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.

Two Way Referrals with Neurology

One of the other specialists that we work closely with is Neurology, and there’s several aspects of Neurology that we see. One can be they can have men who’ve had vascular problems. So you know post stroke, vascular problems that could be closely linked to erectile…