Acoustic Wave Therapy

Acoustic Wave Therapy (AWT) is a painless and non-invasive treatment for a variety of issues, from nerve damage to acting as a penile treatment for men diagnosed with Erectile Dysfunction (ED).
What Are Acoustic Waves?

Acoustic waves are high-energy sound waves that have been used successfully for more than 30 years in the treatment of various medical conditions. Originally, AWT was only used to break up kidney stones for easier passing. In more recent years, AWT has evolved into a recognized treatment in orthopedics, cardiology, aesthetics, and in the treatment of ED. Acoustic waves are generated outside of the body and travel painlessly through the skin into the tissue being treated.

AWT’s Primary Uses
Restore Blood Flow

AWT stimulates the formation of new capillary blood vessels, which in turn offers stronger blood flow, more efficient nutrient delivery, and a reduction of inflammatory cells and other wastes. This also supports oxygen levels, leading to stronger tissue and healthier cells overall. It’s for this reason that AWT is a common potential treatment for men with ED.

Break Down Blockages

When plaque builds up within our arteries, AWT may be a solution to breaking down those blockages and restoring proper circulation. This is especially true in treating ED, wherein blockages in the sole artery that lead to the penis may be broken down and proper blood flow may be restored.

Promote Healing

By breaking down blockages and promoting blood flow, AWT helps the body heal overall by promoting healthy cell growth and regeneration. It may also help produce stem cells, and even lower the concentration of pain stimulants that affect your nerves.

The PLC Difference

Princeton Longevity Center uses the latest in electromagnetic acoustic wave generation, enabling precise application and gentle dosing of the acoustic wave energy. Treatments are safe, and may be effective for those seeking to avoid invasive treatments or for those who have exhausted other options. Reach out to us for more information, or to find out if AWT may be right for you.