Frequently Asked Questions
What is Focused Linear Compression Therapy?
It is a 100% painless pressure wave treatment that is non-invasive and stimulates new blood vessel growth in the penis, which is essential for a firm and spontaneous erection.
Who is this therapy for?
Any man with vascular erectile dysfunction is a potential candidate for Focused Linear Compression Therapy. The treatment is an encouraging option for men who have not responded to pharmaceutical remedies or are experiencing negative side effects. Whether your ED is mild or more severe, Focused Linear Compression Therapy may be able to benefit you. Additionally, some men use Focused Linear Compression Therapy for sexualy performance enhancement to increase firmness and sensation.
What are the expected benefits?
- Gets to the root of the problem vs. every other option for ED
Is Focused Linear Compression Therapy safe?
Yes! The FDA cleared technology was developed in Europe and is currently being used in the United States for the repair and treatment of soft tissue and improved blood circulation. It is non-invasive with no needles, drugs, surgery, downtime, or pain.
How do I know if I'm a candidate?
The first step is to set up a consultation with our medical doctor. He will evaluate your current condition, perform some simple tests, and determine if you're a candidate for Focused Linear Compression Therapy.
What is a treatment plan like?
The treatment protocols are determined by the doctor in which you see at the time of your consultation. Treatment sessions range in number and take approximately 20 minutes per session. These treatments are conducted at any one of our various locations.
Is it painful?
The treatment is 100% pain free!
How quickly can I resume my typical day after a treatment?
Immediately after the treatment you may resume your day. There is no recuperation time required.
How will you ensure my privacy?
Our staff is sensitive to the nature of the issue. We only treat men and have an ALL male staff. Our scheduling is geared to get you in and out with a focus on your privacy and confidentiality. Also, as a medical facility, we are bound by laws that protect our clients confidentiality - HIPAA regulations.
Is this covered by insurance or Medicare?
No, it is not covered by Medicare typically it is not covered by most insurance companies. However, Health Savings Plan (HSP) cards are accepted
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