Shock Wave Technology for Erectile Dysfunction Now Offered at The Y Factor
By: The Y Factor by ManCenters
One of The Y Factor's many service areas is sexual dysfunction, which can affect men of all ages. Some of the underlying causes include low testosterone, enlarged prostate, urinary or prostate infections, and contributory diseases such as cholesterol, diabetes, and sleep apnea. Standard treatment options include medication, hormone therapy to increase testosterone, and mechanical aids such as vacuum devices, vasoconstrictive rings, and penile implants. The Y Factor is dedicated to using multiple treatment modalities to enhance sexual function.
In their continuous pursuit of better treatment options for sexual dysfunction, The Y Factor is excited to announce that they now offer Shock Wave Lithotripsy (SWL) Treatment, starting in January 2020. This innovative technology is a painless alternative to other treatment options. SWL has no known side effects and could reduce or eliminate the need for other interventions. Treatments are performed at The Y Factor's office and take about 30-45 minutes per week for six weeks, followed by periodic maintenance treatments. No need to take time off from work.
The Y Factor was created by men, for men, to cure and fix men! They are eager to help you find a treatment plan that improves urological and sexual wellness. Contact The Y Factor and make an appointment to learn more about SWL and determine if you are a good candidate for this promising new treatment option.
About Dr. Russel Williams & The Y Factor
Dr. Williams is the Founder and Medical Director at The Y Factor. He is a three-time board certified urologist with formal Urology training from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas and Male Reproductive Medicine from Cornell Medical Center in New York, New York.
With an expert medical team, led by Dr. Russel Williams, The Y Factor welcomes men and offers urological solutions and treatments. Our goal is to develop a treatment plan that leads to greater urological wellness and quality of life.
SOURCE The Y Factor