Updated: Oct 25, 2022
What Is Alma Duo™?
Alma Duo™ is a revolutionary treatment for men with ED. It uses focused low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy (LI-ESWT) to improve blood flow and restore natural function.
LI-ESWT was first used in a medical context in the 1970s to fragment kidney stones. Since then, it has been used in orthopedics because of its anti-inflammatory benefits and cardiology to promote the formation of blood vessels.
The effectiveness of LI-ESWT for ED was proven by several clinical studies that provided encouraging results.
How Does Alma Duo™ Work?
When the patented shockwave therapy is applied to the treatment site, it exerts mechanical stress and causes a wound healing response. This process causes new blood vessels to form and breaks up the plaque in existing vessels, resulting in improved blood flow.
ED can occur due to various factors, but Alma Duo™ appears to work best for ED caused by blocked blood vessels. It treats the underlying cause of ED by increasing blood flow.
Am I a Good Candidate for Alma Duo™?
If you have ED caused by vascular disorders, you may be a good candidate for Alma Duo™. However, it’s best to schedule a consultation with our practitioner to find out if Alma Duo™ would be the right solution for you. Alma Duo™ is not effective for men with ED caused by psychological or behavioral problems.
Is Alma Duo™ Painful?
Alma Duo™ is a comfortable, pain-free procedure that does not require any topical anesthesia.
How Long Does a Typical Treatment Take?
A typical Alma Duo™ treatment takes about 15 minutes to complete.
Is There Any Downtime?
There is no downtime after Alma Duo™, so you can resume regular activities immediately after treatment. It will therefore appeal to men with busy lifestyles.
How Many Treatments Will I Need?
A series of 6 treatments is usually required to achieve the best results. However, our practitioner will customize a treatment plan for you based on your specific needs.
How Long Will the Results Last?
The results experienced with Alma Duo™ last an average of 2 years.