Sexual Health

Sexual health is a common issue in today’s society. Sexual disorders for both men and women can lead to relational difficulties -> reduced self esteem -> depression -> weight gain and poor health. Significant advancements in the understanding and treatment of men’s and women’s sexual disorders have been made and effective treatments have become available for both men and women. We can help to improve your sexual health and overall physical health. Please schedule an appointment to speak to us about it.  Sexual disorders come in many different forms and fashions. They present differently in women than in men. Recognition and treatment of your sexual health issues can help to improve your relationship, restore your self esteem and increase your quality of life.


Men’s Sexual Health

  • Erectile dysfunction (complete or partial inability to achieve an erection).
  • Premature ejaculation (25%-40% of men, characterized by a lack of voluntary control over ejaculation).
  • Hypotestosteronemia or testosterone deficiency (low testosterone levels causing low or now sex drive, lack of energy, weight gain esp. abdomnal weight gain)
  • Peyronie’s disease (curvature of penis interfering with sex).
With our comprehensive systemic and regional therapies, our success rate in treating ED is over 98%. We have helped many men to restore their confidence and their health.

Women’s Sexual Health

  • Hypoactive sexual desire disorder (The persistent or recurrent deficiency or absence of sexual fantasies, thoughts, and/or desire for sexual activity, which causes personal distress).
  • Sexual arousal disorder (The persistent or recurrent inability to attain or maintain sufficient sexual excitement, which causes personal distress. It may be expressed as a lack of subjective excitement, genital lubrication, swelling, or other somatic responses).
  • Orgasmic disorder (The persistent or recurrent difficulty of, delay in, or absence of attaining orgasm after sufficient sexual stimulation and arousal, which causes personal distress).
  • Dyspareunia (Recurrent or persistent genital pain associated with sexual intercourse).
  • Vaginismus (Recurrent or persistent involuntary spasm of the musculature of the outer third of the vagina that interferes with vaginal penetration and causes personal distress).
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