Linear Piezo Energy Protocol
At Metro Men's Health we use Linear Piezo Energy Protocol which utilizes a specific type of sound wave to rebuild, strengthen and open up the blood vessels in the penis. It will additionally remove any plaque buildup that naturally occurs as a man ages. This treatment is scientifically proven to stimulate the growth of new blood vessels resulting in a significant increase in blood flow leading to harder and stronger erections.
Metro Regenix's Linear Piezo Energy Protocol covers a much wider area in order to improve the blood flow globally in the region of interest as opposed to pin point focus which offers improvement over a much smaller area.
Linear Piezo Energy (LPE) Protocol (bottom) emits a wave that is spread over a larger surface area that provides a superior outcome to pinpoint focus technology (above).
Fig. 1 Linear Piezo Energy Protocol
Fig. 2 Primary Focal or defocused treatment
Fig. 3 Linear Focus treatment
Linear Piezo Energy (LPE) Protocol penetrates deeper and over a larger area to optimally improve blood flow in the desired region.
LSTC uses waves to break up blockages in blood vessels in order to increase blood flow to the region leading to longer-lasting and harder erections.
The Metro Men's Health
One of the most common questions we encounter is “What’s the difference between what we do using Linear Piezo Energy (LPE) protocol and the other Core Wave or Gains Wave devices?”
LPE generates waves different than our competitors, which are higher in intensity, more linearly focused, and penetrate deeper into the penile shaft, thereby producing a more permanent effect at the cellular level. The differences between LPE and other wave-based treatments is illustrated below.
Higher Intensity: LPE emits waves that are much higher in intensity than the pressure waves or sound waves (100-1000bar vs 1-10 bar) generated by Core Wave or Gainswave devices, therefore producing a better, more lasting effect on the erectile tissues.
Focused linear energy field: The distribution of the acoustic wave generated by LPE is focused and linear, thereby compressing the entire penile shaft with the shockwave, hence the term focused linear compression therapy. Other devices differ in that the energy field is radial and divergent (spreads outward in a circular pattern from the probe) and impossible to uniformly compress and treat the entire penile shaft.
Deeper Penetration Depth: The penetration depth of the wave generated by LPE is up to 10mm beneath the skin surface vs 3-4mm with our competitors' technology. Hence, there is a deeper, less superficial effect on the vasculature of the corpus cavernosum compared to the other devices.
More permanent effect: The waves generated by LPE actually cause a proliferative cellular effect which helps with the regeneration of new blood vessels (angiogenesis), as opposed to a temporary increase in blood flow due to a more superficial tissue effect seen by the technology of our competitors.
What experts are saying
“A study published in the Journal of Therapeutic Advances in Urology concluded that low-intensity shock-wave treatment aimed outside the body “is a revolutionary treatment of ED and probably possesses unprecedented qualities that can rehabilitate erectile tissue.” Therapeutic Advances in Urology
“The early experience of low-intensity shockwave therapy has shown an improvement in the sexual function of patients and treatment regimen of two treatments per week for three weeks appears optimal…” MedCrave Urology Open Access Journal
“Shock waves may change future of ED therapy” Urology Times
“Shockwave therapy has been shown to safely increase Erectile function scores both in randomized control trials, as well as in single A.R.M. studies.” American Urological Association (AUA) 2017 webcast: Erectile Dysfunction and the Shocking Truth
“…. Eight to 12 weeks after the procedure new blood vessels are supposed to grow in the genitals, a process known as neovascularization.”Men’s Health Magazine
“Low intensity shock wave treatment (LIST) is the newest development in men’s age-old quest for boners, using sound waves to actually grow new blood vessels in the penis.” Broadly.vice.com