Sexual Vitality Clinic provides services for sexual health restoration. The clinic has modern medical equipment for diagnostics and treatment. We boast a team of experienced physicians who successfully combine great practical clinical experience with scientific research results.
Sexual Vitality Clinic is committed to providing professional sexual health care to anyone who needs it. Up-to-date knowledge and continuous improvement make our treatment methods one of the most efficient ones among others. We employ an individual approach and special attention to detail when it comes to the needs of our customers.
We are guided by our values: putting patients first, taking pride in what we do, respecting others, striving to be the best, and acting with integrity.
All our services are strictly confidential for all of our patients, no matter their age or circumstances. The information our patients give us is not shared with anyone outside our sexual health institution without the consent of our patients.
Our clinic provides professional services for the restoration of sexual health in the following ways:
- ED medication
- HGH therapy
- Peyronie’s disease treatment
Frequently asked questions about telemedicine
What do “telehealth” and “telemedicine” mean?
Telehealth and telemedicine both describe a way to deliver and get healthcare using telecommunications technology (phone, computer). If you hear that a doctor is offering “live telehealth visits,” it means you can now video chat a doctor online!
What equipment do I need to do a telehealth visit?
At a minimum, most patients will need a computer or mobile device with an integrated camera and microphone. If your device doesn’t have a built-in microphone or webcam, you’ll need to get those. You also need a decent internet connection that allows you to stream video.
Will it work with wifi?
Yes! As long as your wireless connection is strong enough. Your internet speeds should be at least 15mbps for uploads and 5mbps for downloads.
I’m not very tech-savvy. Is telehealth right for me?
We’ve had patients of all ages (and well into their 90’s!) use our telehealth platform successfully. Have you ever used Skype or Facetime? Doing a virtual doctor’s visit can be just as simple.
What should I do if I have a technical issue?
We always include a quick equipment test when you enroll to make sure your sound, video, etc is working, and lower the possibility of technical glitches.
What conditions can I get treated for via telehealth?
Telehealth is currently being used to treat conditions across many different specialties. Check with a doctor to see what conditions they treat via telehealth.
How can a doctor diagnose me without actually doing a physical exam?
A doctor actually doesn’t need to do a physical exam to diagnose and treat many conditions. That’s because knowing your medical history is considered “90% of the evaluation” when combined with the doctor-patient interaction. How you’re feeling can be just as important to a doctor as the results of a physical exam. Plus, being able to see you and view any picture gives a doctor the additional visual information needed to make a diagnosis.
When can I do virtual visits with my doctor?
Check with a doctor about the specific hours they’ll be offering virtual visits. They might be offering on-demand visits during certain time blocks or scheduling out your virtual visit the same way as an in-person appointment.
Will I be seeing my own doctor or someone I don’t know?
This all depends on the practice you’re doing a telehealth visit with. If you’re doing a virtual visit with an urgent care center, chances are you’ll be seeing a new doctor.
But if you’re doing a telehealth visit at a practice where you’re an established patient, you’ll likely be seeing your own doctor. Many practices treat telehealth visits the same as a normal in-person visit with your own doctor – except online!
Can I get a prescription filled from the visit?
Yes! As long as your diagnosis doesn’t require further in-person examination, a doctor can simply electronically prescribe your medication and send it directly to the nearest pharmacy of your choice.
Will my insurance cover the visit?
All of the Big Five insurance carriers offer some sort of coverage for telehealth visits. However, you should always call your insurance and verify what your individual policy covers.