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This science-based approach to treating E.D. is called Acoustic Wave Therapy

Posted at 1:30 PM, May 27, 2021
and last updated 2021-05-27 15:30:05-04

Relationships can be tough, emotionally and physically.

Wasatch Medical Center can help with the physical side for men who may be struggling with erectile dysfunction.

Andrew Rinehart, a Medical Technician at Wasatch Medical, joined us to talk about their science-based treatment called Acoustic Wave Therapy.

Rinehart says this technology has been studied by 40 different outfits, including Cambridge University and the Journal of Sexual Medicine. He told us the studies were double-blind, and they found Acoustic Wave Therapy can regrow blood vessels in that part of the body.

Each treatment is only about 10 minutes, and Rinehart says in two or three weeks, things could be back to normal in the bedroom.

Rinehart says the Cambridge study even tested men with severe E.D. that were no longer responding to the pill, and they showed a high success rate.

They also treat men in their 20's and 30's who have less severe cases.

Right now if you call 801-901-8000, Wasatch Medical Clinic is giving away a lot for free: an accessment, exam and ultrasound. Plus, you'll get a gift that produces instant results in the bedroom.

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