Treating Intimate Health Conditions
Vaginal resurfacing, using non-surgical and non-hormonal laser treatments, results in new blood flow and healthy tissue growth. With laser treatment, you’ll also notice increased elasticity and a return of moisture back to the vaginal canal.
Vaginal resurfacing is ideal for women whose vaginal tissue was damaged during childbirth, or those who experience thinning, drying or inflammation of the vaginal walls due to low estrogen production from menopause, surgery or other medical conditions, including cancer, where hormone replacement therapy is not an option.
For patients who have mild to moderate urinary incontinence (leaking) laser therapy is a new, low risk non-surgical option to treat this condition.
Each laser treatment lasts about three to five minutes. Patients typically have three treatments, which are spaced about a month apart. After treatment, most patients are able to resume normal activities that day, although we ask patients to abstain from intercourse for at least 48 hours following treatment.
Other Treatment Options
- Pelvic physical therapy
- Hormonal therapies or other medication
- Counseling, including sex therapy or couples therapy
- Pain management
- Integrative care
- Nutrition counseling
- Relaxation/mindfulness techniques
- Surgical Care, including:
- Pelvic reconstructive surgery
- Minimally invasive gynecological surgery
- Lifestyle coaching
- Alcohol management
- Smoking cessation
- Physical activity