erectile dysfunction

Kevin Meerschaert / WJCT

  A new and non-invasive technique known as GAINSWave is helping men who suffer from erectile dysfunction. It uses high-frequency pulsating sound waves to produce a shock wave to open up blood vessels which stimulates cells and improves blood flow.

Appearing on Thursday’s “First Coast Connect,” Medical Director of Cenegenics Jacksonville, Dr. Earl Eye, said said erectile dysfunction becomes more common as men grow older.

Nowadays, men with ED don’t have to take pills or face surgery or injections.

  Today on “First Coast Connect,” we spoke with a local Turkish refugee (01:03) about the situation in his native country and the crackdown on dissidents since last year’s attempted coup. We did not reveal his name to protect family members still in Turkey. Cenegenics Jacksonville Medical Director Earl Eye (32:26) told us about a new erectile dysfunction treatment that eliminates the needs for pills or surgery. We were joined by Players By the Sea cast members  Lucas Kish and husband-and-wife performers Jimmy and Jessica Alexander (40:51) about the upcoming production of rock musical “American Idiot.” And Kerry Speckman (45:21) told us about this weekend’s events.