Medical prostate stimulators are effective tools in physiotherapy, magnetotherapy, heat therapy, and therapeutic massage. Although their primary purpose is the mechanical stimulation of the prostate and surrounding tissues to improve blood supply and lymphatic drainage, they have significant advantages over conventional treatment methods (e.g., pharmacological or surgical).

Physiotherapy, magnetotherapy, infrared rays, and therapeutic massage are often used to treat various diseases of the male genitourinary system, such as prostatitis and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Medical prostate stimulators are designed to enhance the effectiveness of these methods and improve overall treatment outcomes.

Advantages of Medical Stimulators

The main advantage of using medical prostate stimulators is that they allow for targeted action on a relatively large part of the prostate, providing maximum stimulation. This leads to:

  • Improved blood supply;
  • Reduced inflammation;
  • Promotion of tissue regeneration;
  • Improved function of the genitourinary system;
  • Reduced pain sensations.

There are also sufficiently compact medical stimulators that can be carried with you on trips and travels, so you don't have to worry about treatment on the road.

Varieties of Effects

There are several types of effects that can be used in medical prostate stimulators.

1. Magnetotherapy

Magnetotherapy is one of the most common types. Devices based on the principle of magnetotherapy use constant or variable magnetic fields to affect the prostate. This improves microcirculation, reduces swelling, decreases inflammation, and stimulates tissue regeneration. Magnetotherapy stimulators can be very useful in treating chronic prostatitis and other prostate diseases.

Infrared rays and massage can also be used as additional methods of prostate stimulation.

2. Infrared Rays

Infrared therapy is based on the use of infrared rays that penetrate deep tissue layers and create a thermal effect. This can help reduce inflammation, improve circulation, and ease pain in the prostate area. Infrared prostate stimulators usually generate infrared rays and direct them at the prostate. This can be useful in treating prostatitis, BPH, and other prostate diseases.

3. Massage

Prostate massage is a method of physical stimulation of the prostate by massaging its accessible part. It can improve blood supply, reduce stagnation in the prostate, enhance overall tone and functional state of the prostate. It can also be useful for relaxing muscles, relieving tension, and increasing overall comfort in the affected area.

However, direct mechanical impact on the prostate is not recommended during its acute inflammatory process (prostatitis) or in the presence of benign or malignant formations. Therefore, the use of massage should be approached with caution in certain pathologies.

4. Heat Therapy

In addition to the methods mentioned above, another method of prostate stimulation is heat therapy.

Heat therapy is a treatment method based on the use of heat to affect the body. It can be used to:

  • Improve blood circulation in the prostate area;
  • Reduce inflammation and swelling;
  • Enhance tissue regeneration;
  • Alleviate symptoms associated with prostatic diseases;
  • Aid in muscle relaxation;
  • Improve the overall condition of the prostate;
  • Increase patient comfort.

One of the methods of heat therapy for stimulating the prostate involves the use of heat-emitting devices or apparatuses. Such devices can generate heat in a specific area of the body, including the prostate. These can be special heating elements, infrared devices, or devices that use thermal energy. However, its application can have a negative effect, for example, in the case of prostate tumors (prostate adenoma).

5. Electrotherapy

Electrotherapy stimulators work on the principle of electrical stimulation. They use small electrical impulses to activate nerve endings, which helps increase muscle tone, stimulate circulation, and strengthen the prostate overall. Such stimulators can be effective in treating symptoms of prostatitis and BPH.

When using any methods of prostate stimulation, it is recommended to consult with a medical specialist to get professional advice and avoid possible complications. They may have their contraindications and limitations, which should be considered for each patient depending on their individual situation and health condition. The doctor will determine the dosage and regimen based on the patient's characteristics and his disease.

Medical Prostate Stimulators

There are special devices that can combine several methods of impact, using them to treat various diseases of the prostate gland. For example, ProstaSmart is a compact system for physiotherapy that contains several highly active physical factors:

  • Infrared light;
  • Magnetic fields;
  • Temperature;
  • Gentle massage.

Their impact can be combined with each other, using different functions for therapy of various diseases, including and excluding different functions. However, this device does not include electrotherapy, for which you can use the device Erectonus – a pulse prostate stimulator. It uses electrical impulses combined with magnetic fields to affect the prostate gland.

Thus, for self-treatment of prostate diseases, several different special devices can be used, combining various physical effects. However, it is important to consider the specifics of the disease so that the influences do not harm oneself. For understanding the processes, it is recommended to consult with specialists beforehand.