Welcome to the Sexual Wellbeing Clinic where sexual difficulties are resolved professionally, holistically & confidentially
We are proud to offer a unique blend of expertise and patient-centred care for men, women and non-binary people at all stages of life and health.
WHO IS THE SERVICE FOR?
Individuals and couples with sexual difficulties…
Sexual difficulties can be hard to talk about and can also put a strain on intimate relationships.
The Sexual Wellbeing Clinic has been established to ensure that clients who come to us with a sexual difficulty experience a smooth, multi-professional approach to care, and are able to access consultation, ongoing appointments, and medical interventions if required from a team of experienced professionals who are able to address and advise on the medical, physical, emotional, relational and psychological aspects of the problem.
PROBLEMS WE CAN TREAT INCLUDE:
Menopausal problems - hot flushes, mood swings and vaginal dryness through to lack of sex drive
Erectile disorder - problems getting or keeping an erection
Premature ejaculation - reaching sexual climax too quickly
Delayed ejaculation - unable to reach sexual climax
Female orgasmic disorder - unable to reach sexual climax
Dyspareunia - finding sex painful
Vaginismus - difficultly having penetrative sex
Low libido - problems with desire and arousal
Sexual addiction or out of control sexual behaviours
Who is on the Team
Gynaecology: Ash can also offer a comprehensive range of treatments for gynaecological problems, see the following links for further details
Psychosexual Therapy: Emma can also offer a comprehensive range of treatments for psychological problems, see the following link for further details
Ian Pearce (details to follow)
Urology: Ian can also offer a comprehensive range of treatments for urological problems, see the following link for further details
How can I access this service?
You can be referred by your GP alternatively you can self-refer to the service.
We have pre-referral screening advice which means depending on your symptoms any recommended tests can be completed by your GP prior to referral, this means we can exclude certain reasons for the problem prior to seeing you. If you self-refer, we can arrange these tests. For a list of recommended tests see our website “information for GPs”.