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THE 4 MOST COMMON CONDITIONS OF MALE SEXUAL
DYSFUNCTION, AND HOW THEY CAN BE TREATED
You might be surprised by how many Australian men are affected by conditions such as Premature Ejaculation, Erectile Dysfunction, Peyronie’s Disease and Hard Flaccid Syndrome. Learn more about these common conditions below:
Premature Ejaculationis experienced by 21-31% of Australian males. Causes include physical, mental and lifestyle factors, which are treatable.
1 in 5 men over 35 experience this issue, and 1 in 10 men cannot have erections. Focused Shockwave Therapy has been shown to help Erectile Dysfunction.
A visibly bent penis, painful erection, flaccid penis or soft erection affects around 9% of males. Is surgery or Focused Shockwave Therapy the right treatment for you?
Hard Flaccid Syndrome
Pain can occur in the penis, perineum or groin, caused by injury, failed penis enhancement or high stress levels. Physio and Focused Shockwave Therapy can help restore penis function.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION IN MEN AND AVAILABLE TREATMENTS
Does Erectile Dysfunction Last Forever? The First Step in Overcoming Erectile Dysfunction
As a man, you expect your penis to rise to the occasion whenever you need it to. When it doesn’t, you go into panic mode. Before you panic, read this.
What Is Premature Ejaculation and What You Can Do About It
31% of adult Australian males suffer from premature ejaculation. When the central nervous system is not controlling the ejaculatory process as it should, it’s time to investigate why.
Everything You Need to Know About Peyronie’s Disease
A penis should, more or less, be straight. If it curves to one side, you might have a condition called Peyronie’s Disease (PD). Find out how to seek treatment and get rid of the pain and discomfort of PD.
Erection Problems? It Could Be Hard Flaccid Syndrome
Numbness, constant pain, and in a constant semi-rigid, semi-flaccid state. Men with Hard Flaccid Syndrome report feeling depressed, frustrated, angry, and less masculine. Read why it occurs and how to fix it.
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The Sydney Pelvic Clinic team of physiotherapists in Sydney provide this information for men (and their partners) who might be experiencing sexual dysfunction, sexual pain or pelvic pain – specifically related to premature ejaculation, limp penis, erectile dysfunction, pre ejaculation, early ejaculation treatment, or quick ejaculation. Sydney Pelvic Clinic can offer pelvic physio services to stop premature ejaculation, early ejaculation and help if you are looking for ways to last longer in bed. Our experienced team is here to advise on the best erectile dysfunction exercises and the main cause of erectile dysfunction. Wondering how to fix erectile dysfunction? Looking for a premature ejaculation remedy? Do you or someone you know have trouble getting hard? If you or someone you know is experiencing male sexual dysfunction, please encourage them to read the articles on this page and seek help to manage and treat their symptoms and improve their quality of life. While Sydney Pelvic Health Clinic makes every effort to ensure the information in this website is accurate and informative, this information does not take the place of one-on-one professional or medical advice. Do not use this information to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, or as a substitute for a consultation with our trained health professionals. Sydney Pelvic Clinic is located in Bondi Junction in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and in St Leonards Sydney, and provides physio-led exercise classes, massage therapies, and physiotherapy services with experienced pelvic physios who can help with any pelvic injury or sexual dysfunction. Consultations are private and confidential, and can be booked online or by calling the Bondi Junction clinic.