Feminine Rejuvenation In the Spotlight at the Aesthetic Show

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Red M. Alinsod, MD headlines "The Art of Feminine Rejuvenation" Symposium

ThermiVa has mastered the delivery of controlled-heating in these intimate areas.

Red Alinsod, MD of SouthCoast Urogynecology, moderated a new feminine rejuvenation symposium geared to physicians, nurses, and allied healthcare providers during the The Aesthetic Show™ at the Wynn, Las Vegas on Thursday, July 9, 2015.

The number of women seeking “feminine rejuvenation” is rapidly emerging in Europe and Asian countries. Recently, US based physicians were onsite at The Aesthetics Show in Vegas where they had the opportunity to learn the latest, most advanced techniques and get insight into the business of Feminine Rejuvenation from experts like Dr. Alinsod who are pioneering the category. The day long course included live demonstrations of the latest technologies used in these emerging procedures, like ThermiVa, a non-surgical, in-office treatment that uses transcutaneous temperature controlled radio frequency (TTCRF) to apply heat to the tissue.

“Damage from vaginal birth and aging can diminish sensation during intercourse, reduce sexual satisfaction and change the relationship between partners. Heat has become a standard for promoting collagen remodeling and healing, which helps strengthen the structural support columns for the skin, improving integrity and tightness", said Dr. Alinsod. “ThermiVa has mastered the delivery of controlled-heating in these intimate areas.”

Aesthetics is only a part of this movement. This year, lectures included medical topics such as Treating Urinary Stress Incontinence with Energy Devices, The Successful Treatment of Atrophic Vaginitis, and The G-Spot Connection: Vaginal Surgery and Sexual Satisfaction.

In presenting the findings of a recent study in the PRIME International Journal of Aesthetic and Anti-Ageing Medicine, Dr. Alinsod concluded that “Based on the data, TTCRF is safe, tolerable, and yielding results for women seeking vulvovaginal rejuvenation. Data from an enrolling study is showing evidence that suggests TTCRF may have a place in the treatment of medical conditions like atrophic vaginitis, orgasmic dysfunction, and stress incontinence. More data is required, but we are encouraged by what we are seeing so far."

Dr. Alinsod was a speaker during the keynote session of The Aesthetic Show, highlighting vaginal rejuvenation as one of the top emerging trends in aesthetic medicine. Dr. Alinsod was also presented an award for “Best Vaginal Rejuvenation" case during the conference.
More information about the symposium can be found at http://aestheticshow.com/program_fem_rejuv.php

EDITOR'S NOTE: For more information please contact Nancy Trent or Pamela Wadler at 212-966-0024 or pam(at)trentandcompany(dot)com.

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