Erectile dysfunction ED, (impotence), is the repeated inability to get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. It can occur at any age. It is reversible in most cases.

 

Acupuncture can greatly improve the disorders that cause impotence (ED, erectile dysfunction).

 

As a treatment for erectile dysfunction, no acupuncture needles are ever put in the local groin area. The needles are put in your arms legs, abdomen and back. Acupuncture channels run from head to toe and often the most effective points are those furthest from the local area.

 

Acupuncture releases endorphins, the feel good chemicals in the body. The relaxation response is the first thing that all acupuncture patients notice. Often people fall into a deep sleep on the acupuncture table.

 

Acupuncturists are health care providers, bound to Personal Information Protection Act of BC keeping all information private and confidential just as medical doctors are. It is unlawful to release client information to any authority except by court order.

 

Acupuncture Erectile Dysfunction assists all the physiological changes required for satisfactory sexual activity:

 

Arousal – Acupuncture helps raise libido to normal levels, ease stress, tension, frustration, anger and fear.

Nervous System – Acupuncture has marked effect on the nervous system which is signalled by arousal to increase blood flow to the penis.

Blood Vessels – Acupuncture has been proven to increase circulation allowing increased blood flow to the penis.

 

Acupuncture by balancing the body and releasing endorphins, can eliminate the need for drugs which are a frequent cause of erectile dysfunction. Drug induced erectile dysfunction has been found to be more prevalent with the use of prescription drugs for ulcers, GERD, heartburn, high blood pressure, and for depression.

 

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine and can provide a safe natural alternative to reversing erectile dysfunction. We will make a diagnosis based on your medical history and symptoms, and then determine the prescription of acupuncture points and Chinese herbal medicine that will optimize results. Treatment plans generally range from 10-20 sessions (twice a week).