Rethink your ED & Peyronie's Treatment
Renaissance Wave is the gold-standard focused wave therapy for long-lasting, proven results.
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Renaissance Wave™ Therapy
Revibe Men’s Health is focused on men’s health wellness. We use a type of sound wave that is clinically proven to treat erectile dysfunction (ED)i. Renaissance Wave therapy, also known as focused shockwave therapy or Low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy (LI-ESWT), has been studied worldwide in many successful clinical trials over the last fifteen years. It is currently the gold standard for ED treatment in Europe.
Renaissance Wave therapy treats ED by remodeling and strengthening existing blood vessels, removing plaque buildup that naturally happens as men age, and stimulates the growth of new blood vessels (called neovascularization) inside the penis. This effective treatment significantly improves blood flow and leads to longer lasting, and harder erections. Importantly, this therapy achieves these clinically proven and long-lasting results without drugs, needles, surgery, or painii. It also allows for spontaneous sexual activity and freedom from having to take a pill when the mood strikes.
Focused Shockwave Therapy:
Is This Treatment Right for Me?
You might have a few questions at this point.
Are you looking for a proven, non-invasive, pain-free, and non-surgical treatment for your ED?
Do you have a diminished response from your current medication regimen?
Are you intolerant of medications due to side effects?
Are you tired of taking pills either daily or on an as needed basis?
Do you have a medical contraindication to ED medication?
Do you have severe medical conditions that prevent you from taking ED medications?
Revibe Men’s Health can help you perform your best with Renaissance Wave Therapy.
What is the Difference Between
Shockwave Therapy Treatments?
Focused Shockwave Therapy
Radial Shockwave Therapy
Radial waves are used for surface applications, such as those for the skin since they do not penetrate deeply into the tissue. While radial waves can increase circulation temporarily, it is mainly due to the pain/inflammatory response they produce. Local anesthesia (sometimes requiring needles) is also widely used for pain management during the treatment procedure. In addition, any results seen with radial waves tend to be short-livedv. Radial shockwave treatments often require repeat series of treatments to maintain desired results. Your healthcare provider will advise you as to the best course of treatment to obtain your desired results.
Renaissance Wave™ Focused Shockwave Therapy vs. Radial Shockwave Therapy
While there are many types of wave therapy providers claiming they can treat erectile dysfunction with shockwave therapy, make sure you are asking questions to determine if ED treatment is their specialty, and which type of wave therapy will be used during your procedure. Focused shockwave therapy has proven long-term results that most patients desire for the treatment of ED.
|Patient Benefits||Renaissance Wave™||Radial Shockwave|
|Clinically Proven Treatment|
|Non-Pharmaceutical ED Option|
|No Major Side Effects|
|Helps Treat Peyronie’s|
|Focused Wave Technology|
Renaissance Wave Treatment Process
Revibe Men’s Health’s LI-ESWT treatment protocol for ED typically consists of a total of six or more 20-minute sessions over the average course of six weeks. The initial consultation is approximately 30 minutes. Length of treatment sessions vary by individual. Treatments are not painful and are done without drugs, needles, or anesthesia. After waiting 60-90 days for the blood vessels to remodel and new ones to grow, some men may require additional sessions to achieve maximum results.
As focused shockwave therapy is an out-patient procedure, most patients can resume normal activities immediately after treatment. While every patient is different, treatment results can usually be seen in about six weeks, some men may experience results sooner.
You will meet with one of our qualified medical providers. You and your provider will discuss your medical history, your experiences with ED, as well as any other health-related factors. Unlike other doctor’s offices or men’s clinics, there’s no waiting time at Revibe Men’s Health and the process is confidential.
Depending on what your provider finds during your initial consultation, they may recommend additional testing or blood work. Then, they will use the data they collected during your consultation along with any available test results to create a customized shockwave therapy treatment plan just for you.
Treatments & Monitoring
There is no downtime, pain or side effects involved in Renaissance Wave therapy. Most patients will experience improvement during their wave treatment period. However, if not, don’t worry. We can offer a wide range of customized treatments, and your provider will work with you to find the treatment that is most effective for you.
What You Can Expect
Set a time for an online appointment that works for you.
Tell Us What You Need
Answer a few questions about your symptoms and health with our medical provider during your in-office consultation, or in your secure, HIPAA protected, and private patient portal prior to your telemedicine consultation.
Meet Your Provider
When it is time for your consultation appointment, you will meet with our team in our clinic or via telemedicine based on your preference and choice when booking your visit.
Begin Your Renaissance Wave™ Therapy
If approved for Renaissance Wave therapy (LI-ESWT) treatments, we will schedule you for six 20-minute in-office sessions over an average of a six-week period. You can resume normal activities immediately after each treatment.
Ready to start your visit?
Learn more about how focused shockwave therapy can improve your life. Book an appointment today!
Renaissance Wave Therapy FAQs
While many physicians are familiar with erectile dysfunction and its symptoms, Revibe Men’s Health specializes in ED treatments and treatments like Renaissance Wave treatment. They have successfully treated thousands of men suffering from ED. Revibe Men’s Health prides itself on a professional, discreet, and confidential environment.
Most patients say it feels like a light tapping or tingling sensation and they do not experience pain.
Confidentiality is important at Revibe Men’s Health. When you arrive and check-in you will be escorted to a treatment room to limit your waiting time in the lobby. Your Renaissance Wave™ therapy will be administered by a member of the medical team. The shockwave wand will be directed to specific treatment areas around the shaft and base of the penis as identified by the medical team member. Typically, treatment sessions will last about 20 minutes.
Renaissance Wave therapy is a simple in-office procedure. The treatment (based on proven trials) lasts about 20 minutes. The typical shockwave patient will have six treatment appointments. Your healthcare provider will determine the best treatment schedule for you.
Currently, insurance companies are not covering shockwave therapy for ED. However, patients using an HSA (Health Savings Account program) should be able to submit their treatment for approval as an HSA expense or use their HSA credit/debit card to pay for services.
Revibe Men’s Health does not work directly with insurance carriers.
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