Schockwave Therapy For Men's Health

 Our non-invasive, pill-free treatment is an effective solution for ED that will help you rediscover your confidence quickly.


What to Expect From Shockwave Therapy

You can expect a non-invasive and pain-free treatment that will require minimal effort and commitment. Our shockwave device is designed to stimulate the blood vessels in your penile shaft by emitting low-frequency sound waves. Our treatment requires only six sessions, with noticeable results appearing after only two or three. 

The purpose is to increase the flow of blood, and thus, provide you with better, longer, and more satisfying erections. Can’t wait to get started? Contact us now.


How Our
Process Works

Read below to learn more about the specific details of our shockwave therapy program.


You’ll visit our office to meet with Dr. McLellan and have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. We’re open – so don’t hold back with your questions!

Regular Sessions

We’ll meet at regular intervals to conduct the remaining sessions. While you will see results after the first two to three sessions, it’s important to stay consistent.

First Session

We’ll introduce the non-invasive and painless procedure to you during your first (of six) treatments. Note that it’s normal to feel a vibrating sensation during the treatment.


The aftercare stage is the best part – there is none! No keeping up with prescriptions or suffering after-effects; you’ll be good to go!

Most frequent questions and answers

Shockwave Therapy FAQs

Shockwave therapy is an alternative, non-invasive treatment for ED.  

The clinical term for shockwave therapy is low-intensity shockwave therapy (LiSWT).  It has also been used to improve wound healing. Using targeted high-energy sound waves, LiSWT can speed up tissue repair and cell growth.

Healthy blood flow to the penile tissue is necessary for erections. Shockwave therapy is regarded favorably as a method of enhancing blood flow and rebuilding and fortifying blood vessels in the penis. Increasing blood flow to the penis is the same goal as more traditional ED treatments, such as oral medications, including sildenafil (Viagra) and tadalafil (Cialis).

Shockwave therapy is administered with a wand-like device placed near different areas of the penis. A healthcare professional moves the device along parts of your penis for about 15 minutes while it emits gentle pulses. No anesthesia is needed.

The pulses trigger improved blood flow and tissue reconstruction in the penis. Both of these changes lead to erections sufficient for sex.

Anyone experiencing chronic ED could be a candidate.

More and more men in Ottawa are identifying ED as a significant health risk due to the city’s aging population. People are expecting great intimacy later in their life cycles as a result of living longer and being healthy.

Men in Ottawa have been utilizing shock wave therapy for years for various medical ailments. However, old age isn’t the sole cause of ED.

The best way to determine whether you’re a candidate for this ED treatment is to talk with your doctor about your situation, especially if you haven’t had success with other therapies

Ready to take the first step toward addressing your concerns? Scheduling an appointment for a consultation is quick and easy at our clinic. Our team is here to support you whether you’re dealing with erectile dysfunction, looking for sexual health guidance, or looking into treatment alternatives.

Your experience will be easy and private thanks to the assistance of our helpful personnel. Don’t allow ED to continue to keep you back.  

Set up a consultation today to take charge of your sexual health and start on the road to a happy and rewarding life.

Erections need a sufficient supply of blood, and conditions like diabetes and cardiovascular disease that restrict blood flow to the penis can cause ED.

With shockwave therapy, a physician uses a wand-like device to deliver mild shockwaves to the penis. Shockwave therapy is also associated with the growth of new blood vessels and the recruitment of stem cells to the penis.


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