At Natural Foundations in Capitola, every year, thousands of people come to see us with complaints of sexual dysfunction and for the longest time, there were a limited amount of treatment options. For women who have noticed a decrease in sexual pleasure, lack of natural lubrication, pain with intercourse, or an inability to achieve an orgasm, GainsWave™ could be the answer they’ve been looking for.
What is GainsWave™ for women?
GainsWave™ uses high frequency, low-intensity sound wave technology to help improve blood flow. The sound waves help repair older blood vessels and promote the growth of new blood vessels. It also uses specific protocols aimed at enhancing the effectiveness of the treatment, in a safe way and with noticeable results.
How does GainsWave™ for women work?
The improved blood flow helps rejuvenate vaginal lubrication, restore nervous tissue, and boost the intensity of orgasms. GainsWave™ therapy has been around for many years and its pulse wave therapy is also designed to help break up fibrosis and calcified plaques that form from trauma.
GainsWave™ is also useful for addressing other aspects of women’s health, including:
Treatment for Overactive Bladder
Overactive bladder is an unexpected, uncontrolled need or urge to urinate. The urge is often difficult to stop, and overactive bladder could lead to the uncontrolled loss of urine (aka urge incontinence). Many treatments suggest behavioral changes, like drinking less water, or patients are prescribed medicines made to help overactive bladder. GainsWave™ can help tighten the vaginal canal and help address the symptoms of incontinence.
Treatment for Stress Incontinence (common after childbirth)
Stress incontinence occurs when physical movements or activities, like coughing, sneezing, or heavy lifting, put tension (aka stress) on your bladder. When the muscles and other tissues that help support the bladder and pelvic floor muscles are weakened, leakage can occur. Emtone has been shown to help patients manage stress incontinence and improve their overall well-being.
Treatment for Vulvodynia
Vulvodynia is a condition that causes chronic pain or discomfort around the opening of your vagina (vulva). There is no specific cause and it can last at least three months and, in some cases, a few years.
Treatment for Sexual Health After Menopause
Women experience many sexual health issues after menopause, and it is usually a result of diminished blood flow and hormonal changes.