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The potential for using low intensity shockwave therapy to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) was first proposed in 2010, and early studies have suggested that it may provide some benefits. However, the ideal energy levels and frequency of treatment are a matter of debate.
Two experts took up that debate during Sunday morning’s Prime Time plenary session in a 20-minute presentation moderated by Ranjith Ramasamy, MD, assistant professor and Director of Reproductive Urology at the University of Miami.
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