ALMA DUO Therapy System Laser
Alma Duo is an in-office, aesthetic treatment that uses gold standard shock wave technology, focused low-intensity extracorporeal shock wave therapy (LI-ESWT), clinically validated to stimulate better blood flow and restore his natural sexual performance – bringing spontaneity back to his life.
• Globally, 322MM men is projected to suffer from sexual performance issues due to declining vascular function by 20251
• Alma Duo is a quick, 15-minute in-office treatment
• No topical anesthetic and no downtime required.
• No pills. No needles. No surgery.
• Long-lasting results clinically validated at least 2 years post treatment.
First introduced for stone fragmentation in the 1970s, focused low-intensity extracorporeal shock wave therapy (LI-ESWT) has since evolved to successfully address additional medical concerns in orthopedics for its anti-inflammatory benefits and in cardiology to promote angiogenesis, the formation of blood vessels.
What is LI-EWST?
Focused LI-EWST, delivered with Alma Duo’s patented electrohydraulic applicator, consists of a short pulse of about 0.5µs duration or a near instantaneous jump to a peak positive pressure, which is referred to as a ‘shock’, followed by a longer-lasting period of negative pressure. Shock wave peak pressure is nearly 1000X greater than the peak pressure in ultrasound waves.
How does LI-EWST work?
The peak pressure exerts direct mechanical stress. This shear stress sets off a cascade of wound healing responses that induces neovascularization and angiogenesis (formation of new blood vessels) to restore better blood flow and natural function to the treatment site.
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