May 16-21, 2014
American Urological Association, Annual Meeting. Orlando, Florida
Please visit our booths for scientific discussion of exciting clinical trials currently underway!
Dr. Mitch Tepper, prominent US sexologist and spinal cord injury sex therapy expert talks about the benefits of Vibratory Stimulation and the Viberect.
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Thank you for allowing me to explain the neurophysiology pathways that are activated by Vibratory stimulation. Penis erection is a nerve generated event that causes the blood to ﬁll the penis and several mechanisms preventing the blood from leaking out of the penis.
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Penile erection is a nerve generated event coordinated by the sacral spinal cord, initiated from excitatory and sexually relevant nerve impulses from the brain and the penis that lead to a complex cascade of events that allow the penis to fill with blood.
Millions of nerve receptors (antennas) line the surface of the penis. These nerves communicate with important sexual centers in the brain and spinal cord. They play a critical role in the physiology of sexual response and urinary function.
Sexual arousal (erotic thoughts, sights, genital stimulation, etc.) lead to excitation of sacral spinal cord sexual centers. Their activation leads to a complex cascade of events which cause the penis to fill with blood. In order to achieve firmness, the blood must be prevented from leaking out of the corpora (erection chambers) of the penis.
Many important muscles are strategically located around the base of the penis, which scientists believe are greatly responsible for stabilizing the penis during rigidity phase of erection. They help squeeze the veins to prevent blood from leaving the penis; hence strengthening the rigidity and maintenance of erection.
For younger men without ED, all nerves, muscles, and vessels responsible for erection are optimized, and they effortlessly play in perfect harmony. As we get older, less healthy, depressed, over-medicated, or have interventions for cancer, then the Nerve/ Vessel/Muscle triad plays out of tune. There is less flow, less excitement, less firmness due to venous leakage, and so on.
There are numerous applications of the Viberect®. It can become a powerful tool in your life in helping to improve and preserve your erectile and sexual health for years to come!
We offer a 30 day free trial. If you are not 100% satisfied with the Viberect®, please ship it back within 30 days, in original condition and with all accessories. You will receive a FULL refund of the purchase price.
Recent interest in the potential benefits of genital afferent neuromodulation and penile vibratory stimulation is long overdue. There is expanding clinical and experimental support for the role of genital afferent neurophysiology in the mechanisms of sexual behavior, erectile function and micturition. Multiple studies have exposed many profound and unanticipated benefits of penile vibratory stimulation, especially in men with spinal cord injury: relief of lower extremity spastic muscle contractions, increased bladder capacity, decreased detrusor irritability and improved continence, ejaculation, and reflexogenic erection. Data have emerged as well showing similar benefits in non-spinal injured men and women for a host of conditions, including erectile dysfunction (ED), overactive bladder, orgasmic dysfunction, and stress urinary and fecal incontinence.
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Class II medical device for home and clinic use to provoke penile erection in men with erectile dysfunction, and to provoke ejaculation in men with spinal cord injury.
Penile vibratory stimulation device for the treatment of erectile and ejaculatory.