What is ThermiVa?
ThermiVa is a Radiofrequency(RF) treatment designed to comfortably heat the treated tissue to increase collagen production and cause new cell growth. This leads to overall vaginal tightening.
What clinical concerns does ThermiVa treat?
ThermiVa treats loose tissues, orgasmic dysfunction, vaginal dryness and stress incontinence (peeing when you sneeze, cough or jump) which often results after pregnancy and due to the natural aging process. Women no longer have to “deal with” the worry about urine accidents and painful, uncomfortable or unsatisfying sexual intercourse. This exciting new, non-invasive technology is proving to be life-changing and is literally turning back the clock.
What are the other options for urinary incontinence?
Bladder training, insertable semi-permanent devices, surgery, and medications.
How long does the procedure take?
ThermiVa takes approximately 30 minutes depending on the individual concerns and the treatment plan.
How is it performed?
A small probe is used internally and externally by one of our nurse practitioners directing the radio frequency into the area. There is a warm sensation at times but there is no pain.
What is the down time after the procedure?
One of the highlights of ThermiVa is there is no downtime. Patients can return to all of their normal activities the same day. And there is no pain.
How many treatments are recommended?
A series of 3 treatments are recommended four weeks apart. Followed by yearly touchups as needed.
What are the cosmetic benefits to ThermiVa?
Labiaplasty is one of the fastest growing cosmetic surgeries to improve the appearance of the vagina. The downtime, cost and recovery time are all things to consider with a surgical procedure versus ThermiVa, a minimally invasive procedure with no downtime and no pain. ThermiVa tightens labial tissue for a more aesthetic appearance.
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Written By: Suzanne Reibling, MSN ARNP, FNP-BC