GAINSWave® utilizes high-frequency, low-intensity sound waves to improve blood flow to the penis, remove micro-plaque, and stimulate the growth of new blood vessels. GAINSWave is designed to optimize efficacy, safety, and results.
The GAINSWave Medical Advisory Board has created the only provider network to use standardized protocols based on these studies, incorporate practitioner training, and implement quality assurance standards to ensure patient safety and optimum results.
Over 80% of Erectile Dysfunction issues are caused by poor blood flow.* GAINSWave has developed a protocol to treat ED and Peyronie’s disease
Call Tomorrow’s Wellness Center to schedule your GAINSWave appointment to see if this breakthrough treatment is right for you.
- Increases blood flow to the penis
- Boosts sexual performance
- Long-term sexual improvement without pills or needles
- Over 75% success treating Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
- Completely non-invasive
- Easy, comfortable process
- Zero downtime
- No pain
GAINSWave is a revolutionary male sexual performance procedure that uses low-intensity sound waves (also referred to as acoustic wave therapy) to improve sexual function in men.
GAINSWave breaks up plaque formation in blood vessels and stimulates the growth of new blood vessels in the penis. This increases the blood flow to the penis and improves sexual function. Additionally, it activates the growth of new nerve tissue in the penis.
Known as neurogenesis, this process enhances sensitivity in the penis.
In just 6 to 12 sessions of 15 – 20 minutes each, GAINSWave Can…
- Stimulate the release of growth factors in penile tissue, resulting in the generation of new blood vessels
- Activate dormant stem cells, leading to new cell growth
- Break up plaque formation in existing blood vessels
Increasing blood flow to the penis typically causes men to have stronger, harder and more sustainable erections.
Healthy blood vessels are vital to achieving strong erections as they deliver needed blood flow.
With age, micro-plaque builds within the blood vessels supplying the penis and acts like a dam to restrict blood flow, ultimately leading to ED.
GAINSWave can help treat the following issues:
- Erectile dysfunction (ED)
- Peyronie’s disease (PD)
- Sexual enhancement
There are several known risk factors for developing erectile dysfunction (ED). Many of these risk factors also cause restricted blood flow throughout the body, causing poor circulation that in turn can cause erectile dysfunction.
Some of the common risk factors associated with erectile dysfunction include:
- Age (men over the age of 50 are more likely to develop ED)
- High blood sugar
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Alcohol consumption
- Use of illegal drugs
- Sedentary lifestyle
GAINSWave Compared To Other Treatments
Research has suggested negative sexual health due to Covid-19 due to increased inflammation throughout the body. Blood flow to the penis can become restricted due to new or worsening vascular issues caused by the virus.
A lot of men find intimacy with their partners to be a growing issue as they get older. Declining testosterone levels, low energy, and a lack of libido are all issues men can face.
GAINSWave® is a new approach to optimizing and improving your health. This science-laced therapy has been developed as a safe, fast, and practical solution that delivers incredible and lasting outcomes free from side effects.
Treatment can turn your life around in just minutes.
Before deciding if GAINSWave® is right for you, you may have some questions.
How does poor circulation cause Erectile Dysfunction (ED)? What are the signs of ED? What are typical complications from ED? Will Peyronie’s disease (PD) heal itself?
Here are some of our frequently asked questions to help you decide, however, the best option is to schedule a consultation with the experts at Tomorrow’s Wellness Center. Since every patient is unique our providers take that into consideration before recommending any treatment option.
Blood flow is the most important aspect of getting and maintaining an erection. For this reason, poor circulation can cause erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction may also be a result of other health issues, emotional problems, or both.
When a man is sexually aroused, nerves will release chemicals that will increase the flow of blood to the penis. The blood will flow into two chambers that are located in the penis. These chambers are made of spongy muscle tissues. This spongy muscle tissue is referred to as the corpus cavernosum. When a man gets an erection, the corpus cavernosum will relax and then trap the blood inside. The pressure of the blood inside of the chambers will cause the penis to become firm. This is what causes the penis to become hard. Thus proper blood flow is critical to an erection.
Male sexual enhancement pills can help many men experience a full and active sex life. However, while these drugs enrich the lives of millions of users, they do host a range of side effects.
According to Mayo Clinic, the side effects of male sexual enhancement pills may include:
- Reddening of the face
- Persistent headaches
- Vision changes
- Nasal congestion
- Back pain
There are many male enhancement pills on today’s market that are unregulated or have hidden active ingredients that are withheld from consumers. For these reasons alone, these drugs may not be a safe option for everyone as there might be side effects to these male sexual enhancement pills. After taking male enhancement pills, if one has trouble breathing, an irregular heartbeat, or an erection lasting longer than four hours, seek prompt medical attention.
At one point or another during their lifetime, a man may have difficulty getting an erection. An occasional inability to have or sustain an erection doesn’t automatically signal erectile dysfunction (ED). ED occurs when difficulty engaging in sexual activity becomes painful or impossible.
The Mayo Clinic states that the following symptoms could be an indicator of ED:
- Delayed orgasms
- Reduced libido
- Painful erections
- Inability to maintain or have an erection
- Difficulty reaching orgasm or ejaculating
Some of these signs can point to an underlying health condition, such as heart disease or diabetes. Seeking timely medical attention may help identify these severe conditions and prevent ED from worsening.
The Journal of General Internal Medicine states that in addition to the physical symptoms that come with ED, a host of psychological conditions can occur. Being unable to father a child through sexual intercourse or engage in physical intimacy can greatly impact a man’s mental health.
Common emotional issues can include:
- Reduced interpersonal intimacy
- Depressive symptoms
- Anxiety relating to sexual performance
- Lowered confidence and self-esteem
- Body dysmorphic disorder
- Reduced sexual interest
Tomorrows Wellness Center can help determine what treatment options are best suited to addressing these issues.
Peyronie’s disease (PD) is caused by scarring underneath the skin of the penis that can cause curved, painful erections. Peyronie’s disease rarely heals itself in advanced stages. Without medical intervention, it’s likely to deeply impact the lives of those affected not only sexually, but psychologically as well.
However, there’s a revolutionary option that’s changing the lives of men nationwide. GAINSWave® therapy is a cutting-edge treatment that uses high-frequency, low-intensity shockwaves to break down the scar tissue that causes PD. This non-invasive procedure requires no medications and no painful shots. GAINSWave can help alleviate symptoms relating to erectile dysfunction and promote a better sex life.
Surgery can alleviate some symptoms of this condition. Doctors consider surgery for patients who fail to respond to nonsurgical therapy and whose symptoms last longer than 12 months, according to the University of California San Francisco (UCSF).
Peyronie’s disease is a painful condition resulting from scar tissue developing in the penis that causes curved, painful erections.
Surgical treatment options can include:
- Plication. Stitches are placed along the side of the penis to straighten the organ from the curvature position. The procedure typically takes about an hour of surgery and involves the patient being put under anesthesia. This operation is recommended for men with penis curvature less than 60 degrees.
- Grafting. This operation involves adding tissue to the shorter side of the penis or where internal scarring is most prominent. Grafting generally requires several hours of surgery and inpatient care, as this is recommended for men with a 60-degree penile deviation.
- Penile prosthesis. Severe cases of Peyronie’s disease may require a penile prosthesis. This procedure can aid in straightening the penis; however, it places patients at risk of developing an infection and is reserved for men who don’t respond to any type of medical intervention.
For many men with demanding schedules and romantic relationships, the aftereffects of surgery may not be the best option. However, thanks to advances in technology, men have additional options when choosing how to address their condition.
GAINSWave® therapy utilizes a wand that emits high-frequency, low-intensity sound waves to:
- Improve blood flow to the penis.
- Remove micro-plaque from penile blood vessels.
- Stimulate the growth of new blood vessels in the penis.
With extracorporeal shockwave therapy, there is no need for anesthesia or hospital stays. The treatment occurs in the doctor’s office, in a method that is safe, efficient, and produces results. Each application of GAINSWave® therapy takes about 20 to 30 minutes, with a recommended six to 12 treatments for optimal results.
In 2004, Dr. Scott Hernberg, founded Tomorrow’s Wellness Center in Northfield, NJ. Located in the Atlantic City Area, Dr. Scott turned his energy and passion from being a leader in Peri-Operative Medicine to creating a holistic, technologically advanced wellness center that helps individuals feel well and look their best.