3 part series examining the utilization of Penile Vibration Therapy for Penile Rehabilitation Following Prostate Cancer Treatment
Dr Kambiz Tajkarimi, Urologist & Neurological Researcher is interviewed by Patrick Lumbroso, Sexual Rehabilitation Psychologist & Psycho-Oncology Researcher.
Penile Vibration Therapy For Penile Rehabilitation Following Prostate Cancer Treatment
In Part 1: Erectile Nerve Damage following Prostate Cancer Treatment, we discuss:
• Causes of severe and chronic erectile dysfunction in men that have undergone radical prostatectomy surgery.
• The role of nerves in normal erection functioning.
• Why does nerve damage occur if the doctor or the urologist has claimed that the nerves themselves were spared?
• Penile neurapraxia: When penile nerves 'go to sleep'
• Why penile atrophy and scarring occurs
In part 2 of the interview, we discuss:
• the various options available to men for treating post-prostatectomy erectile dysfunction.
• How to use Penile Vibratory Stimulation for the purposes of penile rehabilitation following radical prostatectomy.
• The link between Penile Vibratory Stimulation, the brain and nervous system.
• The role of the pudendal nerve in erectile recovery.
And finally in part 3 of the interview we introduce the Viberect®, a handheld medical device for home and clinic used to provoke penile erection in men who experience erectile dysfunction, and to provoke ejaculation in men with spinal cord injury. The Viberect® is specifically designed double-head vibrator used to stimulate both sides of the penis at the same time. It uses high-frequency and amplitude vibration that is not reproducible either manually, or by regular, over-the-counter vibrators.
The Viberect® has been approved as a medical health device by FDA in the US and various health regulatory authorities in Australia, Canada and The EU.
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