The fact that you're reading this is a great first step, one that is so important to providing support, encouragement and understanding to your partner. Whether your partner has ED, low libido, depression, lack of focus, or chronic fatigue, there are a variety of treatment options available. At Maze, our team specializes in treating both the physical and psychological aspects of sexual health--a unique yet highly successful approach, as many factors can contribute to male sexual dysfunction.

We realize how difficult it can be for partners. Understanding what another person is experiencing and then trying to communicate your feelings about how the issue is impacting you and your sex life is no easy task. Learning more about the problem may help facilitate a discussion.

Click the links below to download our Info Packets and learn more about both the Men's and Women's sexual issues we treat:

Men's Sexual Health Issues

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Did you know that roughly 30 million men in America suffer from various degrees of ED? The good news is that there is help available. As we like to say “if you have a penis, we can get you an erection.” This is true even if your partner hasn’t seen success elsewhere. Learn More

Low Testosterone/Andropause

Low T is a complicated condition that presents differently in different men; depression, loss of muscle mass, ED, lack of focus, fatigue, and more. Fortunately, treatment can change your partner’s life. Just checking testosterone levels will be of limited use unless someone has the expertise to understand it within the context of your partner’s overall health. And a treatment plan can’t be optimized unless a specialist continually monitors and calibrates it to achieve the best possible results.

If you’ve heard that some Low T treatments can cause prostate cancer or cardiovascular disease, it’s important to note the following: the preponderance of medical evidence clearly shows that treating Low T with TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy) does not increase your risks. In fact, studies correlate TRT with improved cardiovascular and overall health. Learn More

Check out our blog post on how to arouse a man with Low T.

Last updated: June 2022

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