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Treatment Options for Sexual Dysfunction
Your sexual dysfunction treatment begins with a thorough and thoughtful assessment by our team of doctors and experts to address any underlying physical or psychological conditions contributing to your sexual dysfunction. Our specialists will then work with you to design a treatment plan that may include one or more of our specialized sexual dysfunction treatments.
Our sexual wellness specialists are experts in the many factors—including the physical changes that come with age—affecting your libido, energy level, and physical comfort during intercourse. Our specialists work closely with you to identify and resolve conditions impacting your sexual wellness, and are experts in Sexual Enhancement injections, which are formulated to increase libido, arousal, and sexual performance.Learn More
Hormone Replacement Therapy
Our hormone replacement therapies rebalance your hormone levels—stabilizing hormonal imbalances that may contribute to issues with sexual desire, arousal, response, and comfort during intercourse.Learn More
Through counseling, therapy, stress management, and coping and relaxation training, our team of counselors equips you with the tools you need to handle stress, anxiety, depression, and emotional upset from past sexual trauma—all psychological factors contributing to sexual dysfunction. Each of our teletherapy sessions is led by our mental and behavioral health specialists, and is conducted via telemedicine so that you can speak to our certified professionals from the privacy and comfort of your own home.Learn More
IV Infusion Therapy
With our IV infusion therapy treatments, a liquid solution IV drip delivers essential vitamins and minerals directly into your bloodstream. Each infusion of nutrients is tailored to treat conditions—such as stress, anxiety, and fatigue—negatively impacting your sexual wellness. Because IV nutrition therapy bypasses digestion, your cells receive the nutrients they need to replenish deficiencies—fast.Learn More
Our acupuncturists administer very thin micro-needles at strategic points known to stimulate your central nervous system—promoting your physical and emotional wellbeing through the release of “feel good” hormonesLearn More
Acoustic Wave Therapy
By promoting the growth of new blood vessels and increasing blood flow to the penis, acoustic wave therapy significantly improves erectile dysfunction, which affects more than 30 million men in the United States alone.Learn More
Why Anodyne for Sexual Dysfunction Treatment
Our doctors and experts thoroughly and thoughtfully consider the many dimensions of your health. We’re dedicated to identifying and treating the physical and psychological conditions that can significantly impact your sexual wellness. When you choose Anodyne, you’re partnering with extraordinary doctors and providers who put you and your health first.
- With providers and specialists representing many fields of medicine under one roof, we bring the sexual dysfunction experts to you.
- Decades of combined experience and expertise treating sexual dysfunction.
- Proven, highly-effective treatments and services with an integrated approach to mental health and wellness.
- Flexible payment options including insurance, payment plans, and financing available.
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Understanding Sexual Dysfunction
Sexual dysfunction describes a set of conditions that cause you to experience persistent and recurrent difficulties with your sexual desire, response, orgasm, or with pain during intercourse. Sexual dysfunction affects men and women of all ages—approximately 43% of women and 31% of men report some degree of sexual dysfunction according to the Cleveland Clinic—though it tends to be more common in people between the ages of 40 and 65 years. Typically, sexual dysfunction falls into four main disorder categories: desire disorders (you may lack any interest in or desire for sex); arousal disorders (you may be unable to become aroused during sexual activity); orgasm disorders (you may experience a delay in or absence of a climaxing orgasm); and pain disorder (you feel pain during intercourse).