Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

- Focused shockwave therapy for ED
- Safe & non-invasive treatment for ED

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An initial consultation is necessary for all patients to confirm suitability for shockwave therapy, and to plan treatment.

Service Price
Initial ED Consultation £55
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Blood Tests £105
Shockwave Therapy for ED £300 per treatment session

Fleet Street Clinic is not a VAT registered company

Focused shockwave therapy for ED

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) can be a sensitive and embarrassing topic to talk about, and a lot of men suffer in silence, but there is really no need for it to be so. ED is much more common than most people think: over 50% of men aged 40 to 70 are likely to encounter some level of ED, persistent or transient. However, it often responds well to treatment. 

Fleet St. Clinic provides focused shockwave therapy for ED which can treat the root cause of erectile dysfunction quickly, discreetly, and without medication.

We treat men of all ages at our Central London clinic, in a holistic and well-supported medical environment.

Contact us today to assess your suitability for treatment.

You are not alone - 58% of men in the UK have experienced erectile dysfunction * Call to Book

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction refers to difficulty achieving and maintaining an erection sufficient for penetration. The condition prevents a man from having sex or finishing sex.

Experiencing occasional difficulties with erections is not usually a cause for concern. However, if erectile dysfunction persists over time, it can lead to stress, anxiety, strained relationships, and diminished self-confidence. This condition used to be called impotence. 

While many men may feel embarrassed and hesitant to seek medical help and advice, it’s important to recognise its prevalence. Our clinicians prioritise discretion, empathy and understanding in addressing such concerns.  

Studies show that ED is more common that people realise; indicating that over half of men aged 40 to 70 encounter some level of ED.  

Having the confidence to book an ED consultation marks the first step towards a healthier and more fulfilling sex life. Call us on +44 207 353 5678 to book an initial consultation.

What should I expect at my first visit?

The first step in treatment is an initial consultation led by one of our experienced GPs.

During the consultation, they will obtain a detailed understanding of your symptoms and review your past and current medical history. They will explain the treatment in more detail, discuss any concerns you may have, and provide ample opportunity for any questions. 

A vital part of your initial ED consultation is a thorough assessment – including blood tests – to establish your suitability, and to assess whether focused shockwave therapy is likely to help you.  

Although this treatment is suitable for many people, our GPs will tell you if they deem another form of treatment to more appropriate for you. They may also suggest further diagnostic tests, or other preliminary steps before proceeding.

How does shockwave therapy treat Erectile Dysfunction?

Focused Shockwave Therapy is a non-invasive procedure that targets the underlying causes of erectile dysfunction by improving blood flow, promoting natural tissue regeneration and stimulating new blood vessels in the penis.

Shockwave Therapy for ED involves passing painless, short, intense focused waves into the affected tissues, putting the body’s cells into repair mode and prompting its own accelerated healing process. 

The best thing about Shockwave Therapy is there are: 

  • no injections
  • no medication
  • no paraphernalia 

Shockwave therapy effectively treats erectile dysfunction without the need for drugs. 

It offers a promising treatment option for men with erectile dysfunction; however, individual results may vary, and it’s essential to book an initial consultation with one of our GPs to determine if shockwave therapy is appropriate for your specific situation. 

The recommended course of therapy requires 6 treatment sessions. 

This schedule allows for the cumulative effects of the therapy to take place and for the body to respond to the treatment effectively. 

3 in 4 men aged 25 - 34 have experienced erectile dysfunction *
*Erectile Dysfunction Statistics 2023 by Click2Pharmacy

You've probably asked yourself two critical questions: “Is ED permanent?” and “Can this problem be fixed?”

The good news is in most cases, no it’s not permanent and yes it can be fixed!

The first — and biggest — hurdle to correcting your ED is having the courage to talk about it. The sooner you seek medical guidance, the sooner you can start treatment to get back to a more fulfilling sex life.

If you’ve been struggling with ED recently, or for some time now, book an initial ED consultation and take the first step to rediscovering a healthy sex life.

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What could have caused my ED?

There are many factors that can affect the blood flow and the quality of the blood vessels in the penis. ED can result from medical problems, medication, emotional factors, or a combination of these.

Some known causes and risk factors or ED are: 

  • Being over a certain age (although it can happen at any age) 
  • Being overweight – Obesity is a common factor related to ED. 
  • Having high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease or high cholesterol 
  • Depression, fatigue, and sleeping disorders 
  • High stress levels 
  • Relationship problems – Arguments and bad communication can make the bedroom an uncomfortable place. 
  • Low testosterone 
  • Tobacco use, heavy alcohol consumption, and other substance abuse all tend to constrict blood vessels, which can lead to or worsen ED. 

Occasionally, a patient may have a combination of factors contributing to erectile dysfunction. Finding and treating the reason for ED is vital. 

What does shockwave therapy for ED feel like?

Shockwave therapy is non-invasive: the procedure is delivered on the surface of the skin without the need for needles or surgery.

The procedure does not require any anaesthetic. Most men experience a mild tingling sensation in the penis during treatment, without pain or undue discomfort. The intensity of the shockwaves can be adjusted to remain within each patient’s pain threshold.

The therapy is generally well-tolerated, with minimal discomfort reported by most patients.

How long does it take for shockwave therapy for ED to work?

In general, it may take some time for the results of Shockwave Therapy to become apparent. Many men who receive shock wave treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED) experience improvements within one to three months after their treatments.

The effectiveness of shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction (ED) can vary from person to person, with some individuals noticing improvements after just a few sessions, while for others, it may take longer.  

It is essential to complete the full course of treatment, typically consisting of 6 sessions, as advised by our clinicians. This comprehensive approach ensures optimal results and maximises the potential benefits of shockwave therapy for you. 

Book your initial consultation today

Call to Book

An initial consultation is necessary for all patients to confirm suitability for shockwave therapy, and to plan treatment.

Service Price
Initial ED Consultation £55
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Blood Tests £105
Shockwave Therapy for ED £300 per treatment session

Fleet Street Clinic is not a VAT registered company

Complementary Services:

We offer a range of complementary services alongside our ED treatments to address various aspects of male sexual health and wellness.


There have been some indications that the prevalence of erectile dysfunction (ED) may be increasing, particularly due to factors such as aging populations, lifestyle changes, and the rising incidence of chronic health conditions like diabetes and cardiovascular disease, which are known risk factors for ED.  

Additionally, increased awareness and diagnosis of ED could contribute to perceived increases in prevalence. 

ED is very common amongst men of all ages, so if you’re experiencing symptoms of ED, and are interested in finding out more about shockwave therapy treatment for ED, we’d recommend booking an initial ED consultation. 

Please call our reception team on +44 207 353 5678.

If the underlying causes of your ED, such as heart disease, diabetes, excessive weight or diet are tackled the effects of shockwave therapy can be long lasting. Shockwave therapy increases the amount of blood that can flow into the penis, so as long as that flow isn’t restricted again you shouldn’t have any problems. 

Following the completion of the initial course of treatment, some individuals may require periodic maintenance sessions to sustain the benefits over the long term. 

Whether erectile dysfunction (ED) is reversible depends on the underlying cause. Fortunately, in many cases, ED can be effectively treated and managed, resulting in significant improvements or even complete resolution of symptoms.  

At Fleet St. Clinic, we provide a range of treatment options tailored to individual needs, including focused shockwave therapy for ED, medications, and pathways for referral to specialists for surgical treatment if necessary. 

Booking an initial ED consultation marks the crucial first step towards identifying the most suitable treatment pathway for you. 

Please call our reception team on +44 207 353 5678.

Yes, shockwave therapy is a widely recognised form of treatment for Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and many men have reported treatment has enabled them to enjoy spontaneous and natural erections once more. It is clinically evidenced and the only non-invasive form of treatment that doesn’t involve medications – which is why it is so popular.  

Whilst results may vary, the effectiveness of shockwave therapy for ED may depend on factors such as the underlying cause of ED, the severity of symptoms, and individual patient characteristics. We may recommend some lifestyle changes to consider alongside shockwave treatment to improve your results. 

Additionally, if someone does not complete a full course of treatment (6 sessions), or the frequency of those sessions is disrupted, the effectiveness of the treatment can be reduced.
Those who are committed to their treatment plan usually see impressive results from shockwave treatment. 

We recommend that the programme runs on schedule from start to finish with no more than a two-week break between sessions where possible. If there are longer breaks in the programme, additional shockwave therapies maybe required. 

Shockwave therapy is not considered to be a first-line treatment option for NHS patients. You must have had some form of imaging and undertaken a course of conservative treatment, such as physiotherapy before other treatment options are available. 

The level of discomfort experienced during shockwave therapy for erectile dysfunction (ED) can vary among individuals. Generally, shockwave therapy is usually well-tolerated and relatively painless. Most individuals report only mild discomfort or a sensation of pressure during the procedure. 

Some people may experience slight discomfort or a tingling sensation as the shockwaves are delivered to the penis. However, this discomfort is typically temporary and subsides shortly after the treatment session is completed. 

We prioritise patient comfort, meaning we will adjust the intensity of the shockwaves if necessary. However, this may necessitate additional shockwave therapy sessions. 

Overall, while there may be some minor discomfort associated with shockwave therapy for ED, it is generally considered to be pain-free and a safe procedure for most men. 

Yes. As the procedure doesn’t require anaesthetic, you can go home straight after treatment. You are safe to drive after this procedure.