Europe’s Leading Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Shockwave Clinic
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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Treatment

Mansmatters have an unrivalled reputation in the Men’s Health medical treatment arena for healing conditions of sexual dysfunction including Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), Erectile Dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease and Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome.

We have enabled 1000’s of men to live a healthier and more fulfilling life after they have consulted with us and paid us a visit. Our highly trained medical experts make use of a range of cutting-edge shockwave technologies and operate at clinics in Richmond-upon-Thames and Knightsbridge in central London.

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, effects over 50% of men aged 50 and over and we treat men well into their nineties.

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Treatment.

BPH occurs when a mans prostate gland becomes enlarged and this is primarily due to sexual aging. The prostate gland plays a pivotal role in sperm production and as men age, the requirement for this becomes less.

In addition to the sexual function, the prostate also plays a valuable role in carrying urine from the bladder through to the penis. The result of sexual aging is that the prostate gland becomes enlarged and not only presses on the bladder but also on the pelvic floor muscles narrowing the tube that runs through it for a man to be able urinate.

This triggers several effects, which catch up with men over time. One of the effects is an increased need to go to the loo. This is due to the prostate pressing on the bladder and telling the body it is time to go to the toilet.  

Another effect is the narrowing of the tube that runs from the bladder, through the Prostate (the Urethra) resulting in it taking longer to urinate. And a further impact is that it takes more time to finish and post finish and there can then be dribbling.

The culminative affect is that sufferers increasingly feel the urge to go to the loo, when they get there it may take some time getting started and significantly longer to finish. Plus, when they have finished, they have to be really carefully because there may be dribbling that they have to manage. 

It is normal that men who are diagnosed with BPH will be concerned about Prostate Cancer. There is, however, no increased link of Prostate Cancer.

Many men suffer in silence with this condition and if and when they pluck up the courage to visit their GP, they discover that there are limited options available. 

But as the video above shows, Extra Corporeal Shockwave therapy provides an excellent pain-free solution.

Focused shockwave therapy, in combination with Radio Frequency and Micro Current will substantially lessen the size of the prostate gland, diminishing the discomfort and the unwanted visits to the loo.

To find out more about BPH and Shockwave Therapy please complete the form below so that you can talk to us and/or make an appointment to meet us.


Our core team of experts has been drawn together to provide the latest non-invasive techniques in treating Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia using a combination of ground breaking shockwave therapy, combined with psychosexual counselling, sexual function exercises and medical dietary guidance.

With expertise in dealing with Peyronie’s disease, Pelvic Pain Syndrome & Erectile Dysfunction, we believe we have more experience in dealing with these male problems than any other clinic in the UK & Europe.

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