Sex is good for the body and the brain. Healthy sexual activity alleviates stress, depression, anxiety,and is a natural human function.
Research suggests that sexual dysfunction is common (43% of women and 31% of men report some degree of difficulty), it is a topic that many people are hesitant or embarrassed to discuss.
Sexual dysfunction should not be embarrassing and may be a response to a hormonal imbalance or serve as a warning to other serious medical conditions, such as cancer. To many, sexual dysfunction is due to an imbalance within the body and treatable by a physician.
We can help. Treatment for sexual dysfunction begins with a medical examination and comprehensive laboratory tests to ensure that other medical conditions do not exist. Treatment plans will address a diminished sexual appetite, pain, dryness, or the inability to perform normally.
Treatment plans are as low as $229 per month, plus additional prescriptions or injections.
Treatments are designed to address:
Loss of Sex Drive
Pain during intercourse
Diminished Blood Flow
Inability to reach an Orgasm