How Much Does Shockwave Therapy For ED Cost?

GAINSWave shockwave therapy costs

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You’ve been comparing various erectile dysfunction treatments.

You like the sound of GAINSWave therapy, you’re just not sure how much it costs.

In a perfect world, you wouldn’t have to put a price on regaining your sexual performance. But the reality is, price plays an essential role in deciding which option is best for you; you don’t want to be left out-of-pocket having paid for a treatment that wasn’t effective.

Thankfully, shockwave therapy is more affordable than you might think — especially when compared with other popular options.

So, How Much Does It Cost?

GAINSWave therapy starts as low as $500 per treatment, depending on the package, usually consisting of weekly treatments spread across 6 to 12 weeks. Positive improvements in overall sexual performance are generally seen within as few as 3 to 4 weeks.

These results can last up to 3 years. Preventative maintenance and performance optimization programs are also available for those looking to maintain their improved blood flow, vitality, and performance.

Does Insurance Cover It?

As with most other ED drugs and medications, insurance doesn’t cover shockwave therapies such as GAINSWave. That said, we recommend that you get in touch with your provider and discuss the specifics of your planned treatment to see if you are eligible for cover.

How Do The Costs Compare To Other Options?

Oral Medications

Erectile dysfunction medications are considered a cheaper option, with prices starting as low as $25 for thirty 50 mg pills of Sildenafil (Viagra), through to $600+ for thirty 10 mg pills of Tadalafil (Cialis).

Medication may be cheaper in the short term, but it only provides temporary relief from your symptoms. It doesn’t address the underlying issues. You’ll need to rely on a lifetime of repeat prescriptions to maintain peak performance.

These small costs can add up fast. Oral medications could cost you upwards of $600 per month, depending on your prescription. Prices for certain drugs also fluctuate significantly over time, which puts your health – and budget – at the mercy of big pharmaceutical companies.

Insurance does not cover the cost of these medications.


Surgery is often considered a last resort due to the potential for issues and nasty side effects. Price is another reason. Depending on the type of surgery required as well as whether package pricing options are available, conservative estimates put the cost of surgery at upwards of $19,000.

Insurance and Medicare may help cover the costs, but Medicaid does not.

Shockwave Therapy Is A Smart, Cost-Effective Choice

When you break down the costs, it’s clear that shockwave therapies like GAINSWare are the most effective, cost-efficient erectile dysfunction treatments available on the market today.

GAINSWave provides long-lasting relief from erectile dysfunction as well as Peyronie’s Disease without pills or surgery. It increases blood flow to the penis, activates dormant cells, and repairs old blood vessels while stimulating the growth of new ones.

If you would like to find out more about the exact costs of treatment, then contact us and a member of our staff will get in touch with you to talk about your options as well as answer any questions you may have.

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*Testosterone treatment services are free (usually $1,750) for one year with paid GAINSWave treatment for those who qualify. After the first year of testosterone treatment, there is a yearly program fee of $650 to be paid at the beginning of the next year to continue with testosterone treatment.

Testosterone treatment services do not include the cost of the testosterone prescription or labs. Your health insurance may cover prescription and lab costs. Without insurance coverage, discount testosterone prescriptions are around $20 to $30 per month, and discount labs are as low as $120 and are required at least yearly.