The Oakwood Health Network (OHN) are sexual health experts. Our practitioners have over 30 years of experience in primary care and sexual health. Our dedicated clinic opened in Oakville in 2018 and quickly established itself as one of the leaders in the multi-strategy treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and Peyronie’s Disease.
Restore and Keep Your Potential
Oakwood Health Network strongly believes that sexual health is not a nice to have, but as essential as any other health metric. Research1 tells us we are healthier, physically and mentally, with satisfactory sex lives. We also know men suffer huge impacts on their physical and mental health when they experience ED and/or Peyronie’s, with lower quality of life and even higher mortality2. Even though most family doctors offer Viagra or Cialis3, pills are not the only answer. OHN can help restore and keep your sexual potential.
Multi-Strategy ED Treatment
Oakwood Health Network doesn’t just provide 1 or 2 treatments – we have 8 different strategies to treat ED and Peyronie’s. Our strategies can also help with Premature Ejaculation and Low Testosterone. Our doctors, nurses and therapists know your sexual health is one of the most important things in your life and we take you seriously. OHN respects patient privacy and confidentiality.
Start living your potential today!
Let us show you how we can help by booking your free telephone consultation with us here.
Coming soon: our new Toronto and Vaughan offices are opening in the summer of 2021.
- Castleman, M. (2016, July 14). Does having more sex really make people happier? https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca/blog/all-about-sex/201607/does-having-more-sex-really-make-people-happier
- Korfage, I. J., Pluijm, S., Roobol, M., Dohle, G. R., Schröder, F. H., & Essink-Bot, M. L. (2009). Erectile dysfunction and mental health in a general population of older men. The journal of sexual medicine, 6(2), 505–512. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1743-6109.2008.01111.x
- Bella, A. J., Lee, J. C., Carrier, S., Bénard, F., & Brock, G. B. (2015). 2015 CUA Practice guidelines for erectile dysfunction. Canadian Urological Association Journal, 9(1-2), 23-9. https://doi.org/10.5489/cuaj.2699