Current non-invasive treatments for erectile dysfunction (ED) include oral medications, intracavernosal injections, and vacuum-assisted devices. Though these therapies work well for many, a subset of patients have contraindications or are unsatisfied with these options. Restorative therapies for ED are a new frontier of treatments focused on regenerating diseased tissue and providing a potential “cure” for ED.
The aim of this position statement is to examine existing clinical trial data for restorative therapies and identify elements that require further research before widespread adoption.
Read the full position statement online via Sexual Medicine Open Access.