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Shockwave Therapy to Treat Erectile Dysfunction

The ED Shockwave Procedure

ED Shockwave Therapy is a ground-breaking treatment-delivery system that allows men with ED to regain their normal and natural response to sexual arousal – without drugs, health risks or side effects.

Erectile dysfunction is usually the result of poor circulation to the penis. The low-intensity waves applied by shockwave therapy are believed to stimulate the repair of aged blood vessels, promote growth of new blood vessels, and accelerate the removal of micro-plaque.

ED Shockwave Therapy treats the cause of erectile dysfunction, and not just its symptoms.

Shockwave therapy has been successfully tested and regularly used in various areas of medicine including Orthopedics, Aesthetic Medicine, and Sports Medicine.

There are numerous scientific studies that show shockwave therapy can potentially improve local revascularization (regeneration of blood vessels and enhanced blood flow) on a variety of body parts, including the penis.

How It Works

The aim of ED shockwave therapy (EDSWT) is to trigger regeneration of blood vessels in the penile shaft to support stronger, longer, and more satisfying erection.

EDSWT is currently considered an investigational treatment modality for ED according to the 2018 erectile dysfunction guideline by the American Urological Association, and is widely used in Canada and around the world for erectile dysfunction treatment.

Inside the penis is an area called the corpora cavernosa, containing two arteries. An erection occurs when they are filled with blood that’s held in place until ejaculation or orgasm is achieved.

When there is insufficient blood flow, the penis remains flaccid. EDSWT directs energy waves, (extra corporeal shockwaves are the clinical term) with the goal to improve blood flow to the penis.

The successful use of extra corporeal shockwaves is highly documented in many fields of healthcare, including physiotherapy, urology and pain management.

The waves are targeted to the area of the body where blood flow has been constrained. The procedure is safe for men with heart disease, unlike some erectile dysfunction medications.

EDSWT takes under a half hour and you can return to sexual activity the same day.

Benefits for Saskatchewan Men

Erectile Dysfunction Shockwave Therapy (EDSWT) is generally a painless treatment that can potentially help men regain sexual desire and satisfaction.

EDSWT could be a viable option for you if:

Benefits of EDSWT include:

The energy pulses in EDSWT are similar to sound waves. There’s usually no discomfort during or after the procedure.

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Conditions Treated With EDSWT at RevibeMD

ED Treatment Results*

Shockwave therapy helps improve the volume of blood flow into tissue with the goals of helping you achieve harder, longer-lasting erections.

Patients generally see results in several weeks and can retain those benefits for up to one year.

Shockwave therapy is an option that treats a physiological cause and requires no planning, pills, surgery, implants, and is non-invasive. Men who were forced to rely on PDE inhibitors can once again naturally and spontaneously respond to arousal. For those who cannot use medications, EDSWT opens a new path for regaining sexual wellness.

The ultimate goal of shockwave is to help you restore intimacy with your partner.

*Results may vary.

Procedure Details

Regina and Saskatoon ED Shockwave FAQ


While your physician may refer you to RevibeMD, you are also able to self-refer and do not need a referral. How long does it take for shockwave therapy for ED to work? Most men who get shockwave therapy for ED will see benefits within one to three months. Many men have initial results in the first weeks.
Yes. It is encouraged in order to gauge the subjective effectiveness of treatment. This is a non-invasive procedure with no down time. You will experience little to no discomfort throughout the course of your treatment plan.
No, not at all. It’s more like a sound wave than an electric sound wave. Men feel a light vibration during the procedure. The only after effect may be a temporary tingling due to increased blood flow.
Yes. This procedure appropriates technology that is well proven in other fields of medicine, including cardiology. It’s painless, requires no post treatment recovery period and has no known side effects or complications.
Studies have shown that the majority of men that experience positive results will still have a beneficial effect beyond a year. Men can receive additional treatments any time they’re needed.