What do we treat?
Infrequent or Absent Orgasm
Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder
Female Low Sex Drive
Women’s sexual health is rarely talked about but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be addressed.
Do you experience:
In order to effectively address your situation, it’s important evaluate all of the variables that could be contributing factors. Nutrition, lifestyle, stress, medications and even musculoskeletal issues may be effecting your sexual health. Therefore our multidisciplinary team looks at your sexual health history, overall health, any chronic conditions, and develops a personalized plan just for you. We also assess your likelihood of success based on current research available. Once we have worked with you to develop your plan to meet your goals and your lifestyle our advanced technological approach with electrohydraulic Shockwave technology can be an effective part of our treatment strategy with you.
Electro hydraulic Shockwave Technology is cutting edge when it comes to treating many conditions including those associated with women’s sexual health. Ongoing research from around the world continue to support its effectiveness related to increasing blood flow and decreasing pain if present.
For women who want to avoid medications, surgery, injections, or internal treatment, Electrohydraulic Shockwave therapy is a viable and effective option especially when combined with our holistic approach to your care..
MYTH: LOW LIBIDO, ISSUES WITH ORGASM OR DRYNESS IS PART OF GETTING OLDER; I’LL JUST HAVE TO ACCEPT IT.
Fact: While low libido, dryness and pain with intercourse are common for women they are not a normal part of the aging process. These issues can be a sign of an underlying issue with hormones, lack of blood flow, or uncomfortably tight pelvic floor muscles. All of this can be treated and you can have success. You don’t have to accept these issues as a normal part of growing older.
MYTH: I CAN’T TALK TO MY DOCTOR ABOUT MY SEXUAL HEALTH. HE/SHE WILL BE EMBARRASSED AND CAN’T DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT.
Fact: We strongly recommend finding a physician you feel comfortable discussing the symptoms you are experiencing. Your physician should be comfortable talking about sexual health and is there to help.
We work closely with physicians to help and support you through our program if you want us to reach out to them. We work to understand your symptoms and overall health and develop a personalized treatment plan that will work for you.
MYTH: MY ONLY TREATMENT OPTION IS THE PILL OR CREAMS SEEN ON THE TV COMMERCIALS.
Fact: While common oral medications have recently been released for women with Hyposexual Desire Disorder in our opinion these should be the last option for persistent low libido. The oral contraceptive pill is often prescribed for the conditions we address but the pill doesn’t address the underlying issues and in some cases can contribute to symptoms. Hormone creams are an option for some women but they are usually administered before addressing why the symptoms are present and therefore the root cause of an issue continues to go unchecked. The creams can be a viable option but why have them if you can address your situation without them and get to the root cause of the issue? Many women feel a less invasive approach is well suited to them depending on a number of physical and medical factors. We work with you to develop a plan that is personalized to your needs and overall health.
MYTH: WOMEN’S SEXUAL HEALTH ISSUES ONLY AFFECTS WOMEN
Fact: While female sexual health issues affect a woman, and no doubt has psychological effects as well, men/partners and relationships in general are impacted by the issues women experience when sex is painful or uncomfortable or not pleasure=able. . Many women internalize their sexual health issues and live with guilt, self-doubt and may blame themselves, feeling their partner is no longer sexually attracted to them. For many women, sex is more than just the physical act, it’s intimate and emotional. Some women feel that the loss of intimacy signals trouble in their relationship. Women who are experiencing these issues need support, reassurance, and intimacy.