The Urology Wellness Centre Inc. Specializing in Low Intensity Shock Wave Therapy

What is Low Intensity Shock Wave Therapy (LiST)?

Low Intensity Shock Wave Therapy uses sound waves to treat the underlying cause of ED.
It generates new blood vessels in the penis resulting in stronger and more satisfying erections.

We use the ED1000, the only Health Canada approved ED shock wave device. The ED1000 is the most clinically studied and effective sound wave device for the treatment of ED worldwide. 

This revolutionary treatment is safe, painless and backed by research. It promotes the natural rejuvenation of blood cells in the penis, without the use of medication, pumps or injections. It tackles the vascular cause of ED, fixing the problem not just treating the symptoms.  

Shock Wave Therapy helps to restore, strengthen and maintain your erections for improved long term function and enjoyment. 

Backed by Science, Proven by Results

The treatment is:

  • Noninvasive

  • Pain free

  • Has no side effects

  • Treats the underlying cause of ED

  • No contraindications (no restrictions on who can have the treatment)

  • Provides a long term solution

  • Drug free

  • Allows for spontaneity



Your treatment begins with scheduling a free consultation with our Urologist. During this visit the physician will take a history and provide a physical exam. The purpose is to educate you on all treatment options, including shock wave therapy and determine if this is a good treatment option for you.

The shock wave therapy treatment is done in our Newmarket office by a specially trained clinician. Treatment plans range from 6 to 12 sessions over a six week period.

Each session takes approximately 20 minutes with no prep and zero down time. You are encouraged to engage in sexual activity over the course of the treatment period.

The treatment involves a clinician using a medical device (ED1000 wand) to deliver energy waves to specific areas on the penis shaft. The treatment does not hurt and is noninvasive. There is no recovery time. You continue with your day as usual.