Treat Erectile Dysfunction with Renova
Problems with erectile function is very common and affects approximately half of all men above the age of 40. It can be caused by both physical and psychological factors, but the most common cause (70%) is poor arterial blood flow in the penis which can be exacerbated by things like smoking, lack of physical exercise, high blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease.
Renova is a new and non-invasive treatment for ED. By using shockwave therapy, it stimulates the generation of new blood vessels in the penis. A recent study showed a success rate of 82.5% in men treated by Renova and reported a significant improvement in erectile function in the months following treatment with no side effects.
Renova can help with:
+ Difficulty getting an erection.
+ Difficulty keeping an erection.
+ Reduced sex drive.
Orally taken erection stimulants have helped men with ED to achieve erections, however they do not treat the cause and only act as a temporary solution.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is this treatment suitable for?
Renova is an innovative treatment suitable for those suffering from Erectile Dysfunction due to physical causes, side effects of pharmaceuticals and those who have not responded to other methods of treatment.
What results can I expect?
If your erection function has deteriorated through vascular or ageing then you should expect a significant improvement in erectile function as has been reported by 82.5% of men in a recent study. If you have just noticed that your erection is not quite as reliable and firm as when you were younger then you should expect an improvement likened to a winding back of the clock.
What does the treatment involve?
Is the procedure painful?
How long does it take to work?
Are there any side effects?
Clinical studies worldwide show NO known serious side effects.
 Pelayo-Nieto, M., Linden-Castro, E., Alias-Melgar, A., Grovas, D. E. P., Carreno-de la Rosa, F., Bertrand-Noriega, F., & Cortez-Betancourt, R. (2015). Linear shock wave therapy in the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Actas Urológicas Españolas (English Edition), 39(7), 456-459.