Shockwave Therapy

A New Proven Treatment to Reverse Erectile Dysfunction

Men’s Health Solution Shockwave Therapy specializes in helping men who suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED). We also provide men’s health treatment in other conditions such as Peyronie’s disease, Induration penis plastica, Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome / Male Pelvic Pain / Chronic Prostatitis, Post Prostatectomy Erectile Dysfunction.

  • Low intensity focused shockwave therapy
  • Improves blood flow, strengthens nerves and blood vessels
  • Reverse ED for the long-term
  • No needles or invasive surgery
  • No anesthesia required
  • Latest treatment modality for ED
  • Free Consultation Available

“I had immediate improvements after my first session of shockwave therapy with MHS .”

Phil Martinez

Our Services

A New Proven Treatment to Reverse Erectile Dysfunction

Sexual Health

  • Erectile Dysfunction


  • Bent Penis Treatment
  • Congenital Penile Curvature
  • Peyronie’s Disease


  • Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
  • Post Prostatectomy ED
  • Chronic Prostatitis

Shockwave Therapy has proven results ED. MHS are ready to help.

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is simply the repeated inability to get or to keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. You might find that you can’t get an erection at all, or you can get one only sometimes or you can only keep an erection for a brief period of time.

It is known that over 50% of men aged 40-70 suffer from some form of Erectile Dysfunction either permanently or occasionally.

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Treatment Options For ED

Oral medication such as PDE-5 inhibitors are widely used however we must differentiate between treating erectile dysfunction causes a as opposed to treating the underlying symptoms, the former leading to more permanent results.

Treatment options include:

  • Low-intensity Extracorporal Shockwave Therapy
  • Pelvic Floor Exercises
  • Life Style Modification
  • Vacuum erection devices
  • Intercavernous injection therapy
  • Penile prosthesis

What Is Peyronie’s Disease (PD)?

Peyronie’s Disease, also known as Induration Penis Plastica, is a potentially progressive disease resulting in a penile curvature abnormality.

In most cases, men suffering will     present with formation of fibrous plaques in the tunica albuginea that can lead to penile deformities during erection such as curvature, shortening, indentations or an hour-glass deformity that may be complicated by painful erections and a variable degree of erectile dysfunction.

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Treatment Options For PD

Treatment plan should be individualized depending on patients on the benefits and risks of various treatment alternatives.

Treatment option includes:

  • Medications
  • Low-intensity Extracorporal Shockwave Therapy
  • Intralesional Therapy
  • Penile Traction
  • Surgical Therapy

What is Chronic Prostatitis?

CPPS, Male Pelvic pain and CP are non malignant pain that is perceived in structures related to the pelvis and lower abdomen and may be associated with urinary, bowel or sexual symptoms. There may also be associated negative cognitive behavioral, emotional consequences.

The most common symptom is pain or discomfort in one or multiple urogenital regions including the:

  • Perineum (the area between the anus and the scrotum)
  • Suprapubic region (the area above the pubic hair)
  • Testicles
  • Penis (especially penile tip pain)
  • Lower back, abdomen or rectum
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Treatment Options For CPPS /Male Pelvic Pain / CP?

The most common pharmaceutical treatment options CPPS have not proven very effective in alleviating pain. Other treatments include:

  • A course of Low-intensity Extracorporal Shockwave Therapy
  • Pelvic floor massage
  • Pelvic floor exercises

Some Frequently Asked Questions

How Does Shockwave Therapy Work?

What Causes Erectile Dysfunction?

What Is Peyronie’s Disease (PD)?

What is Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)?

MHS Shockwave Therapy

CPPS /Male Pelvic Pain / CP Diagnosis

Post Prostatectomy ED

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Options