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Peyronie’s Disease Treatment

Peyronie’s Disease (PD) is a connective tissue disorder involving the growth of fibrous plaques in the soft tissue of the penis. PD is often characterized by penile curvature, decreased length, and occasionally painful erection.

Often times, PD can be the result of an acute trauma that may have occurred during sex, masturbation or some physical activity. That said – Most men don’t have any idea how their Peyronie’s disease began – they just woke up one morning and their penis was curving and/or painful.  

Untreated, Peyronie’s Disease can often worsen, lead to extreme discomfort during sexual intercourse, and ultimately cause erectile dysfunction.  

The use of a traction device such as the Penimaster, alongside your Focused Shockwave Therapy Peyronie’s Disease Treatment, is considered a highly effective dual modality solution, giving you the best chance to overcome this fickle disease.  

At FocusWave Clinic we will also teach you how to stretch and ‘jelq’ your penis to soften the scar tissue and improve your condition.

PD affects nearly 10% of men in all age groups – fortunately it can be treated with Focused Shockwave Therapy at FocusWave Clinic in Ottawa and Kitchener – Waterloo.  

FocusWave Clinic is the premier Peyronie’s Disease Clinic in Ontario.

Know the Difference - Focused vs. Radial Shockwave Therapy

Focused Shockwave Therapy is amazing for Peyronie’s Disease treatment. Dozens of studies confirm that Focused Shockwaves, when applied directly to the calcification or scar tissue that’s the cause of the condition, can halt the progression, and possibly reverse the pain and curvature caused by PD.  

Insist on FOCUSED Shockwave Therapy for your Peyronie’s Disease treatment. Acoustic / Radial or Pulse Wave treatments are NOT approved by national regulators for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction, Peyronie’s Disease, or CPPS.

Educate yourself and learn how Focused Shockwave Therapy can be amazingly effective for resolving your condition.  There doesn’t exist a more powerful, more safe, more effective, less painful protocol for Peyronie’s Disease Treatment.

Your Peyronie's Disease Treatment Package at FocusWave Clinic includes:

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Peyronie’s Disease (PD) Exercises:

1. Jelqing

Also known as milking, Jelqing is a non-invasive, device-less penis stretching exercise. First, you’ll gently massage the base of the penis and motion a circle shape around it.
You’ll need to use your thumb and index finger to massage it, slowly tightening the circle and applying pressure to the penis shaft.
Then, you inch closer to the penis head and repeat the cycle. Also, keep in mind to reduce any pressure if you encounter any pain.

A single cycle of this massage technique will take around 3 to 5 seconds.
Do this for a total of 20 minutes daily for the best outcome.

A warm shower is the best place to do this if you have limited time.

2. Penis Stretching

While penis stretching is less accredited by scientific research, it may serve a benefit in combination with medical treatments. 

Additionally, it is a fairly simple exercise that you can do at home.

Here are the steps to perform penile stretching:

  1. Clutch your penis and pull it vertically upwards. Keep the stance of your stretched penis still for 10 seconds.
  2. After the 10 seconds have passed, pull it to the right and hold for 10 seconds.
  3. After 10 seconds, pull it to the left this time.
  4. Repeat steps 1 to 3 twice every day.

Peyronie’s Disease (PD) Treatment Devices:

Peyronie’s Disease Exercise: Vacuum Erection Devices (VED)

A vacuum erection device is a tool used to help provide men with straighter erections. Men can use the VED, also known as a penis pump, by placing their erect penis inside a cylinder tube. The penis gets pulled in by a suction, and in doing so, this helps produce the effect of a normal erection.

A 2020 study showed promising results of VED. While the participant base is small at just 53 participants, those who had undergone VED traction therapy (n=20) showed significant curvature improvements in their penis compared to those who didn’t use a VED.

The search for more potent alternatives to treating Peyronie’s disease has led some men to try vacuum suspension devices in addition to massaging and stretching exercises.

You can order the Medintim Active 3 Erection System from FocusWave Clinic

Peyronie’s Disease Exercise: Penile Traction Therapy (PTT)

Penile Traction Therapy (PTT) is a non-surgical treatment for penile curvature that corrects deformities and restores the length of the penis. It’s a novel and seemingly safe approach to correct penis length that uses an external device. The device consists of a plastic support ring, a silicone band, and two dynamic rods, which all cradle and stretch the penis to promote its growth.

Further study and testing by medical experts are required to confirm that it may be used by anybody. However, a recent 2019 study has proven its modest effectiveness in correcting penile curvature in the earlier stage of the disease. It also improves the success rate of people who’ll undergo surgery for more severe cases of Peyronie’s disease.

You can order the Penimaster Traction Device from FocusWave Clinic.

Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment option that uses focused shockwaves to stimulate the body’s natural healing process by promoting neovascularization – the formation of new blood vessels. Clearing blocked blood vessels, the removal of calcifications, plaque and scar tissue, and improving circulation are the key results of successful Peyronie’s Disease treatment. The process was initially used to perform lithotripsy to destroy kidney stones without surgery.

You may see many different terms used for shockwave therapy, including ESWT (Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy), acoustic wave therapy, radial shockwave therapy, and focused/linear shockwave therapy (F-SW). However, not all shockwave therapies are the same. Only focused shockwave therapy devices are approved to be used by the regulatory body for Peyronie’s disease Treatment. Focused shockwave treatment provides a targeted and powerful modality that reaches the cellular level of your condition.

There are various benefits to choosing focused shockwave treatment over other types of shockwave treatment options. Focused shockwave treatment is a non-invasive, painless procedure that doesn’t require any numbing creams. Most of our patients can return to their daily activities once they are through with the treatment. Some additional benefits include:

  • No Pain
  • No Invasive Surgery
  • No Anesthetic
  • No Risk of Infection
  • No Scars
  • No Pills or Drugs
  • No Downtime
  • 80-90% Efficiency

At FocusWave Clinic, we use the Storz Medical DUOLITH SD1. This machine was made in Switzerland by the pioneers of the modality and is considered the industry standard. We’re the only clinic in the area with this type of machine. So, when we say you can’t find treatment like this anywhere else, we mean it. Our device produces shockwaves that travel 1,500 meters per second through a wand that is gently pressed along the affected area. Our custom Peyronie’s Disease Treatment is catered to your specific condition.  Don’t accept any substitutes.  

Yes! Focused shockwave therapy doesn’t rely on scalpels or other surgical methods. Instead, we use focused shockwaves to penetrate to the cellular level of the body. Focused shockwave therapy allows for no recovery time, scarring, and no need for post-procedure pain medication.
Yes! Even if you’ve tried other types of shockwave therapy with no success, focused shockwave therapy is highly effective (70-95% depending on the treatment and severity). Our team of experienced clinicians will customize a treatment plan that is right for your needs. For more information about the success of our shockwave treatment therapies, visit our evidence page.
Focused shockwave therapy has many medical applications. It can be used to treat dozens of chronic pain indications, as well as improve sexual wellness in men. At FocusWave Clinic, we specialize in focused shockwave therapy. If you’re experiencing chronic pain, erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, or pelvic pain, speak with our team to learn more about our treatment options.

During Your Treatment

No, you don’t need to bring anything to your appointment. We simply ask that you come to the clinic prepared and as hygienically as possible to be able to start your appointment on time.

No, Peyronie’s Disease treatments using focused shockwave therapy is a painless experience for most of our patients. The process may feel strange or even a bit uncomfortable. However, pain is exceptionally rare. In some cases, depending on your skin sensitivity, there may be some redness that lasts for less than 24 hours.

Depending on the treatment you’ve recommended, you’ll be in and out of the office within 20 to 25 minutes. Focused shockwave therapy is extremely convenient for your busy day. You can expect to get back to your day-to-day routine immediately after your treatment.

After Your Treatment

Yes! After your treatment, you should be able to return to your daily activities immediately. Focused shockwave treatment is a non-invasive option, ensuring no downtime after each treatment session.
Each patient reacts differently to their treatment. Some patients will notice an immediate improvement. However, it often requires a few sessions to see any measurable results. Most patients see a marked improvement in their condition following the completed series of treatments. However, there are no guarantees focused shockwave therapy will work for you.
Yes! In fact, we encourage you to engage in safe sexual activities after each treatment.


FocusWave Clinic is a private clinic, and we do not accept any forms of insurance at this time. However, we understand that our clients need and deserve focused shockwave therapy treatment to alleviate chronic pain and ED, which is why we’ve partnered with Credit Medical. Credit Medical is a convenient and affordable way for patients can finance their treatments. View our financing page to qualify.
In addition to Credit Medical, we accept cash, debit or major credit cards, or cheques. After your initial consultation, you may submit full payment or a deposit covering your first three treatments if you qualify for focused shockwave therapy. The balance will be required at the start of the fourth treatment.
Each patient is unique and may require a different number of treatments to see the results they want. During your consultation, our clinician will discuss the specifics of your treatment options.