The principle of traction therapy is commonly used in many medical fields including cosmetic and reconstructive surgeries. By gradually applying small amounts of stress to body tissue, cellular regeneration causes the body tissue to expand.
For many years these same principles have been used to treat a variety of medical problems. More recently, medical research has recognized the possibility for great improvements in penile health through the use of a traction based extender.
Researchers at X4 Labs have improved and extended this treatment to apply to penile enhancement through the use of gentle stretching based on traction.
During the 1990’s, researchers began working on the effect of traction on the penis body. Notable in their studies was a major medical breakthrough, that traction devices could have a dramatic affect on the growth of the penis.
When the skin of the penis is being stretched, skin cells begin to break down and then multiply to seal the new tissue areas that are being created by traction. This constant traction results in the eventual increase in length and girth of the penis.
This proven method is not painful at all because the stretch is made over time. This process allows the penis to adapt throughout the enlargement process. This same method is being used everyday by doctors all over the world to treat burn victims and other patients that require traction to heal their injuries.
The use of traction to stretch various body parts has been noted throughout history among indigenous tribes from around the world. Traditional tribes from Burma have long used similar principles to extend the lengths of their necks. Traction based extension is still used to this day among many African tribes to extend the size of earlobes and lips. These same principles of traction based extension were taken into consideration during the development of the X4 Extender.
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