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ESWT Machine Sold at Walmart; Legitimate?

I've been reading about the use of ESWT/LSWT devices in the treatment of erectile dysfunction for a few years now, and the practice seems to be a legitimate, effective therapy.

There are now clinics in the US that offer this therapy, but it costs about $2,500 for the recommended series of visits.

Lately, I've seen relatively cheap devices online from China that purport to let you do it yourself at home, which is intriguing, but also highly suspect.

Now, it appears Walmart is selling one such device:

The manufacturer name, as well as wave specifications, are listed there.

Does this look legitimate?

Aj Z

1 month ago

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I see this post has 40 views and no comments. Maybe someone can recommend a different forum for this question?


(You have to click the arrow next to "about this item" to see the specs and other info).

I'll copy and paste the specs here:

Specification: Product Name:Electricity Shockwave Massage Machine Color;Silver + blue Voltage:AC110V-AC220V Frequency:50HZ/60HZ Power:90W MAX Current:2A MAX Output frequency numbers:16 Output level numbers:12 Transmitters numbers:7pcs Product Size:2156060mm Package box size:380*295m

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