Sexual Health Institute of the Carolinas Video Library

Dr. Ashley Tapscott is a board-certified urologist and fellowship-trained in male and female sexual dysfunction. Along with her work in general urology, Dr. Tapscott’s subspecialty interests have been nationally recognized at many urologic and sexual medicine society meetings. Dr. Tapscott has provided patients suffering from sexual health issues with resources to help educate them on their available treatment options.

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When other erectile dysfunction treatment options have proven to be ineffective, a penile implant may be the solution.

Many women experience urinary conditions and disorders, yet a large percentage never bring it up to their physician. Dr. Ashley Tapscott of the Sexual Health Institute of the Carolinas is the Charlotte area’s leading expert in the diagnosis and treatment of Female Urinary Incontinence and Pelvic Organ Prolapse.

Over 2 million men suffer from incontinence. Knowing the truth about incontinence can help relieve any embarrassment of the condition. Dr. Ashley Tapscott understands how hard dealing with urinary incontinence can be for men. She is also a board-certified urologist who knows how to help.

When scar tissue develops under the skin of the penis due to trauma or minor injury, Peyronie’s disease may occur. As the scar tissue forms, the penis may become bent or indented during an erection, which can cause increased pain.

Dr. Ashley Tapscott discusses pre-operative instructions for penile implant surgery.

Dr. Ashley Tapscott discusses post-operative instructions for penile implant surgery. It is important to follow the recommendations that your physician gives to you to ensure the best outcome.

The inability to achieve and maintain an erection can cause difficulties in even the best relationships. The first step is to talk to an expert like Dr. Tapscott to find the root cause and discover treatment options.

Erectile dysfunction, also known as ED, is a men’s sexual health issue that affects more men than you might think. Nearly 1 in every 4 men over the age of 65 will experience some degree of erectile dysfunction.

Dr. Ashley Tapscott understands what you are going through and can confidently say that virtually all men can be successfully treated for ED and resume a normal sex life.