Focused shockwave therapy Increases blood flow into your penis for strong, long lasting erections.
Once you’ve had your initial consultation and are deemed suitable for focused shockwave therapy you can begin a course of treatment very quickly, treatment is conducted by the specialist and renowned Osteopath John Corfield (M.Ost)

Focused Shockwave is a new effective, painless and safe treatment available at very few specialist clinic in the UK that can treat and potentially cure erectile dysfunction.

‘Cheshire Shockwave Therapy’ based in Wilmslow, Cheshire has invested in the finest Swiss engineered Shockwave system for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED)

Non invasive, short and intense focused shockwaves are applied to the penile shaft tissues, this stimulates repair which increases blood flow, fixing the root cause.

Taking medication such as viagra only ever serves as temporary solution and often has nasty side effects. The problem that causes the Erectile dysfunction in the first place will continue to get worse.

Focused shockwave is clinically proven to have long term results with more than a 75% success rate with results in as little as 3 weeks.

Where do I sign up?
We would always recommend you seeing your GP for a diagnosis before seeking our help. If need be a referral to our own private GP can be arranged. If you already have a medical diagnosis of Erectile dysfunction that’s vascular in origin then treatment can begin immediately.
The treatment itself
This state of the art treatment involves an initial assessment with clinical director John Corfield (M.Ost) who will help to identify any underlying causes. Once the correct procedure has been followed and the Erectile dysfunction of a vascular origin has been identified and diagnosed treatment can begin.

Each treatment comprises of 6 focused shockwave sessions over 6 weeks (or 2 a week for 3 weeks).

During your visit to Cheshire shockwave therapy clinic you will be placed in a very comfortable relaxing environment, once in the clinic it is just you and John Corfield (M.Ost) for the duration of the treatment.

It is a very private service. Once settled and when lay on the treatment couch an ultrasound gel will be applied to various parts of your penis, the state of the art Swiss engineered focused shockwaves will then be administered up and down the shaft, you will hear a clicking sound coming from the hand piece, patients often only feel or describe a gentle tingling sensation. Each treatment usually takes around 20 minutes.

Medication works well for me, why bother with shockwave?
Medication is only a short term solution often with nasty side effects that doesn’t actually deal with the root cause. Focused shockwave therapy is a much longer term solution with no known side effects which treats the root cause and naturally and effectively restores function giving strong, long lasting erections.
Medication doesn’t work for me will shockwave help?
Shockwave therapy has been shown to help men who have previously been unsuccessful when medication has been taken. In most cases shockwave therapy will improve or compliment any other treatment.
Is it safe?
The treatment is completely safe and has no known sided effects.
I’m diabetic, will shockwave help me?
Focused shockwave therapy is likely to help men suffering diabetes who have erectile dysfunction.
How much does Erectile Dysfunction treatment cost?
ED standard treatment package costs £2,250

This is suitable for men who are suffering from erectile dysfunction and consists of three weeks of focused shockwave treatment with 2 sessions a week or one session a week for 6 weeks. Each session will take approximately twenty minutes.



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Treatment is non-invasive, quick and effective, and has been deemed a safe treatment by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (the body that determines best practice within the NHS). No anaesthetic is required, and the patient doesn’t face a lengthy rehabilitation.