Penis Traction Therapy
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penis traction therapy

last updated June 26, 2019
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doctor recommended penis traction therapy

Penis traction therapy, to straighten a bent penis caused by Peyronies disease, is becoming the first line of treatment choice by many doctors worldwide.







"Penile stretching (penis traction therapy, PTT)
is an effective therapy for PD."


ref: Sexual Medicine Reviews, International Society for Sexual Medicine
Penile Stretching as a Treatment for Peyronie’s Disease: A Review
https://www.smr.jsexmed.org/article/S2050-0521(18)30118-5/fulltext




“More and more,
the medical community is turning to correct penis traction

as the first line of treatment
for
Peyronies Disease.”

ref: Dr. Paolo Gontero
Medical News Today

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/223019.php



“PTT (penis traction therapy)
has been shown to be effective as a primary therapy
for
penile lengthening and curvature correction.”


ref: Sexual Medicine Reviews, International Society for Sexual Medicine
Penile Stretching as a Treatment for Peyronie’s Disease: A Review
https://www.smr.jsexmed.org/article/S2050-0521(18)30118-5/fulltext





"Based on current evidence, we suggest that penile extenders, not surgery, should be the first-line treatment....


Surgery is characterised by a risk of complications and unwanted outcomes and lack of consensus among the medical profession on the indications for surgery and the techniques used. That is why
a non-invasive technique is preferable."
 

ref: Dr. Paolo Gontero
Medical News Today

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/223019.php





Penis traction therapy seems an effective treatment for the acute phase of Peyronies disease in terms of pain reduction, penile curvature decrease, and improvement in sexual function.”

ref: Dr. Juan I. Martinez-Salamanca, MD
Bent Penis Traction Therapy,
https://www.jsm.jsexmed.org/article/S1743-6095(15)30667-6/fulltext?mobileUi=0





“Penile traction therapy (PTT)

is increasingly being recognized as a viable nonsurgical approach
to
Peyronie’s disease.”

ref:  Dr. Shaan A. Setia MD
penis traction device,
tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17434440.2018.1502083?journalCode=ierd20





“Penis traction therapy (PTT) can reduce penile deformity.

Some studies have shown that penile curvature has decreased by 25°, sexual function has improved, and the risk of surgical indications has been greatly reduced..... PTT will play a more important role in the future.”

ref:  Dr. J Ma, Dr. W Wang
Non-Surgical Treatment of Peyronies Disease
https://www.imedpub.com/articles/the-advances-in-nonsurgical-treatment-of-peyronies-disease.pdf





“In recent years, penile traction therapy (PTT) has gained considerable interest as a novel (new) nonsurgical treatment option for men with Peyronie’s disease (PD) and short penises.....PD may benefit from a conservative approach with PTT, resulting in increased penile length and reduction of penile deformity. It appears to be safe and well tolerated.....

ref: Dr. Eric Chung, Dr. Gerald Brock
Penis Traction Therapy Safe and Well Tolerated
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3547530/





PTT..... resulted in statistically significant improvements in penile length and curvature at 3 months.....

ref: Dr. Matthew Ziegelman (et al)
Penis Traction Device

https://www.jurology.com/article/S0022-5347(18)42747-4/fulltext





"Penile traction
has also shown to help with
straightening penile curvature caused by Peyronie’s disease."

ref: Dr. Alex Shteynshlyuger MD
Penile Traction Therapy for Peyronie’s Disease
https://www.newyorkurologyspecialists.com/peyronies/treatment/penile-traction/





“Penile traction devices (PDTs) have been studied as a treatment for straightening the penile curvature in men with PD....  There are no serious adverse events, including skin changes, ulcerations, hypoesthesia (numbness), or diminished rigidity.”

ref: Dr. Ali Can Albaz, European Medical Journal
Peyronie’s Disease: Recent Treatment Modalities
https://www.emjreviews.com/urology/article/peyronies-disease-recent-treatment-modalities/