BPH-Wave

BPH Wave

Signs you may be a good candidate for BPH Wave

  • Do you suffer from BPH (Benign Prostate Hyperplasia)?
  • Do you have a weak urinary stream that stops and starts?
  • Do you feel your bladder is not completely empty after voiding?
  • Do you have to look for the bathroom constantly to empty your bladder?
  • Do you dread long car drives since you know you will need to find a bathroom multiple times?
  • How about playing golf or doing activities where you will be away from a restroom?
  • Are you getting up at night once, twice, or even three times to urinate and losing sleep?
  • Do you have trouble with Erectile Dysfunction and Climaxing?
  • Have you seen a urologist and been told to take finasteride or Dutasteride, which is decreasing your libido, or tamulosin (Flomax)?
  • Has a urologist suggested an invasive procedure to open up your prostate so you can urinate but you are worried about the side effects such as incontinence?

The BPH Wave Procedure

The Good News is there is a new, noninvasive, painless treatment to relieve your BPH symptoms, and it is called..... BPH-Wave!

BPH-Wave is a special treatment which involves the use of high-intensity sound waves targeted to your prostate gland, which relieves BPH symptoms in up to 70% of patients treated and the results are long-lasting.

The treatment is painless and noninvasive and the results are typically felt within 3-4 weeks of the treatment

BPH Wave Research

This treatment has been studied in a published clinical trial and over 70% of the patients had significant relief of the BPH symptoms, which continued out to 3 months or longer.

We have confirmed these positive results with our own patients. Some report relief of BPH symptoms after only 1 treatment, but we suggest a course of 5 weekly treatments to get the full benefit of the procedure.

Contact us for more information or to speak with our board-certified physician, Dr. Kaye, who is an expert in the noninvasive treatment of BPH, ED, and male hormone replacement!

REFERENCE: Radial Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy as a Novel Agent for Benign Prostatic HyperplasiaRefractory to Current Medical Therapy Dai Zhang, et al. American Journal of Men’s Health.January 2019.

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