One of the most effective ED Treatment in the world, now available in Delhi and Gurgaon only at Dr. Sudhir Bhola's clinics in India
Now you must be wondering how does shock wave ed therapy in Delhi actually works? Well it basically diverts the right amount of blood flow to the penis without involving any surgical methods or any steroids or any type of medicines. Penis Erection is the result of a complex synergy between the blood vessels, the nervous system, hormones and the muscles. During an erection there is an amount of blood flow to the penis, which in turn increases the pressure. A sufficient amount of blood flow to cavernous bodies plays a critical role in the erectile function of the body.
Linear shockwave ED therapy is an advanced technique that is a quick and comprehensive treatment for covering the entire cavernous body. The therapy source or the tool is placed at right angles to the cavernous bodies and moved longitudinally along the penis (the cavernous bodies) and the perineum (crura of the penis). This results in a maximum, homogeneous transfer of energy. The treatment is quick and lasts only a few minutes. The number of sessions required for a person is only decided by the doctor after an examination. This treatment is currently only available at Curewell Therapies. Dr. Sudhir Bhola is the founder of Curewell Therapies and is the most successful sexologist in Delhi NCR.
Linear shock wave therapy for ED reviews
I visited Dr. Sudhir Bhola in 2019 for an early ejaculation problem in the hope to get a permanent solution as I had wasted more than 1 lakh rupees on different over-the-counter products which give symptomatic relief for a limited time. I have been married twice and changed many partners before due to this problem. I was given a reference to Dr. Bhola from a urologist doctor friend of mine. I started his medicines in which there were only herbal ayurvedic medications which had no side effects but only positive signs on my body. Firstly my erections were getting better, after which my timing was improving slowly after each intercourse session. My strength and energy levels also increased significantly. Within 4-5 months, my problem was cured and to date, I haven't faced any issues.
The number of sessions and shocks varies from patient to patient. So a physical examination by the doctor is required for shock wave therapy treatment (in case of erectile dysfunction)
What is linear shock wave ED therapy?
Linear shock wave therapy for ED or erectile dysfunction is the process of using a specialized medical tool to send harmless shockwaves through the penis to reset the blood vessels and promote the natural healing of erectile dysfunction. After a consultation with Dr. Sudhir Bhola, a treatment plan will be decided. In just a few days of therapy, the stimulation by the shock waves will promote blood flow and eliminate your ED.
Does linear shock wave therapy hurt?
Despite how it sounds, the entire shock wave process is completely harm-free. The medical machine generates a low amount of electricity and is passed along your shaft. The electric pulses, which you will not feel, are so small they can open your blood vessels, reset your nervous system, and promote a natural erection.
How many sessions does it take?
Each individual is treated based on the severity of their erectile dysfunction. What may take 4 sessions for one man could take 6 for another. When you work with Dr. Sudhir Bhola, you will be given an individual exam and determine a personalized treatment plan. This ensures the treatment is tailored to your needs and remains safe and effective. In most cases, treatment is completed in just a few sessions which makes it perfect for those who need quick results (such as those traveling from abroad and those who are soon to be married).
What is the cost of shock wave therapy for ED in India?
The cost is not fixed as it varies from patient to patient. The cost depends upon many points such as the size of the penis, number of sessions, and shocks.
More than 236 patients rated Linear ESWT with 5 stars on Google. Where the highest is 5 and the lowest is marked as 1. The aggregate rating was 4.9 in 2020.