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Am I a good candidate for METAWAVE Therapy?

Each client's medical history will be evaluated thoroughly. During our qualification process, our Men's Health team will determine if you are a candidate based on multiple factors. Your health history, including any history of prostate cancer, deep vein thrombosis, malignancies, or similar conditions, may impact your qualification for treatment.

How many sessions/treatments do I need?

After a comprehensive consultation, our team of practitioners and physician will create a customized treatment plan to achieve optimal results. We follow the latest scientifically confirmed protocols to apply our treatments. Our program provides 6 sessions of treatment. After finishing your 6th treatment we will revaluate your progress. In the event a client requires additional treatments, they are included at no additional cost.

Will it hurt?

METAWAVE Low-intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy is painless.

Are there any side effects of METAWAVE Shockwave Therapy?

Low Intensity Sound Wave treatments have no known side effects.

How does METAWAVE therapy work?

METAWAVE Shockwave Therapy utilizes high frequency, low-intensity soundwaves to improve blood flow to the penis, remove micro-plaque, and stimulate the growth of new blood vessels. METAWAVE uses a specific protocol designed to optimize efficacy, safety and results.

How do I qualify?

Fill in our online medical quesionnaire. We will then contact you to book a consultation with our Director of Men's Health, physician, Dr. Rahid Haji. All appointments, from the time of booking to the time you exit are clinic, are discrete. During your consultation, we will complete a full assessment with you to ensure you are a good candidate and answer any questions you may have. Treatment can start immediately after if we determine you are a good candidate for treatment.

How long is each session?

We apply 3,000 shocks each treatment session for a duration of 16-18min.

What is the shock intensity used?

We provide treatment at an intensity of 0.2 mJ/mm3
All research has been performed with machines providing treatment below the 0.25 mJ/mm3 threshold and new evidence suggest that lower and more consistent shocks are better.


52% of men experience ED.

26% of males under 40 suffer from ED.

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ED has a solution and it's called METAWAVE Shockwave Therapy. No pills, no injections.