By PhD, ACS Robert T. Francoeur (auth.), MD, FACS, FICSEP, FICP, ACS, AASECT Jose Florante J. Leyson (eds.)
The 1st ebook to comprehensively speak about therapy of handicapped folks of all sexual orientations, Sexual Rehabilitation of the Spinal-Cord-Injured sufferer is a realistic advisor to the administration of each form of sexual disorder coming up from spinal twine injury.
Chapters spotlight the cutting-edge in female and male sexual neurophysiology, protecting nearly each element of prognosis, administration, and coping techniques, together with: • clinical and surgical administration of impotence and infertility • sexual-urinary bionic prostheses • issues of being pregnant • divorce prevention counseling • psychiatric evaluate and therapy • cultural and non secular views • homosexuality/transsexuality • holistic therapeutic massage • adoption • sexual surrogates • sexopharmacology • erection and orgasmic pacemakers • house sexology • destiny learn • biosexual engineering.
a unique function of the booklet is an inventory of foreign sexual referral facilities at which sufferers at any place on the planet may well search applicable care and assistance.
Sexual Rehabilitation of the Spinal-Cord-Injured Patient's designated concentration is at the psychoemotional facets of sexuality, reminding the reader that sexuality-one of the main extreme human emotions-should no longer be denied the handicapped.
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