What Is ThermiVa®?
ThermiVa® is a new non-surgical procedure that utilizes temperature controlled radio frequency energy to promote collagen synthesis and restoration of elasticity in the vulvar and vaginal area. ThermiVa® offers a smart choice for female rejuvenation that is non-surgical, non-invasive, and does not require anesthesia.
Many women suffer from incontinence, orgasm dysfunction, vaginal laxity, and/or vaginal dryness as a result of childbirth or a change in hormone status. The innovative ThermiVa® is safe, done in the office, and does not require any recovery time.
ThermiVa® is the first non-surgical and thermal-controlled radio frequency procedure to relieve symptoms associated with female gynecological conditions.
Is ThermiVa® right for you?
Clients from 21 years of age to 80 years of age have been treated with ThermiVa®. Whether you want to increase your sensitivity and lubrication to reduce discomfort, improve the appearance of your vulvar and vaginal area, or reduce the negative impacts of a leaky bladder, ThermiVa® may be right for you. To find out, schedule a consultation today.
The use of ThermiVa® can lead to improvements in:
Vaginal Tightness: Tightening may occur at the vaginal opening and throughout the full course of the vagina. Women and their partners may notice these changes immediately after their treatments.
Mild to Moderate Stress Incontinence/Over-Active Bladder: Many patients note reduced urinary
leaking and urge.
Sexual or Orgasmic Dysfunction: Treatments may increase nerve sensitivity, resulting in stronger pelvic floor muscular contractions and the capability to achieve orgasms in a shorter period of time.
Labial Cosmetic Appearance: As can be seen in before and after photos, ThermiVa® tightens labial tissues and helps to reduce sagging and results in smoother and softer skin. Women also have more comfort in tight clothing such as bikinis, jeans, and leggings and have less discomfort.
Vaginal Dryness/Atrophic Vaginitis: Treatments often increase vaginal moisture, reducing dryness and its associated discomfort. These changes can lead to less pain and more sexual satisfaction.
Dr. Amy Roskin
Dr. Amy C. Roskin is a Board Certified OB/GYN focusing on aesthetics and cosmetic gynecology. Over her career, Dr. Roskin has served in a variety of professional capacities, including OB/GYN Hospital Department Chair and Vice Chair, and member of several hospital committees and organizations addressing quality assurance/peer review.
Dr. Roskin graduated with honors from Princeton University, earned her medical degree from New York University and completed her OB/GYN residency at Columbia University-Presbyterian Hospital, where she received the Howard C. Taylor Award of Excellence as Chief Resident.
Dr. Roskin has been honored with numerous awards, including Patients’ Choice, America’s Best Physicians, and Castle Connolly Top Doctors. She is also a Clinical Affiliate Assistant Professor at FAU Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine.