Erectile dysfunction is a common male problem that impacts millions of lads.
There are treatments to help with impotence, which include vacuum pumps, healthy lifestyle changes and therapy.
Now a clinic has released a new method for lads suffering from the penis problem which is helping hundreds of Brits.
The “magic” wand works by zapping the penis with shockwaves to help improve blood flow and repair tissue.
Men’s Health Clinic Kingston is finding success with the device to step in and fight against erectile dysfunction.
Dr Peter Holy said: “Advances in tech in recent years means treating erectile dysfunction has never been easier or more effective.
“Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment that can be done in just 15 minutes and without anaesthesia.”
He added: “It has proven to be an effective procedure for our patients who suffer from erectile dysfunction.
“But shockwave therapy has also got a huge range of other benefits too.
“Other conditions that can be treated by shockwave therapy are chronic pelvic pain conditions, chronic prostatitis and penile pain.”
Shockwave therapy uses acoustic waves to trigger the body’s natural healing process.
The doctor’s clinic has seen particular success in using the device for impotence.
Among the patients to have sought help for the condition are men suffering from side effects of cancer treatment.
Dr Peter’s clinic works with leading prostate cancer facility Proton Therapy Center Prague in taking an approach to the disease.
Men’s Health Centre Kingston is a modern diagnostic and treatment centre with a particular emphasis on prostate cancer.
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Meanwhile, a few weeks ago boffins claimed coffee can help lads combat erectile dysfunction problems.
Data by the University of Texas showed a caffeine intake could help ED sufferers.
Therefore, a man’s morning cuppa may be more of a pick-me-up than originally thought.