The human body is a marvel of complexity, especially for women navigating the myriad changes that accompany different life stages. Sometimes, these changes lead to concerns that, due to societal taboos, many might hesitate to discuss, even with healthcare professionals. However, there’s no need to suffer in silence. With advances in medical technology, there are now effective treatments available that can address many of these concerns.
Before we go into it, let’s start by going over some of the vaginal issues that many women suffer from, but may be too embarrassed to talk about.
Some of the more common pelvic floor dysfunction issues include:
- Urinary Incontinence/Anal sphincter (gas)
- Vaginismus – painful sex due to the muscles bring too tight.
- Vaginal atrophy – muscles have no tone or sensation.
- Pro-lapse which can occur after giving birth.
- Vaginal: Itching, Discomfort, Dryness, Fragility, Thinning, Laxity, Lack of Sensation
While some of these dysfunctions can occur at any stage of life, the key women’s life stages where vaginal issues are more common includes.
- Post-Partum, C-Section, Episiotomy
- Post-Oncology Treatments/Menopause
Additionally, incontinence is a major factor for older women, and it may be the result of women not seeking treatment when issues have cropped up earlier in their lives.
A lot of these dysfunctions can come down to the health of your pelvic floor, which is made up of 80% collagen and muscles and has several essential functions for our health. Your bladder, uterus and rectum are all supported by your pelvic floor.
Additionally, a healthy pelvic floor is important for reducing your risk of incontinence, for improving your sexual function and pleasure, for your reproductive function and more.
The main dysfunction that many women report however is stress urinary incontinence (SUI) which has an enormous impact on those who suffer it.
SUI is a multifactorial disorder in relation to aging, childbirth, menopause, and hormonal changes among other factors. Essentially, the female genital area loses tone which can lead to different conditions such as atrophic vaginitis, decreased sensation and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). A lax vagina may be the main determinant in stress and may bring on female urinary incontinence.
Stress urinary incontinence is a very limiting condition that has been approached by different means. Now a gentler technique, non-ablative radiofrequency, has revealed itself to be an efficient and safe technology for this purpose.
Introducing a Revolutionary Radio Frequency Treatment
Many women may not be familiar with the benefits of radio frequency treatments, leading some to silently endure discomfort when relief is attainable. We aim to shed light on these effective solutions, creating an open conversation and a safe space for women at every life stage. This can truly enhance the quality of life for many.
One of the standout treatments targets the weakened pelvic floor without the need for surgery. Recommended for muscle rehabilitation, this therapy works by oxygenating, nourishing, and regenerating cellular tissues. It promotes hydration and reorganises collagen fibres, reducing the discomfort associated with a weak pelvic floor.
Here’s how it works:
The treatment applies radio frequency to heat the connective tissue of the vaginal wall, ranging from 40°C to 42°C. This process induces collagen contraction, neocollagenesis, vascularisation, and growth factor infiltration.
The result? Revitalisation and restoration of the elasticity and moisture of the vaginal mucosa. While most women might need 3-6 treatments to achieve their desired results, a specialised technician will develop a personalised plan tailored to individual needs.
Benefits of this treatment include:
- Safe, painless application.
- Non-invasive approach.
- Balancing of pH and promotion of healthy vaginal bacteria.
- Enhanced lubrication and sensitivity.
- Boosted sexual satisfaction and pleasure.
- Improved immunity in the genital area.
- Compatibility with all pelvic structures, effectively addressing various tissues and issues.
If any of these challenges resonate with you, know that you don’t have to endure them in silence. This radio frequency treatment has already transformed the lives of countless women, and it might do the same for you.
About Saila Insua Lopez
Women’s Health Therapist for Wonder a way of being
Saila is an accomplished practitioner who specialises in women’s health therapies. Having run her own clinic in Madrid for a decade prior to her move to Australia, Saila is unequalled in her dedication and knowledge specialising in remedial massage, pregnancy preparation and post-natal recovery programs, medical and aesthetic lymphatic massage, diaphragmatic massage, bruxism, and facial treatments as well as Pilates therapeutic and Hypopressive Abdominal Recovery.