Elise Sims, MD with Tennessee Center for Regenerative Medicine is implementing a non-invasive and drug-free solution for Erectile Dysfunction (ED). This cutting-edge procedure boasts a 75% success rate amongst patients. The treatment is called GAINSWave®, and is the premium brand of shockwave therapy performed by a highly-trained network of providers across the nation.
This all-natural solution addresses the root cause of the issue using Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Soundwaves (Li-ESWT) to remove micro-plaque, stimulate the growth of new blood vessels, and improve blood flow.
Erectile Dysfunction is a natural occurrence that affects many men as they age. Over time, the vessels in the genitalia weaken and micro-plaque builds. This plaque restricts the blood flow that streams throughout the area, making it difficult to achieve an erection. Subsequently, sensitivity and blood vessel production declines as well.
"For years, medical professionals have been searching for a concrete solution to treat the core of Erectile Dysfunction as opposed to just masking the symptoms with painful injections and pharmaceuticals,” says Elise Sims. “From my experience, GAINSWave is that solution.” Shockwave therapy has been used in Europe for more than 15 years with great success treating things from Plantar fasciitis to Achilles tendonitis, and Myocardial revascularization.
There have been multiple studiesthat verify the efficacy of the shockwave therapy used in GAINSWave treatment.
Patients receiving GAINSWave have confirmed positive results, reporting improved erection quality, enhanced sexual performance, and decreased refractory time between ejaculation. “It’s also a powerful way to prevent ED. Until recently, most men were unaware that they could take their packages in for routine maintenance,” adds Sims.
Treatment is safe and comfortable helping men optimize sexual performance and reverse the effects of Erectile Dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease. Tennessee Center for Regenerative Medicine is now treating men with the GAINSWave Therapy in their offices located at 1334 Mackey Branch Dr #104, Chattanooga, TN 37421, USA.
Elise Sims is the medical director of Tennessee Center for Regenerative Medicine. She received her medical degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine. She has a passion for regenerative medicine which has driven the opening of multiple clinics that serve all of Tennessee, Alabama, as well as, parts of Georgia, Kentucky, Indiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas.