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Erectile Dysfunction Rehabilitation post Prostate Cancer Surgery 


You shouldn’t have to live with the struggle of Erectile Dysfunction (ED). We understand men and the impact impotence of erectile dysfunction is having on relationships and everyday life. This common and growing problem facing men causes physical and emotional distress in at least 1 in 5 men over the age of 40 years.


Many men are not provided with all the options and best solutions to treat the problem, but Dr Elmes has conducted extensive research in finding the best and safest treatments available to ensure men are provided all options to treat their erectile dysfunction.

Erectile dysfunction is a very common and under-discussed problem.


Causes of erectile dysfunction: 

- Usually ↓ arterial in flow. Sometimes ↑ venous outflow or leak.

- Psychological (usually younger group)

- Hormonal

- Neurological (DM, PVD)

- Latrogenic (Radical prostatectomy / ~ 50% Radiotherapy. TURP ~ 5%)

- Vascular (Internal pudendal stenosis)


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-      Hormonal

-      ECG


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Treatments offered by Dr Elmes


Dr Elmes provides the permenant surgical solution for your ED concerns. 

Penile Prosthesis Rehabilitation post Prostatectomy


For men who have erectile dysfunction resistant to medical therapies who have had Prostatectomy surgery, a Penile Prosthesis allows a permanent solution to this debilitating and often psychologically distressing condition. Studies indicate 93.8% of men were moderately or completely satisfied with their penile prosthesis choice. Dr Elmes implants both major types of penile prosthesis. The choice of implant is primarily dependant on each patient’s anatomy.

Dr Elmes only uses state of the art prostheses, which produce a more natural erection, maximised girth and rigidity, confident operation, easy one-handed deflation and minimal recovery time.

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