Men’s Erectile Healthcare and Treatment

“LITE-MED” Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT)

“LITEMED” LM-ESWT-mini System MOHW-MD-No.005734 MOHW-MD-No.005906

“LITE-MED” Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT)
“LITEMED” LM-ESWT-mini System MOHW-MD-No.005734 MOHW-MD-No.005906

A survey on erectile function was conducted among male patients of various ages in urology clinics in Taiwan. The results showed that around 70% of patients experienced varying degrees of erectile dysfunction, with a higher proportion among older age groups.

The prevalence of erectile dysfunction among men over 40 is around 17.7%, estimating nearly a million people in Taiwan. However, only about one-tenth of these patients are willing to seek medical treatment, while the rest either resort to folk remedies or silently endure the condition, though men’s intimate issues can be resolved and require healthcare.

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction, commonly known as impotence, refers to the temporary or persistent inability of males to achieve or maintain a sufficient penile erection for satisfactory sexual intercourse.

According to domestic epidemiological studies, 70% of male erectile dysfunction cases are caused by aging and chronic conditions such as hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes, leading to vascular sclerosis.

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Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) without Medication

Treatment of erectile dysfunction primarily starts with oral medication, but the drawback is its inability to treat the underlying cause, with effectiveness limited to the duration of intake. Clinical observations reveal that the effectiveness of such medications diminishes gradually after several years.


During treatment, low-energy shock waves are applied to the areas of chronic soft tissue pain, stimulating microvessels to restore blood supply to hypoxic and ischemic soft tissues.

Extracorporeal shock wave therapy is a non-invasive, non-drug treatment that does not require anesthesia or hospitalization. Each treatment session lasts around 15-20 minutes, and normal activities can be resumed immediately after treatment.

Inform the doctor if you are on long-term anticoagulant therapy, have coagulation disorders (such as hemophilia), have tumors in the treatment area, or have other severe skin conditions before treatment.

The information above is for reference only. If you experience any side effects or have questions regarding its use, please consult a doctor.


Q: Can people without erectile dysfunction use it?

A: Men who choose extracorporeal shock wave therapy as a form of maintenance at the Nice Clinique are typically aged 35 and above. Since each individual's condition varies, it must be evaluated by a doctor beforehand.


Q: Does it feel painful during treatment?

A: Some tingling may be felt during treatment. If the tingling becomes unbearable or increases, inform the doctor.


Q: Is anesthesia required during treatment?

A: It is a non-invasive treatment and does not require anesthesia.


Q: Are there any other side effects after treatment?

A: Some swelling, redness, bruising, or pain may occur in treated areas. These symptoms typically subside gradually within 5-10 days.


Q: How long does each session take?

A: Around 30 minutes, including consultation time.


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The information above is for reference only. If you experience any side effects or have questions regarding its use, please consult a doctor.



MRT Stations

Exit 14 of the East District Underground Mall at Zhongxiao Fuxing MRT Station (connecting towards exits 3 and 4 of Zhongxiao Fuxing Station, 2-minute walk)

Bus Stops

Dinghao Market (4-minute walk)

Bus 204, 212, 212直, 262, 278, 299, 251, 600, 605, 903, 919
Zhongxiao Main Line (former 232副)