Will I Still Need to Use PDE5 Inhibitors After RejuvaFlow?

Phosphodiesterase Type 5 inhibitors have been used by millions of men around the world for erectile dysfunction since the FDA approval of Viagra in 1998. Soon after Cialis and Levitra came on the market. PDE5 inhibitors are often the first recommended treatment for ED. For many they are quite effective but for some men they begin to lose effectiveness after years of use.

How Many RejuvaFlow™ Treatments Are Needed?

Urologist, Dr. Lawrence Lykins explains how many RejuvaFlow™ treatments are needed for successful treatment of erectile dysfunction.

The patients undergoing RejuvaFlow™ treatments for correction of erectile dysfunction keep weekly appointments, one day a week for 10 weeks.  Each treatment lasts for one hour. the patient is placed on the RejuvaHeart™ device table and are then hooked up to the monitors with cuffs placed around their legs and thighs. 

How Does RejuvaHeart™ Work to Improve E.D.?

The definition of impotence is the inability to attain and maintain an erection adequate for vaginal penetration through mutual satisfaction of both parties.  When we first started studying impotence we believed that 90% of the problem was due to psychological  reasons and then over the years and within the last 10 years,

Impotence or ED?

RejuvaHeart™ and Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction can be a very serious issue because it’s a marker of underlying cardiovascular disease, and it often occurs before heart conditions become apparent. Sexual relations are not only an important part of people’s well-being. From a clinical point of view, the inability of some men to perform sexually can also be linked to a range of other health problems,

How RejuvaFlow™ ED Reversal Protocols Relate to the RejuvaHeart™ Treatment

How Does RejuvaFlow™ Therapy Relate to RejuvaHeart™?

Dr. Steven Morganstern Explains How RejuvaFlow™ Relates to RejuvaHeart™

When looking at all the aspects of an erection, you will find there are many components involved. You have to have electricity, which is your nerves, you have to have blood flow which is your gasoline, then you have to have 2 cylinders which is in the shaft of the penis so that they become erect,

Studies About E.D. and E.C.P.

Men’s Health

As medical science has drawn closer and closer correlations between even early cardiovascular inflammatory disease, poor blood flow as well as the essential role of the endothelial system in producing nitric oxide, more urologists recognize that treating ED as a symptom of these underlying disease processes is a positive step towards treating the whole man in a comprehensive manner to reverse ED.

Dr Rouse Describes the Actual RejuvaHeart™ ECP Procedure

How Many RejuvaHeart™ Treatments Are Needed?

Most heart patients will get maximum benefits from the RejuvaHeart™ therapy having daily 1 hour sessions for 35 days consecutively (excluding weekends). This was determined by previous studies that have been done and the protocol that has been established to maintain maximum benefit. We see some benefit in individual at 17 treatment sessions but, the maximum benefits are achieved at 35 treatments.

FAQ on RejuvaHeart

1. Who Can Benefit From RejuvaHeart™ Treatment?

Urologist, Dr. Steven Morganstern explains what conditions RejuvaHeart™ therapy can help.

The RejuvaHeart™ treatment is recommended for anyone who has been demonstrated to have vascular problems. You could have patients who are having leg pain, or those experiencing chest pain, or those who have difficulty walking up stairs and become short of breath.

What to Expect During the RejuvaHeart™ Treatment

During the RejuvaHeart™ non-invasive procedure, a patient lies comfortably on a special bed where a set of inflatable cuffs (much like blood pressure cuffs) mechanically compress the blood vessels in the patient’s lower limbs to increase blood flow in the coronary arteries of the heart. The blood pressure cuffs are wrapped around the patient’s calves,

Why Is RejuvaHeart™ Therapy So Important?

The RejuvaHeart™ treatment deals with the entire body and its arterial flows. If we think of it in terms of the body being made up of 60,000 miles of blood vessels, all of those blood vessels as we age, get more and more narrow. As they get more narrow, there’s less blood flow getting through to the organs.