ThermiVa is a radio frequency device which delivers gentle heat to the vulvovaginal region. The device is safe, non-invasive (no cutting) so the patient has..
Online PR News – 18-October-2015 – Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA – Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA -- Women experiencing vaginal problems such as vaginal laxity, incontinence or bladder control can free themselves of taking medicine each day or escape the necessity of invasive surgery with the new revolutionary ThermiVa™ procedure.
ThermiVa is a radio frequency device which delivers gentle heat to the vulvovaginal region. The device is safe, non-invasive (no cutting) so the patient has no down time or recovery.
Introduced to Michigan by the pioneering gynecologist Dr. Joseph Berenholz, a board certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist, ThermiVa, recently featured on The Doctors TV show, involves three 15-30 minute treatments over three months in the office without interruption from work, sexual relations or normal daily activities.
ThermiVa was first introduced in California four years ago to treat vaginal laxity. Women undergoing this procedure reported an end to urinary incontinence, overactive bladders, disappearance of camel toe from the vagina and improved orgasms.
"There is no anesthesia or pain involved at all," says Dr. Berenholz. "Because of the amazing results produced by ThermiVa, surgery may well be a thing of the past for incontinence, vaginal laxity and for vaginal lubrication problems. The procedure is also a solution for women who cannot or will not take hormones to treat menopausal symptoms."
- Reduces Sag
- Tightens the Vagina
- Reduces Accidents and Leakage
- Increases Sensitivity
- Reduces Dryness
- Improves Orgasms in Women
- Gentle Heat
- No Anesthesia
- Non-Surgical Procedure
- No Lasers / No Cutting / No Stitches
- Three 15-30 minute procedures (over three months)
- No Recovery Period
- Performed in the offices of Dr. Berenholz
The International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics indicates 76% females are at risk of developing vaginal laxity at some point of their life which can increase urinary incontinence and vaginal dryness, which affects half of all post-menopausal women.
Dr. Berenholz founded the Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Institute of Michigan more than ten years ago after recognizing the need for women to obtain vaginal tightening and sculpting of the labia minor and majora in order to increase their sensation and feel less self-conscious about the appearance of their vulvar structures.
Dr. Berenholz was the first gynecologist in Michigan to undergo training to meet the needs of women suffering from vaginal relaxation and vulvar prolapse. Dr. Berenholz went to Beverly Hills to train with Dr. David Matlock of the famous Beverly Hills 90210 TV series. He spent some time in Beverly Hills and acquired the skills of using a diode laser for sculpting and repairing vaginal structures. The result was that his practice was able to offer these revolutionary services to empower women with knowledge, choice, alternatives, and vaginal rejuvenation. Dr. Berenholz introduced the treatment in Michigan after the procedure was featured on Oprah, Dr. Oz and The View.
To learn more about the ThermiVa™ treatment, please visit http://www.ThermiVaMichigan.com or http://www.DrBerenholz.com. For an appointment or free consultation call 888-593-8780 or 248-702-6200.
The Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Institute of Michigan is located at 30445 Northwestern Hwy. Suite 140. Farmington Hills, MI 48334.
About Dr. Joseph Berenholz
Dr. Berenholz has been a doctor for more than 30 years and has performed cosmetic gynecologic surgery for more than 12 years. The goal of his practice is to empower women with the ability to solve issues regarding esthetics, vaginal laxity after childbirth, and other medical issues most doctors won't even address. As a board certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist he has delivered thousands of healthy infants but his real passion has been urogynecologic and pelvic reconstructive surgery. He has performed 3,000 to 4,000 such surgeries during his career.
Media Contact: To arrange an interview with Dr. Joseph Berenholz contact Scott Lorenz of Westwind Communications at scottlorenz AT westwindcos.com or by phone at 734-667-2090.