Peyronie's disease is a condition that results from fibrous scar tissue developing on the penis. It causes a curved bend in the penis that can be significant. This bend can often cause painful erections especially during sexual intercourse. Peyronie's disease mostly affects men aged over 40, although it can happen at any age. It can [...]
How do you get Peyronie's disease? Peyronie's disease can be caused by minor injury to the penis.
Peyronie’s Disease When Should I See a Doctor? The sooner that someone with, or who suspects they have Peyronie's disease, sees a doctor the better the chances for a good outcome.
The majority of London clinics specialise in surgical procedures, which cost up to £14,000. Whereas some may own a shockwave machine, they do not specialise in this area and do not have extensive experience. in the majority of circumstances, they will recommend invasive surgery.Whilst we are not opposed to invasive surgery, we see this as [...]
Peyronie disease (PD) is named after French surgeon François Gigot de la Peyronie, who described the condition in 1743. He described a patient who had "rosary beads of scar tissue to cause an upward curvature of the penis during erection.” PD is indicated by a curvature in the penile shaft that is often preceded by [...]
As outlined in our Peyronie's Disease Treatment Option page, Shockwave therapy for Peyronie’s disease is the only non-invasive treatment that provides long lasting results without the need for going under the knife or injection therapy.
You may experience a little pain, but nothing worse than a moderate visit to the dentist.
Unless you have a pre-existing condition like haemophilia you will not experience any marks or bruising during or after your treatment.
You will need to provide us with your medical history and full details of any medication you are currently taking, so we can ensure you are a candidate for shockwave therapy. You should also remove excess hair from the penile regions and ensure good hygiene before the visit.