GAINSWave Therapy For Treating Erectile Dysfunction, Peyronie’s Disease And To Improve Sexual Performance
GAINSWave Therapy For ED Treatment In Riverview Florida is a revolutionary drug-free and surgery-free, non-invasive procedure that uses pulse waves to improve sexual performance in men safely, quickly and effectively.
The pulse waves applied to the penis during GAINSWave therapy sessions promote the repair of existing blood vessels and the creation of new blood vessels in the penis, resulting in improved blood flow. Better blood flow translates to better erection quality and sexual performance.
To watch videos about GAINSWave therapy and to watch patient testimonials, please visit our GAINSWave Therapy Video Gallery.
What Is GAINSWave Therapy?
GAINSWave therapy is a new state-of-the-art treatment for erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease that improves male sexual performance.
GAINSWave therapy is one of the most effective ED treatment methods because it addresses the root cause of many men’s issue, which is poor blood flow through the penis.
How Does GAINSWave Work?
Over time, with age, blood vessels that supply blood to a man’s penis begin to collapse or break down…they become thin and blocked by micro-plaque build-up. As a result blood flow through the penis decreases and penis sensitivity diminishes or goes away completely resulting in decreased sexual performance.
Using GAINSWave therapy, high frequency, low intensity shockwaves rejuvenate the aged area in the penis, micro-plaque is removed, blood flow increases and new blood vessels develop.
The increased blood flow results in harder, stronger and more sustainable erections, improving sexual performance.
The Benefits of GAINSWave Therapy
By expanding existing blood vessels and generating new ones, GAINSWave helps to improve blood flow to the penis and offers men these benefits:
- no down time
- drug-free treatment
- non-invasive method
- surgery-free treatment
- simple in-office procedure
- natural treatment of the root cause
- more spontaneous intimacy (no pill-planning required)
- long-lasting results (lasting up to 2 years)
- little or no known side effects
- improved sexual performance
- harder, more full erections
- increased sensitivity
- over 75% success rate
- improved blood flow
- better orgasms
In addition, GAINSWave therapy is an all natural ED treatment, is non-invasive and is safe for patients with health conditions such as:
- heart disease
- high blood pressure
GAINSWave Therapy Results
With healthier blood vessels in the penis and increased blood flow, thousands of patients who are undergoing GAINSWave therapy are reporting that they now have harder, stronger and more sustainable erections and a better overall sex life.
The science behind GAINSWave reveals benefits lasting up to 2 years. However, patients can continue to receive treatments ongoing as part of the GAINSWave maintenance protocol. Compounding benefit not only helps maintain the results, but patients have also reported continued improvement and enhanced sexual performance.
To learn more about patients’ experience and results after undergoing GAINSWave therapy, visit our GAINSWave Video Gallery.
What To Expect During GAINSWave Therapy
Approximately 30 minutes prior to your GAINSWave treatment session, you will apply a numbing cream to the treatment area such that your therapy session is pain-free.
During your GAINSWave treatment session, which lasts about 20-30 minutes, your treatment provider will use the GAINSWave device to deliver the sound wave pulses on the treatment area.
Once your GAINSWave session is over you may immediately resume all normal activities, with absolutely no down time.
In just six to twelve sessions, GAINSWave therapy can quickly, safely and effectively enhance your sexual performance.
GAINSWave For Peyronie’s Disease
Most known as a curvature of the penis, Peyronie’s disease is caused by fibrous scar tissue that usually develops from some type of trauma.
This scar tissue prevents elasticity when the penis is aroused and causes the bend of the penis, making intercourse painful and impossible.
GAINSWave therapy helps break up the scar tissue in the penis and creates new blood vessels, allowing blood flow to increase through the penis, diminishing and eliminating this painful curvature of the penis so that men can enjoy their erections and sex life again.
GAINSWave Therapy For Improved Sexual Experience
GAINSWave therapy is not only for men suffering from erectile dysfunction or Peyronie’s disease. Men of all ages who have no trouble with sexual performance have undergone GAINSWave therapy to further enhance their sexual performance…enjoying more sensation, better orgasms, more sustained and harder erections.
If you would like to improve your sexual performance and overall sexual experience in the most effective, non-invasive, drug-free and surgery-free method available today, call (813) 999-3992 to schedule your GAINSWave consultation. You may also complete the appointment request form below and we will get in touch with you shortly.
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ED Treatment GAINSWave Therapy - Vein and Vascular Institute Locations
3140 S Falkenburg Rd | Riverview, FL, 33578
The Vein and Vascular Institute of Riverview
3140 S Falkenburg Rd
Riverview, FL 33578
Located on S Falkenburg Road between Causeway Blvd and U.S. Highway 301.
2809 W Waters Ave. | Tampa, FL, 33614
The Vein and Vascular Institute of Tampa Bay
2809 W Waters Ave.
Tampa, FL 33614
Located on W Waters Avenue just west of N Habana Avenue.
19185 N Dale Mabry Hwy | Lutz, FL, 33548
The Vein and Vascular Institute of Lutz
19185 N Dale Mabry Hwy
Lutz, FL 33548
Located on N Dale Mabry Highway between Van Dyke Rd and Lutz Lake Fern.
13113 Spring Hill Dr. | Spring Hill, FL, 34609
The Vein and Vascular Institute of Spring Hill
13113 Spring Hill Dr.
Spring Hill, FL 34609
Located on Spring Hill Drive between Whitewood Avenue and Linden Drive.
6633 Forest Ave. | New Port Richey, FL, 34653
The Vein and Vascular Institute of New Port Richey
6633 Forest Ave.
New Port Richey, FL 34653
Located just minutes away from the Medical Center of Trinity, off of Little Rd between Plathe Rd and Trouble Creek Rd.