Exactly What is The Vaginal and Vulvar Tightening Treatment With the ThermiVa?
Vaginal tissues change over time, the muscles atrophy, the supporting structures stretch, and the surface tissues can thin as well. All of these concerns can be minimized, and you can maintain lifelong vaginal health. While weakening tissues from a vaginal birth or years of straining with lifting or straining, while theoretically natural, can produce a variety of symptoms from mild, including decreased tightness with sex, to more severe such as chronic bladder infections, leaking urine, stool or even painful sex. There are a variety of solutions that we offer. We prefer to offer non-invasive and non-hormonal solutions that don’t mean that. A healthy non-hormonal procedure is the ThermiVa®. At Women’s Health Practice we are the leading providers of vaginal rejuvenation treatments, with years of experience with energy based treatments including laser, radiofrequency treatments, ultrasound therapies and have performed hundreds of therapies. ThermiVa is a procedure that delivers energy in a safe non-ablative way to the vaginal wall, the labia majora, and the labia minora to rejuvenate, refine, and tighten these tissues. In some cases these therapies can be used instead of surgeries such as bladder repairs or labiaplasties. We offer therapies for a variety of your concerns.
Vaginal Rejuvenation treatments are performed in the office
Virtually painless procedure
Takes about 2--25 minutes
No post treatment downtime, with women able to have sexual intercourse the day of treatment
After the treatment there are no restrictions to activity
No reported negative side effects, and no serious complications reported in our practice
Excellent patient satisfaction and newer data of long term successes being reported
Usually administered in 3 treatments
Can be used to enhance medical therapies such as hormonal or tightening treatments or surgeries
Issues of vaginal health are seen at any age, while the issues of atrophy and painful sex are almost universally common in post-menopausal women with vaginal dryness, in young women with incontinence or pelvic floor laxity, birth injuries are extremely common. These conditions are now very well addressed through office procedures. Led by a Board Certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist, and experienced gynecologic consultants, the providers at www.womenshealthpractice.com
are leaders in the field of vaginal health and can help you in a holistic way to address all your gynecologic and sexual health issues. For those who would want to minimize or avoid hormone use this is an alternative that is non-invasive.