Is There a Cure for Peyronie’s Disease?

If you suffer from Peyronie’s disease, you may be looking for a men’s health ED treatment. Peyronie’s Disease (PD) is a condition where scar tissue develops on the penis, causing curvature of the penis.

Peyronie’s disease, also called penile fibrosis, can affect men of all ages. About 10% of Peyronie’s cases occur in men under the age of 40.

The condition can be caused by injury to the penis, or there may also be a genetic link with the disease. While some men with PD function perfectly fine, others experience painful erections or even erectile dysfunction. In some men, the disease can also reduce confidence in their sexual performance.

Early Treatment for Peyronie’s Disease is Key

Treatment recommendations for Peyronie’s Disease are similar to men’s health ED treatment. In fact, doctors may sometimes prescribe erectile dysfunction medications for men suffering from ED. While the medication may treat the symptoms of PD and ED, it’s not necessarily a cure.

Traditional treatment options depend on the stage of the disease:

  • Acute stage – during the acute phase of PD, most men experience a change to the shape and length of their penis. The acute stage can last a couple of weeks, or even up to a year or longer. It is most common to feel painful erections during the acute phase.
  • Chronic phase – symptoms stabilize, and men experience less pain.

While symptoms may ease over time, Peyronie’s disease rarely goes away on its own. Early treatment can help the condition from worsening, and can even improve symptoms.

Elev8te Wave Therapy – Treatment for Acute or Chronic Peyronie’s Disease (PD)

One of the most ground-breaking treatments for PD is Low Intensity Extracorporeal Sound Waves (LI-ESWT), or Acoustic Wave Therapy. At Elev8te Men’s Health, we offer our patented men’s health ED treatment, Elev8te Wave Therapy, an effective and safe needle-free, pain-free, drug-free alternative to ED and PD treatment.

In recent studies, LI-ESWT treatment has been shown to help men suffering from PD and ED resume normal sexual activity, producing “significant improvement” in pain and penile curvature in men suffering from Peyronie’s Disease.

How does Elev8te Wave Therapy Treat Peyronie’s Disease?

Elev8te Wave men’s health ED therapy is simple. Peyronie’s Disease is caused when scar tissue forms on the penis.

When used to treat Peyronie’s disease, the sound waves help break down the scar tissue, and improve blood flow to the penis, helping aid with tissue repair. Many of the patients at Elev8te Men’s Health report relief from their PD symptoms after just one treatment.

Acoustic wave therapy has been proven safe and effective in physiotherapy and orthopedics to help heal broken bones, as well as injured ligaments and tendons. The treatment is also used to speed up tissue repair after an injury, and stimulate cell growth.

Try Elev8te Wave Therapy Before Needles and Surgery

Depending on the severity of the PD symptoms, some doctors may recommend more drastic treatments like needles, and even surgical implants as a PD treatment.

Injections involve using a needle to inject a drug directly into the penis. Injections are usually delivered in four rounds, with two shots per round.

Surgical options include cutting open the penis to release or remove the scar tissue, or stitching the non-affected side of the penis to match the side with the scar tissue. Many men are wary of this procedure as it can cause shortening of the penis, which could affect sexual performance.

Elev8te Men’s Health Premiere Men’s Health ED Treatment in Canada

Elev8te Wave Therapy from Elev8te Men’s Health is a premiere treatment for men in Toronto seeking relief from symptoms of erectile dysfunction or Peyronie’s disease. It’s also recommended for any man who is looking for a drug-free way to improve sexual performance, even if they don’t currently have symptoms of ED. If you want firmer, longer-lasting erections, reach out to Elev8te Men’s Health for a free, confidential appointment today.


Mayo Clinic – Peyronie’s disease

Healthline – Understanding ED: Peyronie’s Disease

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