The most common treatment is surgery, but it’s at its most effective when carried out before the age of 2. But often Chordee isn’t detected until adolescents. Surgery can still be carried out, but it may not be quite as effective, and there’s the risk of penis shrinkage post-surgery. But with the use of a penis traction device such as the MaleEdge penis extender, this risk of penis shrinkage can be avoided. Find out more about how penis traction works here
. The MaleEdge extender can be used as an assistive device to ensure a longer, straighter result after surgery to treat Chordee.