As we age, we may have gone through childbirth, menopause, and we may begin to see signs of difficulty reaching orgasm, decreased sexual satisfaction, and even see a host of other issues, including urinary incontinence and decreased libido. Shockwave therapy offers a revolutionary procedure to help women who may be dealing with these signs by using low intensity pulsed waves and restoring full sensation and natural lubrication to the female vagina, as well as eliminating urinary incontinence (if you are dealing with this issue).
Miniwave Pro & Smart-Wave Series uses low-intensity sound waves to restore sensation and natural lubrication and eliminate urinary incontinence.
- Drug & Laser Free
- Simple In-office Procedure
- Long-lasting Results
- No Downtime
- No Risks or Side Effects
HOW Miniwave Pro & Smart-Wave HELP?
- Improve vaginal dryness
- Intensify your orgasms
- Increase sensitivity & arousal
- Increase tightness
- Therapeutic effects of Low intensity extracorporeal low energy shock wave therapy (LiESWT) on stress urinary incontinence
- Treatment of stress urinary incontinence with low-intensity extracorporeal shock wave therapy in a vaginal balloon dilation induced rat model
- The effect of low intensity extracorporeal shock wave therapy on overactivity bladder symptoms
- Low-Intensity Shockwave for Treatment of Vestibulodynia: A Randomized Controlled Therapy Trial
- Extracorporeal shock wave therapy for treatment of vulvodynia: a prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
- Low Energy Shock Wave for the Treatment of Interstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome (IC/BPS)
- Improves symptoms and urinary biomarkers in refractory interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome patients randomized to extracorporeal shock wave therapy versus placebo
- Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy Promotes Bladder Regeneration and Improves Overactive Bladder Induced by Ovarian Hormone Deficiency from Rat Animal Model to Human Clinical Trial
- Delayed Treatment with Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy in an Irreversible Rat Model of Stress Urinary Incontinence