Neurologic ED can result from complications of chronic disease, trauma, surgical injury, or iatrogenic causes. There are two major pathways for how erectile initiation occurs: psychogenic and reflexogenic. Psychogenic erections involve visual or auditory responses, while reflexogenic erections involve genital sensory stimulation.
We are seeking two-way referrals with Neurologists who are treating male patients for any of these conditions:
- Spinal cord injury
- Chronic disease (diabetic neuropathy)
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple system atrophy (MSA)
- Temporal lobe epilepsy
- Lower back/lumbar disc condition
- Traumatic brain injury
- Assessment for peripheral
- Sensory testing with nerve condition studies
We understand that our Neurology provider colleagues have many men in their practice with ED and low testosterone concerns, due to a variety of medical conditions. Our Men’s Sexual Medicine practice is designed to provide individualized care to these men, allowing you to stay focused on managing their other neurology-related conditions. We will work with you to address the underlying medical cause for ED and low testosterone and often encourage improved nutrition and exercise as a significant component of therapy for improved sexual health. Our goal is to help our mutual patient return to a more fulfilling sex life.