The Gynecology Institute First to Bring Cliovana™ to Chicago

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Dr. Nicole Williams is the first practitioner in Chicago to offer Cliovana— the first completely non-invasive treatment designed specifically to improve women’s arousal levels and their orgasm frequency and intensity.

Dr. Nicole Williams is the first practitioner in Chicago to offer Cliovana

A prominent leader in female health, Dr. Williams is introducing Cliovana to the Chicago market by adding this first-of-its-kind treatment to her practice, The Gynecology Institute of Chicago.

Truly satisfying sex is an important part of a woman’s overall physical and emotional well-being at any age, but many women aren’t feeling as much pleasure as they’d like. Cliovana is a simple, completely non-invasive way to increase women’s arousal levels and their orgasm frequency and intensity. Cliovana does not use lasers, scalpels or needles, so there are no dangerous side effects.

Dr. Williams has spent nearly 15 years focusing on improving the lives of women with her innovative and results-driven procedures. Many women want to get more out of sex, but they want to do it in a way that respects their body. Cliovana is the perfect solution because it enhances arousal at the cellular level and causes your body to do more of what it does naturally: regenerate cells.

So how does Cliovana work? The body is always regenerating cells. Cliovana just stimulates the body to do more of that, specifically in the genitals, which can lead to an increase in women’s long-term sexual responsiveness. The technologies employed by Cliovana has been used worldwide for decades to help with a variety of health issues. The treatment is four 10-minute sessions over the course of two weeks. Because it is 100% non-invasive, there is zero downtime.

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About Dr. Nicole Williams and The Gynecology Institute of Chicago
Dr. Nicole Williams, MD, FACOG, FACS is a staunch supporter of women’s health with an extensive research background. After graduating from the University of Illinois with degrees in Biochemistry and English Literature, she earned a National Institutes of Health research grant recipient in plasmid DNA research during medical school at Loyola University. While on rotation at the University of Chicago, she presented research on Intravenous Leiomyomatosis. During her training, Dr. Williams also earned a certificate in Female Sexual Dysfunction from world renowned sexual Psychologist Dr. Domeena Renshaw at Loyola University based on the principles of Masters and Johnson.

Given her knowledge and passion for female sexuality, Dr. Williams is excited to offer industry-edge treatments like Cliovana to her patients.

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