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Dr. Sloane and GAINSWave was featured on CBS Philly!

July 17, 2017

Our own Dr. Bruce Sloane appeared on a news segment on CBS Philly talking about the latest non-invasive and drug-free treatment for erectile disfunction - GAINSWave.

View the news segment here >>

GAINSWave™ is a drug and surgery free, non-invasive technique that uses pulse waves to improve sexual performance. This therapy ha been used in Europe for over 15 years with great success.

As seen in Men's Health and Playboy.


UroLift News

Fast help for men whose prostates won't let them go

By Tom Avril, Staff Writer
June 1, 2017

As he drove on the New Jersey Turnpike, Doug Hikade’s biggest concern was never the traffic or the tolls, but the next rest stop.

“I’d be frantic,” recalled the Mount Laurel resident, 74.

Like most men his age, Hikade suffered from the squeeze of an enlarged prostate. Unable to completely empty his bladder, he needed to go far more often, sometimes half a dozen times a night.

Not anymore.

Bruce Sloane, Hikade’s urologist, said he was doubtful of the sutures at first until he saw the research data and watched another physician demonstrate the technique. He now has implanted the UroLift sutures in several dozen patients, and said he likes it because it does not involve destroying any tissue.

Read the entire article in the Health section in Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News >>

 


GAINSWave News

GAINSWave has been featured in Men's Health in this article below...

I Got Stronger Erections By Blasting My Penis With Sound

Spoiler: It worked

BY BEN GREENFIELD
April 13, 2017

I placed my hand on the handle of the glass door leading into the medical clinic, took a deep breath, and glanced at my crotch. “You ready for this, little fella?”

At that point, I wasn’t quite sure what sort of adventure my nether regions were about to embark upon. But just a month prior, I’d committed to visiting, on my trip back from a yoga retreat in Costa Rica, an anti-aging and sexual therapy clinic called “GAINSWave“ in Hollywood, Florida, with plans to subject myself to a fancy, new sound-wave therapy protocol called “extracorporeal shock wave therapy.”

Read more of the GAINSWave story here >>


GAINSWave has been featured in Playboy in this article below...

Can You Strengthen Your Penis with Sound Waves?

By Bobby Box
April 19, 2017

While you won’t be able to simply place headphones on your junk and expect a bigger package, a Men’s Health article recently detailed one writer’s entertaining experience with a certain sound-wave therapy that uses high-intensity shockwaves—normally used to target localized fat tissues and kidney stones—directly to men’s members. Did your knees just jerk in order to protect your balls? Mine too.

The drug- and surgery-free procedure, commercially known as GAINSWave (or “extracorporeal shockwave therapy”), takes no longer than 20 minutes and aims to enhance men’s sex lives using shock waves, which stimulate the formation of new blood vessels and reactivate dormant ones in the genital region. The result of this little-known approach is improved blood flow, which ultimately helps men achieve and maintain more sustainable erections with increased sensitivity.

Read more of the GAINSWave story here >>

 


 

Dr. Sloane is featured on ABC News!!!

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