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Peyronie’s disease/induration penis plastica (IPP) Treatment

Peyronies disease can feel extremely painful – in some cases, even putting on underwear or sitting in a particular position can cause excruciating pain. With shockwave therapy as a Peyronie’s disease treatment, you can find great relief from the pain, accelerate healing, and even improve penile curvature with repeated sessions.

Shockwave Treatment for Peyronie's Disease/ Induratio Penis Plastica (IPP)

Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive and innovative treatment option that has shown promise in managing penile curvature syndrome. During shockwave therapy, low-intensity acoustic waves are delivered to the affected area of the penis using a specialized applicator-head device. These waves help stimulate the body’s natural healing processes and promote scar tissue breakdown.

Here at Men’s Care Clinic, expert shockwave therapy technicians will oversee your treatment of Peyronie’s syndrome, helping you find satisfaction and relief from pain with minimal to zero side effects. Learn more about the benefits of this treatment below.

Benefits of shockwave therapy for Peyronie's Disease

Pain Reduction: One of the primary benefits of shockwave therapy is the potential for pain relief associated with Peyronie’s disease. By breaking down the scar tissue and promoting healing, shockwave therapy can reduce pain and discomfort during erections.

Improved Penile Curvature: Shockwave therapy has shown promising results in reducing the curvature of the penis caused by Peyronie’s disease. The acoustic waves help to break down the fibrous plaques, allowing the penis to straighten and potentially restore normal function.

Enhanced Sexual Function: By reducing pain, improving penile curvature, and promoting tissue healing, shockwave therapy can help restore sexual function and improve overall sexual satisfaction for individuals with Peyronie’s disease.

Non-Invasive and Minimal Side Effects: Shockwave therapy is a great alternative to surgical procedures and pharmaceutical treatment options for Peyronie’s disease. It is generally well-tolerated, and most individuals experience minimal side effects, such as temporary mild discomfort or bruising at the treatment site.

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Men’s Care Clinic is a specialist Peyronie’s disease clinic specializing in offering Peyronie’s disease best treatment that promotes a permanent and non-invasive penile curvature fix that delivers better sexual satisfaction, relief from pain, and general wellness. Call Men’s Care Clinic and set an appointment at (647) 955-6095 or by filling out this contact form.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Shockwave therapy for Peyronie's disease, also known as Induration Penis Plastica (IPP), is a non-invasive treatment that utilizes acoustic waves to break down scar tissue and promote tissue healing in the penis. Peyronie's disease is a condition characterized by the formation of fibrous plaques in the penis, leading to penile curvature and pain during erections. Shockwave therapy can benefit patients by reducing pain, improving penile curvature, enhancing erectile function, and promoting tissue remodeling in the affected area.

Shockwave therapy works by delivering high-intensity acoustic waves to the affected areas of the penis. These waves help break down the fibrous plaques and scar tissue associated with Peyronie's disease, promoting tissue remodeling and healing. The therapy also stimulates the release of growth factors, which further aid in tissue repair and regeneration. As a result, pain is reduced, penile curvature is improved, and erectile function may be enhanced.

During a shockwave therapy session for Peyronie's disease/Induration Penis Plastica (IPP), the patient lies down while a specialized device is applied to the penis. The device delivers focused acoustic waves to the targeted areas. The treatment is generally well-tolerated and does not require anesthesia. The duration of each session can vary, but a typical session lasts between 15 to 30 minutes. Multiple treatment sessions, spaced apart over a few weeks, are usually recommended for optimal results.

Shockwave therapy for Peyronie's disease/Induration Penis Plastica (IPP) is considered a safe and well-tolerated treatment with minimal risks. Some patients may experience temporary discomfort or mild pain during the treatment, but these effects are typically transient. Rarely, mild bruising or skin redness may occur at the treatment site. It is important to consult with a healthcare professional experienced in shockwave therapy to assess individual risks and determine the suitability of the treatment.

The duration of the effects of shockwave therapy for Peyronie's disease/Induration Penis Plastica (IPP) can vary among individuals. Some patients may experience immediate improvement in penile curvature, pain reduction, and enhanced erectile function following the treatment. However, multiple sessions are often required to achieve optimal results. The effects of shockwave therapy can be long-lasting, but periodic maintenance sessions may be recommended to sustain the benefits over time.