Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT)

Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is a revolutionary treatment for erectile dysfunction that goes beyond achieving one-time erections. It aims to restore a patient’s ability to achieve erections naturally by delivering low-intensity shockwaves to the penile subdermal tissue, promoting the regeneration of penile blood vessels, muscles, and erectile tissue.


Who is Suitable for

  • Men who are dissatisfied with their erectile function
  • Middle-aged and older men experiencing a loss of confidence due to erectile issues
  • Those who have tried various methods unsuccessfully
  • Men who perceive their penile size as inadequate

Advantages of ESWT

  • No drugs, surgery, hospitalization, or scarring
  • Painless treatment, addressing the root cause
  • Non-invasive therapy, allowing for immediate return to daily activities
  • Restoration of natural erectile function
Age-related issues and cardiovascular problems can impair the penile subdermal tissue’s vascular function, leading to insufficient blood flow during erections and difficulty achieving natural erections
The application of low-intensity shockwaves promotes the formation and enhancement of new blood vessels and the improvement of surrounding tissue function. This restores blood flow to the penile subdermal tissue, enabling natural erections.

ESWT Devices



An ESWT device that applies shockwaves directly to the penile tissue, stimulating the regeneration of blood vessels, muscles, nerves, and other erectile tissues. It is a groundbreaking treatment with FDA/KFDA approval



The first magnetic field ESWT device introduced in South Korea by Stap Urology Clinic. It offers a wider and deeper scope of treatment, reducing the number of sessions and treatment time.



  • Inability to achieve an erection, even with spontaneous or sexual stimulation
  • Erections lasting a short duration or deflating before insertion
  • Insufficient rigidity during erections or the inability to maintain rigidity for penetration
  • Achieving an erection but lacking the rigidity required for successful intercourse
  • Decreased frequency of morning erections