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Institute for Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction: A subject most men don’t like to talk about. But we should. Because erectile dysfunction and impotence are, apart from very few exceptions, not a question of fate. The earlier the diagnosis is made, the better the chances of success of the therapy. In most cases erectile problems can be treated effectively. Talk to our experts at the Institute for Erectile Dysfunction- for more quality of life without erectile problems.

Erectile dysfunction: diagnosis to therapy

Enough of fairy tales and half-truths: comprehensive information about erectile dysfunction - from frequency to causes to diagnosis and treatment.

Erectile dysfunction

Stent implantation for erectile dysfunction

The majority of erectile dysfunctions result from circulatory disorders. The minimal-invasive catheter-assisted stent implantation restores the blood flow to the penis - with a success rate of over 75 percent.

Stent implantation for erectile dysfunction

Test: Erectile dysfunction or failure?

With this scientifically recognized self-test, you can quickly and easily find out whether you have any signs of erectile problems that seriously require treatment.

Self-test

Early warning signs for erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction often indicates serious diseases at an early stage - from arteriosclerosis and diabetes to lipid metabolic and circulatory disorders. Diagnosis and therapy of erectile problems are not lifestyle medicine, but medically useful services.

Causes

Your experts for erectile dysfunction

Our interdisciplinary team of experts guarantees highest quality in the diagnosis and treatment of erectile problems - from the beginning. In the picture you see the founders and partners of the Institute for Erectile Dysfunction (from left to right): Dr. med. Dagmar Schumacher, Dr. med. Martin C. Schumacher, PD Dr. med. Hak Hong Keo, Prof. Dr. med. Nicolas Diehm, Dr. med. Christian Regli and PD Dr. med. Markus Béchir.

Our team of experts

Professor Dr. med. Nicolas Diehm:
Why we should talk about erectile dysfunction

Many men still regard erectile dysfunction as a personal failure. However, it has nothing to do with reality: 90 percent of all erectile problems are organic. And even better: In more than 70 percent of cases, medical help is possible.  Therefore: Let's talk to each other. We initiated the Institute for Erectile Dysfunctionin order to enlighten on erectile dysfunction. And on the other hand, to further improve the supply for diagnosis and therapy in Switzerland. At our center of excellence you find renowned physicians, who are intensively concerned with all aspects of erectile dysfunction every day in clinics and research. As a result, you benefit from state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

More about erectile dysfunction

Causes and treatment of erectile dysfunction in the video

Patient gathering at Hirslanden Clinic:

Prof. Dr. Diehm explains stent implantation for erectile dysfunction (German)

Six questions for Dr. Diehm:

Prof. Dr. Diehm answers frequently asked questions about erectile dysfunction (German)

Stent instead of Viagra

Prof. Dr. Nicolas Diehm in the health magazine Checkup of TeleZüri (German)

Do you have any questions?

At the Institute for Erectile Dysfunction you find qualified dialog partners for all questions on erectile dysfunction. If you want to make a consultation appointment: Call us: +41 62 544 92 49 or write an e-mail to info@erectiledysfunction-treatment.com

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News from the Institute for erectile dysfunction

Press

The Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ am Sonntag) reports on stent implantation for erectile dysfunction in the category Man and Medicine.

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High success rate

According to a recent dissertation in collaboration with the Institute for Erectile Dysfunctionthe success rate of stent implantation is at 76 percent. More to come…

 

Swiss Medical Weekly

Publication “Interdisciplinary options for diagnosis and treatment of organic erectile dysfunction” of Prof. Diehm and colleagues.

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