Center for Sexual Health & Intimacy
- Are you able to enjoy sex?
- Are you and your partner not getting along due to sexual issues?
- Are you experiencing a decline in your sexual desire?
The Center for Sexual Health and Intimacy provides a dedicated and collaborative approach in the identification and treatment of sexual health concerns. Our staff is a multidisciplinary model for evaluation and treatment of sexual health.
Our Center Staff Includes:
Ronald Fisher, M.D., a physician at Centra Seven Hills Urology in Lynchburg. Dr. Fisher is a board certified urologist who has been in clinical practice for 10 years. He has a particular interest in female urology/incontinence and established the Center for Urinary Control in 1998 as a subspecialty center providing comprehensive evaluation and treatment for urinary incontinence, voiding disorders and pelvic pain. His interest in female pelvic health and male impotence has led to recent collaborative efforts with other clinicians to develop the Center for Sexual Health and Intimacy.
Anita Schmidt, M.D., board certified in obstetrics and gynecology. Dr. Schmidt has been practicing in Lynchburg for 16 years. She obtained her undergraduate and medical training at Hartwick College and University of Rochester and trained at Portsmouth Naval Hospital and in Okinawa, Japan. She is a member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical Society of Virginia, American Medical Association
Miranda Breit, Ph.D., a licensed clinical psychologist and certified family, marital and sex therapist. Dr. Breit is a board certified diplomat in sexology. Dr. Breit received her doctorate at New York University and practiced in New York City for over 10 years before coming to Lynchburg where she practices at Centra Piedmont Psychiatric Center. She specializes in relationship and sexual issues.
Jennifer Lloyd-Fitzgerald, FNP, a nurse practitioner at Centra Seven Hills Urology in Lynchburg. Jennifer has worked as a nurse practitioner in urology for six years. She works in the Center for Urinary Control, a subspecialty clinic within Seven Hills Urology. Due to the increasing number of women within her practice reporting sexual health concerns she developed an interest in sexual health. She works closely with several clinicians to promote and educate women regarding incontinence and sexual health.
Brenda Murphy, a licensed physical therapist. Murphy graduated from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia in 1998. Since graduating, she has spent her time as a therapist working in the hospital system and in private practice. For the past six years, Murphy has specialized in the treatment of men and women with pelvic pain and urinary/fecal incontinence. She currently works at Seven Hills Urology Center.