Female sexual health:
At any age during adulthood, sexual health is an important factor in overall quality of life. As women go through periodic hormonal changes, childbearing and aging, they experience genitalia changes including loss of vagina tightness, vaginal dryness, vaginal thinning or atrophy, leakage of urine from stress urinary incontinence, painful intercourse and sexual dysfunction. Options for treatment include kegel and pelvic floor exercises to strengthen the vaginal and pelvic floor muscles, lifestyle adjustments including weight loss, medications, non surgical and surgical treatments. Typically, these interventions offer symptom relief. At GhenMD, we offer PRP and and low intensity shockwave therapy for vaginal rejuvenation. These treatment modalities can be used individually or combined.
O-Shot® (Orgasm Shot®) and How it Works
The O-Shot ® is a painless and nonsurgical procedure which utilizes Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) to revitalize clitoral and vaginal tissue, allowing for improved sexual satisfaction. PRP contains growth factors which are released when activated platelets are delivered to tissues in need of regeneration. Derived from the patient’s own blood, PRP activates natural stem cells, promotes regrowth of degenerating nerves, blood vessels and connective tissues including collagen.
Low-intensity shockwave therapy
Low-intensity shockwave therapy deploys soundwaves to enhance natural healing in tissues needing regeneration. In the female genitourinary system, it enhances new blood vessel formation, blood flow stimulation, and enhanced collagen production. Safe, painless, promising with no downtime, a series of treatments is needed after consultation to determine if this modality is appropriate for the candidate.
Men’s Health Erectile dysfunction (ED)
ED overview: As men age, difficulties achieving or maintaining an erection increase in frequency. Consistent loss of erection however at any age is not normal. About 30 million men in the United States have ED. Studies have shown 40% of men at age 40 and almost 70% of men at age 70 suffer from ED. Unfortunately, many men are unwilling to seek help and do not report this to their physician. ED can also be a sign of other medical conditions including cardiovascular disease.