The Center for Women’s Sexual Medicine (CWSM) clinic was created to fill the need of women suffering, often silently, with sexual health dysfunction and pain which can cause great frustration and hopelessness. The CWSM clinic provides a comprehensive evaluation of sexual medicine concerns with a focus on extensive assessment and treatment to alleviate and or decrease distressing symptoms through a team of trained professionals in the area of sexual dysfunction.
Our comprehensive and compassionate care includes confidential evalation and assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation by a
A nurse practitioner since 1994. Annie enjoys all aspects of women’s healthcare with a special passion for perimenopause, menopause, vulvodynia, and sexual pain disorders. She has been a member and fellow in the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH) since 2012. Annie uses the ISSWSH model of care in her clinical evaluation of women with various vulvar and sexual pain concerns.
Amy Elisa Hedrick has been specializing in sex therapy since 2010. She is a highly trained professional dedicated to providing solution-focused and uniquely tailored therapeutic approaches to assist individuals and couples in enhancing emotional and physical intimacy, empowering individual sexual satisfaction, and minimizing the impact of sexual dysfunction.
Sarah Graham is a highly trained and seasoned women’s health and pelvic floor therapist that began her own clinic, Restore Physical Therapy, after years of experience. Her desire is always to see her patients reach their goals of decreased pelvic pain and return to desired sexual activity while receiving the highest level of patient care.
Because your healthcare needs are often time-sensitive, we do our best to schedule you an appointment quickly and conveniently. For appointments, please call 208-888-0909. If you’re an established patient and have a question about your health or medical care, our triage nurse is here to help and can be reached at 208-888-0909 during normal business hours.
If you are having a medical emergency, please call 911 first.