In addition to providing excellent care, the practitioners at The Centers for Vulvovaginal Disorders believe that providing patient education, teaching other health care providers about vulvar disease, and performing research to improve treatment options for women suffering with vulvar disease are the cornerstones of the practice. Click the following links to see published books and articles by our practitioners.
Lichen Planus, Lichen Simplex Chronicus, & Other Vulvar Dermatoses
Vulvovaginal Diseases and Sexual Dysfunction
Management of Sexual Dysfunction in Men and Women
Female Sexual Pain Disorders
This book provides a comprehensive, state-of-the art review of the intersection of male and female reproductive and sexual health. The text comprehensively discusses the evaluation and management of physical, genetic, and psychological causes of male and female sexual dysfunction. Discussion of treatment focuses on current medical and surgical psychosexual therapies in both the male and female. The book highlights erectile, ejaculatory, and orgasmic disorders in the male; desire, arousal and orgasmic disorders in the female; and an integrated approach to the couple. Lifestyle modifications through diet and exercise and optimization of anthropomorphic characteristics are also discussed, including a holistic approach to these disorders that goes beyond a focus on the genital system alone.
This textbook is devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of vulvar and vaginal pain disorders and disease. More than 75 world-renowned scientists contributed chapters in this authoritative and comprehensive textbook.
When Sex Hurts
Reclaiming Desire outlines a highly effective holistic approach to treating decreased sexual desire. In addition, there is essential information on the ways in which major life events such as pregnancy, menopause, and divorce can affect a woman's sexual health.
When Sex Hurts is a guide for patients that contains up-to-date information of the diagnosis and treatment of more than 20 different causes of sexual and vulvovaginal pain. It contains an algorithm that helps a patient and her healthcare provider determine the specific cause and treatments of her type of vulvar pain.
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