New York, New York (PRWEB) November 04, 2015 -- The United Breast Cancer Foundation (UBCF), a national charitable organization whose mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of those affected by breast cancer, has partnered with VSPOT MediSpa to promote action for the often ignored side-effects of traditional breast cancer treatment. Through this partnership, breast cancer survivors are being offered a free treatment session at VSPOT MediSpa. Treatments help relieve vaginal dryness and discomfort as a result of harsh cancer drugs and treatments. Most other treatments for this problem involve estrogen-based therapy, which is not an option for breast cancer survivors.
The treatment protocol offered by VSPOT is delivered over three pain-free sessions using the FemiLift Laser, a thermal heating system that promotes tissue regeneration in the vaginal walls. This method is FDA-approved. As a result of this treatment, itching, burning, and painful sex are eradicated and breast cancer survivors are relieved of discomfort through the restoration of blood flow and lubrication to the vaginal mucosa. The treatment, which requires no medication, is completely non-surgical and women can walk out of the spa after treatment with no pain.
Many women feel uncomfortable with their bodies following breast cancer treatment. In an effort to feel whole, women pursue a variety of treatments such as breast implants or augmentation. This new therapy is the first of its kind to address the vaginal side-effects of breast cancer and UBCF could not be more excited to promote it.
Cindy Barshop, famed entrepreneur and former Real Housewife of New York, is the owner of the VSPOT MediSpa and an advocate for women’s health. She feels that “breast cancer survivors are warriors,” and is offering this opportunity to help women regain a sense of normalcy after their battle with breast cancer.
UBCF Executive Director and President Stephanie Mastroianni states, “We are so pleased to partner with Cindy and VSPOT, increasing awareness of this often ignored side effect of breast cancer treatment. UBCF’s goal is to reduce the stress and strain that cancer causes. Through this partnership, UBCF will continue serving the needs of our clients, from diagnosis, treatment and beyond in creating a new, healthy, joyous and rewarding life.”
Anyone seeking more information about the services VSPOT MediSpa offers may visit their website at vspotmedispa.com or call the United Breast Cancer Foundation at 877-822-4287 x719
VSPOT Medispa specializes in treatment with the FemiLift laser, an FDA-approved laser that uses groundbreaking technology to offer a quick, painless solution for the vaginal loosening, dryness, and incontinence that come along with cancer treatments and medications, childbirth, menopause, and just being a woman.
About United Breast Cancer Foundation:
Founded in 2000, the United Breast Cancer Foundation (UBCF) is a national nonprofit organization whose mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of those affected by breast cancer. UBCF offers the community seven life-supporting patient and family programs dedicated to early detection, prevention, treatment and health and well-being. UBCF educates the public on a variety of breast cancer issues: coping with breast cancer, family support, holistic and complimentary therapies, research, and prevention. http://www.ubcf.info | 877-822-4287.
Beth Reichart, United Breast Cancer Foundation, http://ubcf.info, +1 (877) 822-4287 Ext: 702, [email protected]