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If you're looking for information on the difference between Focused ShockWave Therapy and Radial ShockWave Therapy for treating erectile dysfunction, HTX Urology has the answer. Check out our latest blog post to learn more.

Focused Vs Radial ShockWave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction – What is the Difference? – HTX Urology

Radial shockwave therapy (RSWT) and focused shockwave therapy (FSWT) are two different treatments for erectile dysfunction (ED). They both use sound waves to stimulate blood flow to the penis, but there are some important differences between the two.

RSWT uses a large, round applicator to deliver shockwaves to the entire area of the penis. This treatment is less targeted than FSWT, and may be less effective as a result. However, it is less expensive and may be a good option for men who are not candidates for FSWT.

FSWT uses a smaller, more focused applicator to deliver shockwaves directly to the areas of the penis that are most likely to benefit from treatment. This targeted approach means that FSWT is more effective than RSWT, but it is also more expensive.

Both RSWT and FSWT are non-invasive, painless treatments that have been shown to be effective in treating ED. These treatments are typically performed in a series of sessions, and most men see improvement after three to five sessions.

If you are considering shockwave therapy for ED, talk to your doctor about the pros and cons of RSWT and FSWT to find the best treatment for you.

HTX Urology is proud to provide Low-Intensity Shockwave Therapy (both focused and radial technologies) for excellent non-surgical ED outcomes.

This is a clinically proven method to increase blood flow and improve erection quality.

It is perfect for men who want to avoid pills that cause unnecessary side effects. It is also a great fit for those who do not want to use needles for injection therapy!

Dr. Dhir is a board-certified Urologist who manages all aspects of Men’s Health and does not use assistants for any of his treatments.

Shockwave Therapy is unfortunately not covered by insurance. Feel free to inquire on costs by scheduling a consultation online at htxurology.com or calling us at 281-946-6462.