The innovative treatment concept of Vertica® aroused great interest among journalists in UK and around the world. You can get an impression of selected publications about us.

“Erectile dysfunction gadget helps 85% of men in trial.”

The little blue pill could be replaced by a V-shaped gadget used at home to treat erectile dysfunction using radiofrequency technology.
The new device, called Vertica, improved matters for 85 per cent of participants in a clinical study and saw 50 per cent reach normal levels of performance.
The device is the first in the medical scenario to treat the outflow and not just the inflow and is a credible alternative solution to other available treatments which are designed to improve the erectile mechanism.
“In addition, Vertica is drug-free, suitable for home use, with long-lasting results … in some cases, users are stating they are seeing results after only four to six weeks of use. There is still more research to be done but all the signs are that Vertica is a great treatment device.”

“Erectile dysfunction could be treated with radio waves, study suggests…”

Men experiencing difficulties in the bedroom could improve their sex lives without medication by having radio-wave treatment, a study suggests. Researchers said the treatment had the potential to reverse erectile dysfunction within four to six weeks, meaning men and their partners could enjoy a spontaneous sex life without having to rely on drugs such as Viagra.
Commenting on the study, Fabio Castiglione, consultant urologist and andrologist at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, said the “revolutionary idea” could be “life-changing” for men with the condition.”

“Vertica may improve the rehabilitation period via nerve and vascular regeneration.”

David Ralph, Professor of Urology at the University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH) and University College London (UCL), said: “Vertica may improve the rehabilitation period [for a radical prostatectomy] via nerve and vascular regeneration. This would be a major breakthrough in the management of prostate cancer.”

Mr Wai Gin Lee, a consultant urological surgeon and andrologist at UCLH, said: “Robotic radical prostatectomy has revolutionised the treatment of prostate cancer but commonly results in erectile dysfunction. Vertica is a novel and promising treatment that may hasten the recovery of erectile function. This may be a game changer for improved quality of life in prostate cancer survivors.”

A relatively new type of at-home treatment is also becoming increasingly popular which is drug-free with no prescription required.”


On April 7, we observed World Health Day to remind us all that we have the right to good health. This date was chosen as it marks the anniversary of the founding of the World Health organization (WHO) in 1948. This year’s theme for World Health Day 2024 is ‘My health, my right’ with the focus to ‘champion the rights of everyone everywhere’ and including anything that is related to health and wellbeing.

One widely reported major factor that effects sexual health amongst men is the deteriorating impact on male performance as they age and erectile dysfunction. In a report, the WHO projected that 320 million men worldwide would be affected by ED by 2025 due to an increasingly wide range of different circumstances.

A relatively new type of at-home treatment is also becoming increasingly popular which is drug-free with no prescription required. Vertica is a V-shaped medical device which uses radiofrequency technology to regenerate collagen and elastin fiber tissues in the penis.

“Ohh-Med Medical Launches Ohh-Med UK to expand the worldwide reach of Vertica, the company’s home-use device for treating erectile dysfunction”.

“Gadget shaped like games controller could boost erections and make Viagra redundant..”

Radio frequencies warming up the penis could improve blood flow and make tablets like Viagra a thing of the past as boffins work hard on stiffening up members country-wide”…. “The device is a credible alternative to other treatments designed to improve the erectile mechanism. In addition, Vertica is drug-free, suitable for home use, with long-lasting results.”

“Boost Your Sex Life With Ohh-Med Vertica”


Dr Fabio Castiglione, Consultant Urologist and Andrologist at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Associate Professor at the University College London (UCL), has described Vertica as ‘creditable’, ‘revolutionary’ and potentially ‘life changing’ for men.

“Men, would YOU trust this bizarre £1,200 gadget to beat impotence?…”

EXCLUSIVE: Device users have claimed to experience results in just two weeks
Pilot studies have shown 89% achieved an improvement in their erectile function
Studies suggest nine in 10 impotent men who tried the Vertica device achieved an improvement in their erectile function in as little as two weeks. The gadget, sold with a charger and case, is targeted at men aged 40 to 85″….”Electrodes in this ring deliver ‘radio frequency energy’, which gently heats the penis and its inner tissues.” …. “The device also triggers ‘blood vessel regrowth’ and widens the blood vessels in the penis, which improves blood flow, the company says. As a result, the gadget helps to ‘trap’ the blood flowing in the tissue and improve the erection mechanism for a sustained period.”