Conditions We Treat
The period of time after the arrival of a new baby is characteristically a time of little sleep, fatigue and physical healing from childbirth – all factors that may not be conducive to a couple sexuality. Learn More
This condition is defined as bladder pain, pressure or discomfort associated with urinary urgency, frequency and nocturia in the absence of an infection or other identifiable causes.
Vulvodynia (also referred to as vulvar vestibulitis or vestibulodynia) is condition involving chronic pain in a woman’s vulva (the area around the opening of the vagina). Learn More
Women can be affected by a number of “skin conditions” during their lifetime, including eczema, psoriasis and other dermatoses. Learn More
Vaginitis is an inflammation of the vaginal tissues that can result in discharge, itching, redness, pain, and odor. Learn More
Sexuality after Cancer is possible. An estimated 50-90% of cancer survivors report that their cancer diagnosis and treatments have negatively affected their sexual lives. Learn More
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction affects muscles inside the vagina that help control bodily functions including urination, defecation and sexuality. Learn More