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Men- Don't let your love life suffer because of this.

Posted at 12:29 PM, Dec 23, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-23 14:29:53-05

If you’ve been suffering from ED and looking for an effective solution, Flagstone Medical is here to provide you with a real solution thanks to Acoustic Wave Therapy.

At Flagstone Medical in Tucson and Long Beach, we provide high quality care and offer the utmost discretion to all of our patients. Contact us today to arrange for a confidential consultation to determine your eligibility. After a few simple tests we will recommend the ideal treatment program to achieve your goals. Sessions are comfortable, virtually pain-free, and non-invasive. They typically last only about 20 minutes each and there is no recovery time involved.

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Acoustic Wave Therapy offers an effective pain-free solution for ED without the use of medications. This cutting edge process involves the use of low-intensity sound waves which are released gently over the penis and the shaft. This leads to neovascularization, which is the formation of new blood vessels, as well as the opening of existing blood vessels. This treatment gets to the root of ED instead of merely treating its symptoms.
What To ExpectThis therapy is typically administered in short 20 minute sessions twice a week. It takes as little as six sessions to begin to see the amazing results. Patients are capable of achieving and sustaining erections that are firmer as a result of this procedure. Patients also report increased sensitivity, more pleasurable orgasms, and better sexual performance overall.

Proven ResultsAcoustic Wave Therapy has been used in Europe for over a decade and offers proven results for erectile dysfunction. Now it has been approved by the FDA for use here in the United States. Not only has this treatment been proven to be more effective than Cialis®, Viagra® and other oral ED medications, but it comes without side effects. In a study recently conducted by Cambridge University, 95% of men report improved erections based on the SHIM (Sexual Health Inventory for Men) score.