Restoring Confidence & Improving Health

Low Intensity Shock Wave Therapy
for Erectile Dysfunction


What is shockwave therapy?

Treatment for erectile dysfunction, a common but difficult problem for many men, now includes a non-invasive, non-medicated process that can restore your natural function, improve your personal health and return your confidence.

Low intensity shockwave therapy is a new, painless, drug-free treatment that can improve blood flow and repair vessel damage in many patients. One hour a week for six weeks can make a difference in your sexual function. Offering a treatment protocol that has been validated by research, Men’s Health Institute is stepping into the forefront of treatment for erectile dysfunction by providing this medical intervention to patients. Our staff will monitor your progress before and after your treatment to assess improvement.

Shockwave therapy is not covered by our provincial health plan. Please discuss this with your MHI physician.

Call us at 416-581-0000 to book an appointment to discuss all of the options.

Our Medical Director

Dr. Keith Jarvi is professor of surgery at the University of Toronto, Director of the Murray Koffler Urologic Wellness Center and Head of the Department of Urology at the Mount Sinai Hospital.

Is it for me?

There are a lot of different ways to treat men with erectile problems. The physicians at our clinic will discuss all of the choices with you. Shockwave therapy is an effective therapy for many men.

Low intensity shockwave therapy may be for you even if you suffer from ED caused by

  • Hypertension (high blood pressure)
  • Diabetes
  • Heart disease
  • Prostate issues
  • Stress
  • ED medication fatigue or resistance

Every person is different and this is a new treatment. It will not work for everyone but it does improve the health and function of many patients. Low intensity shockwave therapy can reduce reliance on medication for erections.

Discuss shockwave therapy with your MHI physician
to determine if it is right for you.

Dr. Jarvi has published over 130 articles in peer reviewed journals, has been an invited speaker in North and South America, Europe and the Middle East and has been an advisor to the Government of Canada and Ontario on issues related to male infertility.

About us

Men’s Health Institute, staffed by urological specialists and advance practice nurses, offers the most comprehensive urological care available. Men’s Health Institute is a research and teaching centre with University of Toronto medical residents and clinical fellows working with us. We strive to see the person behind the patient and offer care that focuses on you as an individual.

Dr. Keith Jarvi, Dr. Miguel Llano and Dr. Osamah Al Jumaily of the Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, have specialized in men’s health care for their entire careers.

Along with erectile dysfunction, MHI also sees men with prostate issues, scrotal pain, vasectomy, vasectomy reversal, and testosterone deficiency.