Dr. Anne Introduces Thermiva

Do you occasionally dribble or leak when you sneeze, cough or exercise?

Have you ever “not quite made it” to the bathroom on time?

Do you feel “loose” vaginally since childbirth and/or menopause?
Do you feel dry during intercourse?
Do you have trouble reaching orgasm?
Have your intimate relationships suffered due to these changes? Are you experiencing loss of self-confidence? Loss of interest in sex? Loss of desire?

THERMIva may be the answer

Q: What is ThermiVa?

A:ThermiVa is a safe and painless procedure that delivers controlled radio-frequency energy to the tissues of the internal and external genitalia. The vaginal muscles can become slack from aging, natural childbirth, weight loss, or other reasons, which changes the appearance of the vaginal area and decreases sexual sensations. The treatment stimulates collagen production to strengthen and tighten internal female structures.

Q: How does it work?

A:ThermiVa treatments deliver controlled thermal energy to the desired areas – external (labia) and/or internal (vagina) – using radio frequency technology that has been used for years. The treatment contracts the tissues to a tighter bundle. It also encourages new tighter collagen production and supports all female structures. Radiofrequency’s therapeutic effects on muscular and tissue healing is well known and used in physical therapy practices for decades.

Q: What are the advantages of this treatment?

A: THERMiva provides many advantages over all other available treatments including:

· No surgery

· No downtime

· No anesthesia

· Comfortable, in-office treatments

· May resume sexual relations same day/night

· Long lasting results

Q: How soon do patients see (feel) results?

A: In clinical trials most patients saw immediate results with the first treatment and continued improvement with additional treatments and over time. The complete ThermiVa procedure includes 3 separate treatments over a period of 3 months. Treatment effects last 9-12 months or more and results can be extended with maintenance treatments once or twice a year.