Call us on 01483 452 555 to make an appointment to see your private GP at The Mews Practice

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Call us on 01483 452 555 to make an appointment to see your private GP at The Mews Practice

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Treatment Schedule

A common problem

Erectile dysfunction (impotence) problems are a concern for many men. Problems getting or maintaining a firm erection can be due to a range of physical and emotional factors, such as stress, body confidence, tiredness, anxiety, age, alcohol, drugs and overall health condition.
At the Mews Practice, we provide the advice and treatment you need to help with any erectile problem. Come and see us for a consultation and discussion of your overall lifestyle, and we can provide health checks and the latest erectile dysfunction treatments.

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a man’s inability to achieve or maintain an erection suitable for satisfactory sex.

To understand ED, it’s important to understand how erections occur. When a man is sexually aroused, nerves and chemicals work together to relax smooth muscle tissue and widen arteries so that the penis can fill with blood. Veins constrict to keep the blood inside the penis, forming the erection. Once the man ejaculates, the blood is released back into the body.

New shockwave therapy for men of all ages

Shockwave therapy is a innovative clinically proven treatment used for various medical conditions including ED for more than 30 years.

Contact us to discuss how our lower intensity shockwave treatment can help you.

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Erectile Dysfunction can happen for many reasons, both physical and psychological:

  • Poor blood flow to the penis – This is one of the most common causes of ED and can be the result of diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure.
  • Nerve damage – If there is nerve damage, messages from the brain to the penis when a man is aroused cannot be transmitted properly. Conditions that affect the nervous system such as diabetes, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, and stroke – can lead to ED. Cancer treatment such as radiation therapy or removal of the prostate can also lead to nerve damage.
  • Hormonal issues – Men with low testosterone or thyroid disorders may have trouble with erections.
  • Medication side effects – ED is a side effect of some medications, such as those prescribed for high blood pressure, heart disease, peptic ulcers, insomnia, and depression, although not all medicines in these categories cause the same problem.
  • Psychological and emotional issues – Fighting with a partner, anxiety, depression, stress, past sexual abuse, and concerns about sexual performance can all affect one’s sexual well-being. In these cases, sessions with a sex therapist or counsellor may help.
  • Lifestyle – There are many lifestyle choices that can cause problems with ED including being overweight, smoking, unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, tight clothing, cycling, alcohol and high blood pressure.

A new approach to treating Erectile Dysfunction

A major cause of ED is vascular erectile dysfunction, where the amount of blood flow going to the penis is restricted. To treat this, we provide shockwave therapy which is a simple and painless specialist treatment that gives patients a noticeable improvement quickly, through the use of low intensity shockwaves which improve the blood flow to the penis.

Benefits of Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Shockwave Therapy for erectile dysfuncntion, Peronies and CPPS involves passing short, intense sound waves into affected tissues, which increases blood flow, has an analgesic effect and stimulates repair allowing the body to restart its own accelerated healing process.

  • Fixes root causes, not only the symptoms
  • Clinically proven long-term results with a more than a 70% success rates
  • Safe, Painless treatments with no side effects
  • Results as quick as 3 weeks
  • Increases blood flow for strong, long lasting erections


Initial Consultation£300
Blood Test£280
Treatment£395 per session

Treatment Schedule

Initial Consultation

The initial consultation will be an in-depth discussion with the doctor regarding all aspects of your health. The doctor will also do a blood test during this initial consultation.


Treatment can be booked straight after the initial consultation or at a later date. A schedule of 6 treatments, twice a week is recommended.

Follow up regarding bloods

Bloods are reported via email and/or verbally to discuss the outcome of the blood test results. In the event that further action is required following the blood tests, a referral to your NHS GP otherwise The Mews doctors can provide a full follow-up service.

“The doctor and health care assistant were really professional. They knew their job and managed to complete the test in quick time. Thanks.”

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