How often do you cross your legs when you sneeze or cough? Is it hard to run after your kids or grandkids without leaking urine? With the passage of time or after the birth of a baby, incontinence can become an embarrassing and frustrating part of daily life for women. Dr. Katherine Williams is pleased to offer the groundbreaking ThermiVa as a treatment for urinary incontinence, helping women regain what time or childbirth has taken away.
ThermiVa is a non-surgical procedure that uses temperature-controlled radiofrequency to generate the body’s own collagen production, healing the vaginal tissue. A gentle wand is used both in the vagina and externally around the vulva and clitoral area. Women who are suffering from incontinence, vaginal dryness, loss of vaginal elasticity, or a decreased response to sexual stimuli are seeking out ThermiVa treatments in record numbers to address their needs.
The results speak for themselves! Our patients report that they rarely need to wear panty liners any longer. We also hear from women who didn’t feel feminine for years that ThermiVa gave them back moisture and sensitivity in the vaginal area. As an added benefit, patients are having more intense orgasms and seeing their relationships improving, drawing closer to their partners as the intimacy improves.
Patients should expect their results to last for approximately one year. But pelvic floor exercises and physical therapy, the results can last even longer. Without pelvic floor exercises, touch ups are recommended yearly to maintain the rejuvenating results of ThermiVa. ThermiVa is an appealing alternative to life-long expensive medications or risky surgeries to correct the same problems.
ThermiVa treatments are performed in both of Dr. Williams’ offices in Covington and New Orleans. The treatments occur monthly over a three month period and take about 30 minutes each. Patients should expect to see an improvement in symptoms after each treatment and can resume sexual activity immediately!
For more information about ThermiVa or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Katherine Williams at the Southern Institute for Women’s Sexual Health, please visit our website at www.siwsh.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our office at 985-871-0707. We look forward to hearing from you!