a premium brand of extracorporeal acoustic shockwave therapy for erectile optimization, performed by a network of highly-trained medical providers across the nation.
“GAINSWave was created to provide patients across the United States with safe treatment performed solely by trained medical professionals,” shares GAINSWave CEO, Mark L. White. “The protocols GAINSWave providers use were created by Urologists. In fact, 20% of all GAINSWave providers are urologists. To see this acknowledgment coming from the AUA is very rewarding for our team,” White continues.
GAINSWave’s goal is to provide helpful educational information to men seeking shockwave therapy, and connecting them with trained medical professionals for safe and effective solutions so they don’t fall victim to unlicensed, untrained fly-by-night clinics that offer shockwave therapy.
“I admire that GAINSWave has developed an anatomy-based protocol that actually works and doesn’t promise things to patients that just aren’t true,” shares board-certified urologist, Dr. Bruce Sloane.
GAINSWave is currently working in conjunction with Board-Certified Urologist, Dr. Judson Brandeis to create the largest shockwave study ever performed. The S.W.E.E.T Study has accrued 164 patients and 40 medical practices across the US and Canada to help chart future protocol development for the treatment of men with erectile dysfunction with a technology of shockwave therapy.