The outbreak of COVID-19 in 2019 gave rise to a stunning increase in Erectile Dysfunction (ED) among young men. ED pills are currently choking the pharmaceutical industry with PDE5-inhibitors such as Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, and Stendra, amassing billions of dollars in sales across the United States. However, these pills have not provided the much-needed results in combatting ED. —
On this note, Dr. Michael Kaplan, a retired urologist, is thrilled to announce the launch of Uroshock Pro, a device that helps men with Erectile Dysfunction. Instead of taking ED pills that have proven to be ineffective over time, men can try a more natural approach by using this new device by Michael Kaplan.
"Low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy (alternatively referred to as LiESWT, wave therapy, radial wave therapy, or SWT) is proven, effective therapy for erectile dysfunction," explained Michael Kaplan. "Up to 30% of men in their twenties have some degree of ED, and it increases with each decade. Until recently, men who desired LiESWT had to pay up to $6,000 for treatment in a doctor's office for treatment which is NOT covered by insurance. I am thrilled to announce that the Uroshock Pro is being introduced with astonishing capabilities at an affordable cost."
Customers can own a Uroshock Pro device for less than $500, and unlike other products currently available, the Uroshock is twice as powerful, half as loud, half the cost, and cordless. The acoustic waves used by Uroshock stimulate regenerative changes, including the development of new blood vessels (angiogenesis) new nerve formation, and help break up plaque in blood vessels. Treatment (at home) takes just 15 minutes twice per week for three weeks. Additional treatments can start again three weeks later (if needed.)
To complement the easy home treatments, Uroshock also introduces PV13, professional-grade testosterone and vitality support supplement that will appeal to all men, including those who do not suffer from ED. Pills used to treat ED do not cure it as they do not attack the root problem, usually vascular insufficiency or lack of blood flow. The low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy (LiESWT) adopted in the design of the Uroshock Pro device can repair the fundamental problem more naturally.
For more information and to order a Uroshock Pro device, please visit www.uroshock.com.
About Michael Kaplan
Michael Kaplan is a medical doctor and retired urologist with a passion for helping men improve the quality of their health. He researches new and innovative ways to help men combat various health issues and conditions. To get updates on Michael Kaplan's innovations and breakthroughs in men's health, subscribe to his YouTube channel via https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAiQnaTSOs57919feUCgsDw.
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