Background
What is ThermiVa?

ThermiVa uses RF energy that gently heats tissue to restore normal tissue tone and function. (This is the same safe technology that has been used for many years in other medical applications.)

ThermiVa can be used both externally and internally. When used inside the vagina, it has proven to effectively revive atrophic tissue and other structures.

ThermiVa is non-surgical ... so there's no downtime, no anesthesia, and sexual relations may resume the same day. Patients see a noticeable improvement after 1 or 2 sessions and the results last a long time.

Why is ThermiVa used for certain treatments?

Women are treated with ThermiVa for a number of different reasons, but these are often the most important:

  • “Loose” vaginal feel since childbirth and/or menopause
  • Vaginal dryness during intercourse
  • Trouble reaching orgasm
  • Occasional urinary dribble or leakage with sneezing, coughing or exercise
  • Intimate relationships suffering due to changes
  • Have experienced a loss of self-confidence, loss of interest in sex or loss of desire

Questions about ThermiVa?

Please call us at 651-600-3035 if you have questions or would like to schedule a consultation.

What our patients say:

I came to MN Womens Care in desperate need of help. Dr Crabb was the first doctor to really listen to me, to hear my complex symptoms and work on solutions. He is an excellent surgeon who gave me back my body from the adhesions and endometriosis scars that had developed over many years. I credit Dr Crabb and his staff for giving me the best experience I have had with the medical profession in years. Thank you.
D.C. - Patient

Information about Atrophic Vaginitis: Dry and Painful Intercourse

One of the most common complaints from women involves dry and painful intercourse. It is a common problem in postmenopausal women but can also impact women in other times of their life and for many different reasons.

ThermiVa is one of the solutions we can offer to women who suffer from dry and painful intercourse. Read more about Atrophic Vaginitis here and what can be done.