Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT)

Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT)

Operation Duration

15 Mins

Hospital Stay


Total Stay




Approximate Recovery

2 Days

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Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) is a cutting-edge medical procedure employed in urology that harnesses the power of high-energy shock waves to treat a wide range of urological conditions. This non-invasive and innovative approach has gained recognition for its efficacy in addressing several urological issues, offering patients an alternative to traditional surgical interventions.

  • Erectile Dysfunction (ED): One of the most notable applications of ESWT in urology is in the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction. By enhancing blood flow to the penis, ESWT can help alleviate ED, providing a non-invasive option for men seeking to improve their sexual health.
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS): Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome can be a debilitating condition, but ESWT offers hope for those affected. By targeting the areas causing pain and discomfort, shock wave therapy can provide relief to individuals struggling with CPPS.
  • Peyronie’s Disease: Men with Peyronie’s disease, characterized by penile curvature and potential discomfort during erections, can benefit from ESWT. This treatment may reduce penile curvature and alleviate symptoms, improving quality of life.
  • Prostatitis: In certain cases of chronic prostatitis, ESWT may be employed as a therapeutic option. It can help mitigate inflammation and pain associated with this condition.

The adoption of ESWT in urology comes with several compelling advantages:

  • Non-Invasive: ESWT is non-invasive, sparing patients from the risks and recovery time associated with surgical procedures.
  • Minimal Discomfort: Patients usually experience minimal discomfort or pain during the procedure, enhancing overall patient comfort.
  • Quick Recovery: ESWT typically requires little to no downtime. Patients can resume their daily activities shortly after treatment.
  • High Success Rates: ESWT has demonstrated promising success rates in the treatment of various urological conditions, making it an attractive option for patients seeking effective solutions without surgery.

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