Physioexology is a specialty of physiotherapy that includes a set of techniques aimed at restoring erotic function in adult men and women, with the aim of improving sexual function, increasing sexual potency and rehabilitating sexuality in case of dysfunction.
In our Institute, we have recently begun to develop combined treatments in some sexual disorders, in which they participate, in a work team, a physiotherapist and one of the team’s psychologists, both specialists in sexology, which allows treating the various causes of a sexual dysfunction, whether physical or emotional, improving the therapeutic results.
To women who suffer from very specific sexual problems such as:
Anorgasmia (difficulties to achieve orgasm and feel pleasure)
Vaginismus (inability or difficulty to achieve penetration)
Dyspareunia (pain in sexual intercourse)
Men who have problems with premature ejaculation or who have difficulty maintaining an erecticon.
To men and women who want to improve their physical condition when their sexual experience is not satisfactory.
As a treatment in the lack of sexual desire (in men and women).
Physio-2 Treatment of perineal alterations: In many cases, sexual dysfunctions are directly related to the pelvic floor, which is the musculature that closes the pelvis below. A perineum in poor condition, either due to weakness or excess tension, can affect sexual relations, the static of the pelvic organs (buffet, womb, rectum) and can cause urinary incontinence.
The situations that can affect the perineum are:
Pregnancy and childbirth
Repeat efforts (abdominal, constipation, chronic cough …)
Stress and anxiety
For this reason, in the Institute of Studies of Sexuality and the Couple we do specialized treatments in correcting the alterations of the perineum and to assure a good result in case of sexual dysfunction.
Control of anxiety: Finally, in our daily activity, we see how in many of the problems we treat or not with sexuality, anxiety is present and is partly responsible for the situation of discomfort and the feeling of lack of control.
Therefore, working with a physiotherapy professional can significantly help to control this anxiety and achieve more immediate therapeutic results, especially when this work is combined with adequate psychological support.