In this study, we are investigating the efficacy of DATD in treating CP/CPPS by assessing the dynamics of pain and QoL, PV, and [Q.sub.max].
The effectiveness of TT was studied by comparing men with CP/CPPS who received mono-therapy with DATD with the control group, who received no treatment.
Post screening, men in the treatment group were provided with DATD. This device facilitates treatment of the affected region by the topical application of a special mixture of waxes that can collect the naturally emitted body heat, thus turning into a source of energy itself.
The use of DATD considerably reduces PV and significantly increases the uroflowmetry [Q.sub.max].
Clinical improvement and positive changes in the ultrasound and uroflowmetry parameters in patients with CP/CPPS who used DATD could be explained by positive changes in the prostate at the capillary level.
By terminating "micro-focus" of hypothermia with DATD microcirculation within the prostate improves.