Peyronie's disease, a condition that causes significant curvature in the penis, can be a source of discomfort and distress for many men. However, recent studies have shed light on a promising non-surgical treatment method: traction therapy. This article will delve into the findings of three key studies conducted by leading scientists in the field, providing a comprehensive understanding of this innovative treatment approach.
The Power of Traction Therapy
Traction therapy, a non-invasive treatment method, involves the use of a penile traction device (PTD) to gradually straighten the curvature of the penis. The device applies a gentle yet consistent stretch to the penis, which over time can lead to a reduction in curvature and even an increase in length.
Groundbreaking Studies and Their Findings
A team of researchers led by Jason Joseph, Matthew J Ziegelmann, and Landon Trost at the Mayo Clinic and Male Fertility and Peyronie's Clinic conducted a study using a novel PTD, RestoreX, for 30-90 minutes daily. The results were promising, with patients experiencing a significant decrease in curvature by 10-20 degrees and an increase in penile length by 0.5-1 cm. 
Meanwhile, Eric Chung and Gerald Brock explored the use of the Andropeyronie device in their study. They found that patients who used the device for at least six hours per day for six months experienced a significant reduction in penile curvature by 20 degrees and a modest increase in penile length by 1.3 cm. 
In a multicentre study led by Ignacio Moncada and his team, the Penimaster PRO was used. The patients were asked to apply the PTD for 3-8 hours a day for 12 consecutive weeks. The results were impressive, with a significant reduction in curvature by 31.2 degrees, an increase in penile length by 1.8 cm, and an improvement in the symptoms and bother induced by Peyronie's disease. 
The Integrated Picture
While each study used different devices and treatment durations, the results consistently showed that traction therapy can be an effective treatment for Peyronie's disease. The therapy led to a significant reduction in penile curvature and an increase in length across all studies. Importantly, the treatment was also found to be safe, with only minor side effects reported, such as local discomfort and glans numbness.
A New Hope for Peyronie's Disease
These studies represent a significant step forward in the treatment of Peyronie's disease. Traction therapy offers a non-invasive, safe, and effective treatment option that can significantly improve the quality of life for men living with this condition. However, as with any treatment, it's essential to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the best course of action for individual circumstances.
Your Health, Our Priority
Remember, at JELQ2GROW, we're committed to helping you navigate your health journey. If you or a loved one are dealing with Peyronie's disease, don't hesitate to reach out. We offer free consultation calls to discuss your situation and explore the best options for you. Together, we can work towards a healthier, happier future.
: Joseph, J. et al. (2020). Outcomes of a Novel Penile Traction Device in Men with Peyronie's Disease: A Randomized, Single-Blind, Controlled Trial. BJU Int.[Link]⬅️
: Chung, E. & Brock, G. (2013). Penile Traction Therapy and Peyronie's Disease: A State of Art Review of the Current Literature. Ther Adv Urol. [Link]⬅️
: Moncada, I. et al. (2019). Effects of Traction (Penimaster PRO) in Patients with Peyronie's Disease. A Randomized, Controlled Trial. J Sex Med. [Link]⬅️