Main conditions treated in the clinicFor women:
- Vaginismus: difficulty in penetration due to emotional or physical reasons (such as vestibulitis)
- Dyspareunia: pain during penetration
- Orgasmic dysfunction: difficulty or inability to reach orgasm
- Decreased libido
- Erectile dysfunction
- Premature ejaculation
- Delayed ejaculation
- Decreased libido
- Dyspareunia: painful intercourse
- Sexual incompatibility
- Differences in sexual needs/desires
- Sex life revitalization
- Sex life difficulties due to personal issues or couple conflicts
- Treatment following a partner’s surgery
Treatment approachThe Sex Therapy Clinic works with the patient from all perspectives—body and soul. Therefore, the type of treatment needs to be personally compatible to the patient, their needs and medical condition and emotional profile. The integrated therapy approach, personalized to each person, uses proven professional and scientific modalities developed by experts in the field. Patient treatment is guided and monitored by a physician.
What is included in the initial diagnosis?The clinic team uses progressive methods and state-of-the-art equipment to diagnose and identify the root cause of the problem. Along with physiological exams, initial individual or couple’s emotional assessments are performed—all in order to provide comprehensive targeted treatment.
What does clinic treatment entail?Treatments that are provided based on each patient’s and/or couple’s needs include:
- Medication prescription: for example PDE5i for erectile dysfunction
- Topical creams
- Medical intervention
- Sex therapy
- Couples sex therapy
Who is on the treatment team?The multidisciplinary team, consisting of gynecologists and social workers who specialize in individual and couple’s sex therapy, provides care for the full spectrum of sexual disorders.
The clinic works in close collaboration with physiotherapists, complementary medicine professionals and urologists from the Men’s Sexual Health Clinic.
Important patient informationFor clinic visits, patients should present the financial commitment form (Form 17) from their health maintenance organization (HMO), or pay the standard clinic fee.