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    Comprehensive Sexual Health Center

    A collaboration between MetroHealth and Cleveland Sex & Intimacy Counseling.


    Our LGBTQ+ affirming team includes Sex Therapists, Sexual Medicine clinicians, and Pelvic Floor Therapists. Together we work to evaluate and treat individuals with sexual desire, arousal, orgasm, and pain dysfunctions.

  • Mission & Vision

    The Comprehensive Sexual Health Center is dedicated to a collaborative, evidence-based approach to diagnose, treat, educate, and optimize the sexual health and wellness of all people.


    The Comprehensive Sexual Health Center strives to:

    1. provide evidence-based clinical care by sexual health experts in a mutually respectful environment for all people
    2. advance the field of sexual medicine by engaging in ongoing research, pursuing innovation, and implementing state-of-the-art interventions for the betterment of our patients
    3. provide the public and healthcare community with accurate and scientifically sound education to increase awareness and understanding of sexual medicine and comprehensive sexual well being

    About Us

    Sexual Medicine Clinicians:

    • Determine whether medical conditions and/or medications contribute to sexual obstacles
    • May perform a physical exam to assess and order appropriate labs and tests
    • May refer patient to ancillary clinical specialists
    • Provide prescription medications or other therapeutic recommendations
    Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists:
    • Evaluate for medical conditions that may be affecting pelvic muscles
    • Evaluate how the pelvic muscles could cause or be associated with other medical conditions
    • May perform an external exam of muscles, nerves, and bones
    • May perform an internal vaginal or rectal exam to identify the specific areas leading to presenting condition
    • Use manual therapy and exercise to re-educate the muscles and nerves
    Sex Therapists:
    • Diagnose and treat mental health, family, relationship, cultural or trauma factors
    • Will typically suggest 5 or more sessions depending on treatment and/or concerns
    • Help clients develop sexual goals (individuals or partners)
    • Assist clients in achieving a healthy romantic and/or sexual relationship


    may include but are not limited to:

    • Anorgasmia
    • Desire Disorder
    • Dyspareunia
    • Erectile dysfunction
    • Orchalgia
    • Overactive pelvic floor
    • Pelvic girdle pain
    • Peyronie's disease
    • Premature ejaculation
    • Underactive pelvic floor
    • Vaginismus
    • Vulvodynia

    Treatment & Focus Areas

    include but are not limited to:

    • Arousal and Orgasm Disorders
    • Consensual Non-Monogamy
    • Erection concerns
    • Kink-Affirming
    • LGBTQ+ identities
    • Low Sexual Desire/Libido
    • Sexual pain

    More Information

    Sexual function, response, and attitude are influenced by mental health, social and environmental factors, family, religion, and relationship dynamics from past and current partners.


    Sexual dysfunction is a complication in one or more of the sexual response cycles or sexual pain causing distress.


    Over 40% of adults report a problem or concern regarding sex at some point in their life.


    To schedule an appointment, call 216-778-3463.