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This treatment for E.D. won't be a pain or painful

How Wave Therapy treats erectile dysfunction
Posted at 1:29 PM, Sep 01, 2022

Guys, if you are struggling in the bedroom, but think fixing E.D. will be a pain and painful, here's something for you... Wave Therapy.

Wave Therapy at Wasatch Medical Clinic could have you back to normal in the bedroom in just two or three weeks.

The treatments are painless, and don't involve injections, surgery or even pills.

Miles Broadhead with Wasatch Medical Clinic, says a device is placed directly on the skin, and pressure waves work to regrow blood vessels.

That means blood flow to that area of the body.

The treatments only take about 10 minutes a session and there's no down time afterward.

Broadhead says there are almost 60 studies on this Wave Therapy to treat E.D. You can read more on the science page of their website.

And, if you want more information, you can call 801-901-8000 right now. Wasatch Medical Clinic is offering a FREE doctor's exam, assessment and blood flow ultrasound, all for FREE.

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