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New Prostatitis Treatment In Rockville


This Prostatitis Treatment Can Put A Stop To Frequent Urination At Night!

We now provide non-invasive therapies for males suffering with Prostatitis, commonly known as Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). We not only drastically reduce symptoms, but we also re-energize the body for long-term health advantages, allowing many of our clients to return to normal and meaningful lives. Continue reading to discover more about this ground-breaking new therapy for Prostatitis.

Prostatitis is a disorder in which the prostate gland enlarges but is not cancer in men. It is the most prevalent prostate condition that men face, with the number of men affected rising with age.

  • By age 60, 50% of men will have some signs of prostatitis.
  • By age 85, 90% of men will have signs of prostatitis.

Are you sick of living with prostatitis? Then you need to know about this revolutionary new treatment called shock wave therapy for prostatitis. Shock wave therapy is:

  • Drug Free
  • Surgery Free
  • Needle Free
  • Works Fast
  • No Downtime
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To find out if you are a candidate for this revolutionary new treatment in Rockville, MD- call Health Expressions now.


Symptoms of Prostatitis

Symptoms of prostatitis that men may experience can vary depending on the type of disorder. The most common symptoms of prostatitis include:


  • Urinary difficulties, such as dribble or reluctant urination
  • Urgent urge to urinate in the middle of the night
  • When urinating, you may experience pain or a burning sensation (dysuria)
  • Urine that is cloudy
  • Urine with blood
  • Abdominal, groin, or lower back pain
  • Pain between the scrotum and the rectum (perineum)
  • Penis or testicular pain or discomfort
  • Ejaculation is intensely painful.
  • Fever, chills, aches and pains in the muscles, and other flu-like symptoms (only with acute bacterial prostatitis)

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As a result of the overall effects, patients increasingly feel the need to urinate, and when they do go to the toilet, it may take some time to get started and substantially longer to complete. Furthermore, once they have completed, they must be extremely cautious since there may be some follow through, and it is difficult for them to determine when they have entirely ended.

It is natural for men who have prostatitis to be concerned about prostate cancer. If you have a substantial family history of prostate cancer, a simple blood test called a PSA can be performed to screen for the disease.

What Is Prostatitis

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia is experienced by over fifty percent of males over the age of fifty and we treat patients well into their nineties The condition occurs due to sexual aging and progressively gets worse over a period of time.

The prostate gland in men has two functions: it allows urine to pass from the bladder and it aids in sperm generation. As men age and sperm production declines, the prostate enlarges, pressing on the bladder and pelvic floor and narrowing the urethra – the tube that carries the urine. The prostate gland pushing on the bladder confuses the body into wanting to urinate all the time, even when there is nothing there. This becomes an exhausting problem for men whose prostatitis limits their sleep.

Prostatitis can cause frequent urination at night due to the inflammation of the prostate. Prostatitis can also cause pain during urination, which can keep you up at night. This can disrupt your sleep patterns, as well as cause anxiety if you are not sure why it is happening. Prostatitis is the most likely cause of this problem, as it can cause irritation of the prostate and cause frequent urination at night. If you suffer from frequent urination at night, you might have prostatitis. Prostatitis can cause frequent urination at night due to the inflammation of the prostate. Prostatitis can also cause pain during urination, which can keep you up at night. Prostatitis is often an inflammatory condition, and inflammation can also cause you to have erectile dysfunction. All of the problems that prostatitis causes can make your life miserable.

Another disadvantage is that the restricted tube that impedes urine flow flows from the bladder via the Prostate (the urethra), making urination take longer. Additionally, it takes longer to finish urinating, and there may be dribbling even after you’ve left the bathroom.


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Shockwave Prostate Treatment

Shock Wave Therapy for Prostatitis has proven to be an absolute game-changer for men. Shock Wave Therapy for Prostatitis, BPH, and Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome benefits include:

  • Alleviates Pelvic Pain and Perineal Pain
  • Enhances Urination Control and Continence
  • Minimizes the Frequent Urination At Night
  • Enhances Men’s Ejaculations

There is ZERO INCREASED RISK LINKED TO PROSTATE CANCER with shock wave therapy. In fact, shock wave therapy could benefit and assist in the treatments of some cancers, new research has suggested. (Pubmed: )

What happens if Prostatitis is left untreated?

If prostatitis is left untreated, your enlarged prostate could result in serious complications including:

  • Urinary Retention Acute
  • Urinary Retention that is chronic or long-lasting
  • Urinary Tract Infections with Blood (UTIs)
  • Bladder Damage That Is Permanent
  • Kidney Damage That Is Permanent
  • Stones in the Bladder
  • Infertility

How Does Shockwave Therapy Work For Prostatitis

Shock Wave Therapy is a clinically validated and very successful treatment that has been used for decades in Europe to treat a wide range of problems, including erectile dysfunction/impotence, and is currently being used to treat Prostatitis.

Shock Wave for Prostatitis and BPH includes the use of an FDA-approved medical device to deliver acoustic pressure waves to the perineum (outside of the body).

ESWT works on a number of levels on the prostate including:

  • Dissolving Scarred/Fibrotic Prostatic Tissue
  • Reducing Spasticity, Restoring Prostatic Tissue Elasticity, and Dissipating Calcification
  • Restoring Prostate Neovascularization and Revascularization Normal Prostate Blood Flow
  • Nitric Oxide Production (NO)
  • Inflammation Reduction

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy for the Prostate is a safe, minimally invasive treatment that may improve or eliminate urine and ejaculation difficulties while also relieving discomfort.
Following a thorough prostatitis intake examination to determine whether you are a candidate for shock wave therapy for prostatitis, your doctor may propose a brief course of weekly shock wave treatments.

Each shock wave therapy for prostatitis treatment session can be completed in only 20 minutes, and are available at Health Expressions in Rockville, MD.
To find out if you are a candidate for shock wave therapy for prostatitis, call now.

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Does an enlarged prostate affect a man sexually?

Prostatitis, or an enlarged prostate, can cause sexual problems for men, including:

  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Reduced sex drive
  • Decreased sexual satisfaction

Find out if you’re a candidate for this revolutionary new shock wave treatment for prostatitis today! Call 727-977-8200

What does the prostate do?

The prostate has various functions:

1. Makes seminal fluid:
The prostate produces a portion of the sperm. The prostate fluid, together with sperm cells from the testicles, fluid from the seminal vesicle, and secretions secreted by another pea-sized gland below the prostate, makes up the semen. In the urethra, all of these fluids mingle together.

2. Closes the urethra up to the bladder during ejaculation:
To prevent semen from entering the bladder, the prostate and the bladder’s sphincter muscle shut the urethra up to the bladder during ejaculation. Seminal duct closure during urination: During urination, the central zone muscles seal the ducts of the prostate, preventing urine from entering.

3. Hormones:
The male sex hormone testosterone is converted in the prostate to a physiologically active form, DHT -Dihydrotestosterone.
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What are common prostate problems?

  • Prostatitis is an inflammation of the prostate that can be caused by infection. Antibiotics are often used to treat it.
  • Prostate enlargement, also known as benign prostatic hypertrophy or BPH, affects nearly all males over the age of 50. The symptoms of problematic urination tend to worsen as people become older. BPH can be treated with medications or surgery.
  • Prostate cancer is the most frequent type of cancer in males (after skin cancer), although only 1 in 41 men die from it. Prostate cancer can be treated with surgery, radiation, hormone treatment, and chemotherapy. Some men prefer to postpone treatment, a practice known as cautious waiting.

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What is a prostate?

The prostate is a small gland that sits between the bladder and the penis. The prostate is located just in front of the rectum. The urethra connects the bladder to the penis and travels through the middle of the prostate, allowing urine to exit the body.

The prostate produces fluid that feeds and preserves sperm. The prostate squeezes this fluid into the urethra during ejaculation, when it is ejected together with sperm as semen.

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When to see a urologist instead of starting with shock wave therapy for prostatitis?

A variety of disorders might contribute to the signs and symptoms of prostatitis. It’s critical to have a proper diagnosis and treatment as soon as possible.

Get immediate care if you have any of the following:

  • Urinary incontinence
  • Urination that is painful or difficult, and is accompanied by fever
  • You have blood in your pee.
  • Severe discomfort or agony in the pelvic or genital region

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Is shock wave therapy for Prostatitis covered by insurance?

Despite being a clinically validated and successful treatment, Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy is not covered by health insurance. Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy for the Prostate typically costs between $2800 and $6000, depending on severity and number of sessions required. There is no downtime, no bedrest, and no negative side effects.

Find out if you’re a candidate for this revolutionary new shock wave treatment for prostatitis today! Call 727-977-8200

Does prostatitis cause cancer?

Prostatitis does not lead to malignancy. The prostate-specific antigen test, or PSA, is a blood test used by clinicians to diagnose prostate cancer. Your PSA level may rise if you have prostatitis. This does not necessarily imply that you have cancer. A PSA blood test is recommended for men who have a strong family history of prostate cancer or who are at an increased risk of developing prostate cancer.

Can prostatitis be passed on during sex?

In a nutshell, no. Sexually transmitted illnesses, such as chlamydia, can sometimes induce prostatitis. However, the majority of instances are caused by illnesses that are not transferred sexually. These illnesses are not transmissible to sexual partners. Having said that, all men should practice safe sex and maintain a high level of personal cleanliness. Men’s Health Magazine offers an excellent piece that explains not only how to keep safe, but also how to properly prepare yourself for life as a man.

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What Are Other Treatments of Prostatitis?

Many men suffer in secret with this problem, and when they have the confidence to contact their doctors, they realize that their alternatives are restricted to medicine or antibiotics.

An antibiotic is used to treat infection-related prostatitis. Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole, doxycycline, ciprofloxacin, norfloxacin, and ofloxacin are among antibiotics that may be utilized.

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For BPH, there was no effective noninvasive treatment other than medical treatment until now.  Shockwave therapy for prostatitis has demonstrated amazing results helping men to reduce their prostatitis symptoms including frequent urination at night.

Ready for a better quality of life? Call us at 727-977-8200 or complete a quick contact form online to schedule a private consultation.

Science of Shockwave for BPH and Frequent Urination

  1. Therapeutic effects of Low intensity extracorporeal low energy shock wave therapy (LiESWT) on stress urinary incontinence (Source: )
  2. Liao B. et al., 2020: [Extracorporeal shock wave therapy for chronic prostatitis / chronic pelvic pain syndrome: A meta-analysis] (Source: )
  3. Extracorporeal shock wave therapy in the supportive care and rehabilitation of cancer patients (Source: )