MTS Spark WavesTM – an innovative & effective long-term solution for patients suffering from urogenital problems
Urogenital indications such as painful penile angulation, erection problems and / or chronic pain in the pelvic region frequently lead to a reduced quality of life for affected patients. Besides the actual symptoms the indications often have a negative impact on sexuality and partnership. With the new Spark WaveTM Therapy system urogold100 a simultaneously gentle and effective treatment option for patients with urogenital problems is now available.
What is the effect of MTS Spark WavesTM in Urology?
The therapy of urogenital indications particularly makes use of the biological regeneration mechanism of the Spark WavesTM. Spark WavesTM stimulate the natural healing mechanisms of the tissue at cellular level and lead to improved blood supply due to the generation of new blood vessels, the stimulation of growth factors and the migration of stem cells.
The combination of all mentioned factors leads to an improvement of the patient´s erection as well as to pain reduction, muscle relaxation and eventually to the healing of patients with chronic pain in the urogenital area.
Which urogenital indications is MTS Spark WaveTM with urogold100 qualified for?
- Penile angulation (Peyronie´s disease / Induration penis plastic)
- Erectile dysfunction (ED)
- Chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS).
Please see ed-information.com for more information for interested patients to find the urogold treatment center.
How is the treatment with urogold100 conducted?
The therapy of IPP, ED or CPPS is carried out on an outpatient basis. According to the diagnosis, the treatment area is determined through palpation or ultrasound and marked accordingly. During the therapy process, ultrasound gel is applied and the therapy head is moved across the affected area whilst releasing the shock wave pulses. The quantity and intensity of the pulses vary depending on the indication. Most importantly, the therapy is pain free and thus requires no anesthesia. No side effects have been reported.