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THE VIBERECT TARGETED NERVE STIMULATION SYSTEM First line penile rehabilitation therapy.Used for erectile function recovery both pre and post prostate cancer treatment

The Viberect® Vibratory Stimulation System:
Helping men overcome chronic erectile difficulties and restore penile functioning.

The Viberect® Penile Vibratory Therapy is used for treating men that experience:

  • Chronic erectile dysfunction (both physical and psychological).
  • Penile rehabilitation before and after prostate cancer treatment. 
  • Problems in achieving orgasm and or ejaculation.

The Viberect® Penile Vibratory device is used to:

  • Help restore critical nerve reflexes required for erections.
  • Improve Blood Flow towards and within the penis (Pudendo-cavernosus Reflex
    and Bulbocavernosus Reflex)
  • Help Strengthen Muscles Around the Penis That Act as Physiological "Penis Rings"
Patrick Lumbroso. Penile Vibration Therapy for penile rehabilitation

The Viberect® Penile Vibratory therapy is used Worldwide,
by thousands of men with erectile dysfunction of multiple causes including:

how it works

The Viberect® has been registered as a medical device in the United States.

Viberect® is a US Food and Drug Administration registered device therapeutic vibratory medical device. It is the only proprietary device in the world that delivers targeted vibratory stimulation to both surfaces of the penis (dorsal and ventral), both branches of the Pudendal nerve, also known by medical and anatomy experts as the "KING OF PELVIS" in both genders. The Viberect® stimulates physiological sexual response by safely utilizing your own pathways of erection and ejaculation.


Viberect® : Recommended by sex therapists and sexual health psychologists as an aid suitable for sexual pleasuring and physical intimacy.

Numerous couples, now find the Viberect® has become an important part of their sexual intimacy. Many men with severe erectile dysfunction (particularly those that have undergone prostate cancer treatment) can experience tremendous difficulties in reaching orgasm. For these men, traditional masturbation techniques to the point of sexual climax will frequently be unsuccessful, frustrating, and sometimes painful.

The good news that the Viberect® has been successfully tested and found to be successful in bringing about orgasm in men (including those men that are incapable of experiencing an erection). Men and their partners find it easy to incorporate a Viberect® within lovemaking practices. It has been found to help improve levels of sexual confidence and enjoyment for both men and women, which for many, can allow them not only to experience a return of not only physical intimacy, but importantly emotional intimacy and closeness.

The Viberect® can also be successfully used by men with low levels of testosterone such as those on Androgen Depravation (Hormone) Therapy.

Viberect® is safe, non-invasive and pleasurable to use. No medications, pumps, or needles are necessary.

The Viberect® is cost effective and maintenance free.
The Viberect® has been designed for daily use and is constructed to last for years.

The Science Behind Viberect® and Vibratory Stimulation Treatments: How the Viberect® Vibratory Stimulation System works

Penile erection is a nerve reflex. Millions of nerve receptors line the surface of your penis. Their stimulation trigger centers in the spinal cord and brain to start a process that lead to penile erection , firmness and ejaculation.

With specific frequency and amplitude, the Viberect® safely stimulates these sensors. Through gentle and painless vibrations, Viberect® helps initiate the flow of blood into your penis and stimulates the muscles that keep it there longer, making it more rigid.

If the erections are short-lasting and firmness is a problem, try Viberect® .

How Penile Vibratory Stimulation can be used to help men recover erectile functioning
following Prostate Cancer Treatment.*

*The following is an excerpt from an interview with Dr Kambiz Tajkarimi, Urologist.

Penile erections are nerve generated events that causes the blood to fill the penis and several mechanisms preventing the blood from leaking out of the penis.

Unfortunately, after prostate cancer treatment most men will develop defective erectile mechanisms that cause long term (and in some cases, permanent) erectile dysfunction.

These include:
  1. Poor nerve conduction to the penis
  2. Poor blood flow to the penis; and
  3. The development of venous leakage
Current treatments such as oral medications and injections do not address all of these problems. Injections are vessel dilators which help bring lots of blood to the penis. Some oral medications prevent nitric oxide (necessary for the development of spontaneous erections) from breaking down. If there is no nitric oxide released from the nerves, then they do not work... hence inadequate response of most men after prostate treatments.
Surgery and radiation cause damage to the Cavernous nerves (nerves that help facilitate penile erection) which are very close to the prostate. Nerve conduction is reduced or stopped altogether for a variable amount of time.

Cavernous nerves are (neural) highways to take information from the spinal cord to the penis. They do not act independently. If there is no strong stimulation such as genital stimulation, and erotic moments, they will not work at all.

The role of Pudendal Nerves in Erectile Recovery

Pudendal NervesAnother nerve system is the Pudendal nerves... are both sensory, motor and autonomic. They are NOT damaged after surgery or radiation and remain intact throughout.

In fact, the Pudendal nerves become the only reliable form of communication between the penis and spinal cord after surgery until Cavernous nerves recover. Pudendal nerves are responsible for sensation, pleasure, voluntary urinary and faecal control, and rigidity of erection.

Vibratory therapy targets Pudendal nerves. Interestingly, multiple studies show that Cavernous nerves communicate strongly with branches of the Pudendal nerve.

Pudendal nerve stimulation can help communicate with injured Cavernous nerves at multiple places, including spinal cord (close to the injury), and inside the penis (away from the injury).

There are millions of nerve receptors (antennas) on the surface of the penis that can be activated by specific frequency and amplitude.

Medical vibrators like the Viberect® (Reflexonic, USA) generate high amplitude necessary for scientific nerve stimulation and can help generate sexual reflexes. Nerve stimulation after 2-3 minutes strong activates spinal cord sensors that originate the injured Cavernous nerves and instruct it to "wake up from sleep". If done on a daily basis, this has shown in much neurophysiology literature to help in regeneration of nerves and functional recovery.

Men after prostate cancer treatment benefit

the most by starting to use such devices as soon as surgery or even one month before. The benefits are cumulative and not immediate. It takes 30 seconds to damage the nerves, but may take weeks to months for them to recover.

Our data shows recovery of penetrable spontaneous erections at least 6-8 months earlier than those who choose not to use them. Many studies are currently underway, including Tulane laboratory study comparing Viberect® with Caverject injection in the lab, Johns Hopkins randomized prospective trial for post prostatectomy rehab, and Miami Project spinal cord injury studies.

Our experience suggests that simultaneous stimulation of both sides of the penis is necessary for optimal response.

Penile Vibratory stimulation is an established modality that has been used for decades for treatment of sexual dysfunction in both men and women. It is safe, effective, and cost effective.

This modality can help treat men with erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence at all 3 fronts:
  1. Improve nerve conduction to the penis
  2. Improve blood flow (Pudenda Cavernous reflex and Bulbo Cavernous reflex),
  3. Help strengthen muscles around the penis that act as physiological "penis rings".
Men who use Viberect® on daily basis report progressive improvement in rigidity and spontaneous night time erections. In addition, vibratory stimulation can help correct poor and lack of orgasm after prostate cancer treatments.

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