• What is Low-Intensity Pulse Wave Therapy?
  • Does it hurt and how long is recovery?
  • What is the difference between Paragon Men’s Health, Viagra, Cialis or other ED Medications?
  • What’s the cost?
  • Are Paragon’s Pulse Wave Treatments covered by insurance?
  • How prevalent is ED for men?
  • What’s the #1 thing you can do to help reverse ED?
What is Low-Intensity Pulse Wave Therapy?

Low-Intensity Pulse Wave Therapy is a form of treatment already approved by the FDA for many medical ailments. This form of treatment requires a highly specialized transmitter to send analog pulse waves into the body that disrupt fatigued muscles, arteries and veins so that they may “regrow” or “regenerate” much like our body can already do with fully erased cuts or broken bones.

Over 80% of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) issues are caused by poor blood flow. Paragon Men’s Health has developed a protocol to treat ED and Peyronie’s disease by restoring blood flow with a combination of Pulse Wave treatments and other penile health activities. The protocol will enhance your sexual performance, decrease refractory periods and increase sexual sensation for arousal.

Treatments fix the problems caused by low blood flow because the low-intensity waves remove years of built up plaque, elasticate fibrous tissues and stop muscle degeneration in the genital area.

Does it hurt and how long is recovery?

Treatments are pain-free. Only a slight discomfort is felt during treatment as the transmitter is placed above the skin with a small amount of pressure inwards around the scrotum and on the shaft of the penis.

A regular treatment session takes about 25 minutes and you can resume all daily activities immediately after the session.

What is the difference between Paragon Men’s Health, Viagra, Cialis or other ED Medications?

Viagra, Cialis, Levitra or Staxyn are all categorized as PDE5 Inhibitors. The process of achieving an erection is quiet complex; however, when you become sexually aroused your body has began a cycle of sending and retracting blood into the penis. PDE5 Inhibitors stop the cyclic molecules that reverse the erection process to increase the longevity of an erection. Prohibiting blood to retract from the penis unnaturally also prohibits blood leaving other areas of the body which can cause headaches, nasal congestion, muscle pain and indigestion.

Paragon’s Pulse Wave treatments do not artificially trick the body into sustaining an erection. The pulses create painless microscopic traumas in the genital area that act as a “check engine light” from the body to the brain. The brain naturally releases a rush of new blood, new tissue and Stem cells to heal the area. This term is called Regeneration. Regenerating penile activity is long lasting, natural and is a safe alternative to PDE5 Inhibitors especially for men with heart disease, diabetes, or high blood pressure.

What’s the cost?

The most common question we receive but one that can only be answered after a no-cost consultation is provided. The in-house consultation with our providers review your medical background, severity of ED and recommended treatment plans. Like other healthcare services differences in lifestyle, weight, age and severity of symptoms must first be evaluated before a treatment plan and cost is given.

Are Paragon’s Pulse Wave Treatments covered by insurance?

Currently no.

Sadly, new treatments in healthcare take an average of 12 years to be accepted by Major Medical Insurance companies. Low-extracorporeal shock wave therapy devices have only recently been FDA approved to treat various health issues. However; these treatments are proving to be successful and we are diligently waiting for the gap between new technology and insurance acceptance to close. Our treatments can be paid for with flex spending accounts such as FSA and HSA options.

How prevalent is ED for men?

ED affects about 10% of men per decade for life. For example, 50% of men above the age 50 have reported having major symptoms of ED. 60% above the age 60, and 70% above the age 70.

The U.S. has the highest rate of self reported ED with increases of ED being reported in younger men by as much as 26% experience some symptoms of ED younger than 40.

What’s the #1 thing you can do to help reverse ED?

Talk about it. Be open with your partner and be open with your health care providers. Erectile Dysfunction is a natural consequence of our ability to live longer lives. Improvements in the health and sciences enable us to live well beyond our grandparents and natural deficiencies will occur. Open conversation about there ED tends to be the last thing any man wants to talk about it. However, the stories we here are often the same and the reviews we receive have a common thread; “I wish I had spoken up about this earlier”. 

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