Articles

CO2 Laser for Vaginal and Bladder Restoration in Breast Cancer Patients

16 January in Articles, Bladder Issues Testing & Treatment

This Italian clinical trial documented safe and effective treatment for improved vaginal and bladder health after breast cancer treatment using three CO2 fractionated office laser treatments monthly for three months. We have had similar success in our clinic for two years. Discuss this with your...

Femlift office laser therapy

25 September in General Gynecology, GYN Surgeries, In Office Procedures & Instructions, Menopause & Hormone Balance, Personal Care & Sexual Health, Uncategorized

With direction from colleagues at the Cleveland Clinic and with training and support from Alma Laser specialists, we provide the latest technology in treating a number of vaginal and bladder issues with fractionated CO2 vaginal laser therapy. FemiLift is a minimally invasive procedure that is...

Advanced Gyn Laparoscopy for Endometriosis

18 August in Bleeding & Menstrual Disorders, GYN Surgeries, Pelvic Pain, Women's Health

One of our primary specialties is Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery for endometriosis. We follow the 30 year teachings of Dr. David Redwine and others regarding the aggressive EXCISION of ANY visible endometriosis lesions in the pelvic or abdominal area and beyond. The word ablation should not...

HPV Prevention

13 February in Bulletins, General, Inflammation & Infection, Personal Care & Sexual Health

Research around Human Papillomavirus (HPV), a now well-established cause of cervical cancer, is potentially at a turning point, which could lead to groundbreaking preventative possibilities, cutting down the rate of transmission. Not all people infected with HPV experience symptoms, which is why it’s passed on...

Move It & Lose It

13 February in Bulletins, General, Quick Tips, Supplements & Nutrition, Weight Management & Healthy Lifestyle, Women's Health

Trying to control your weight? Exercising in short spurts may prevent the scale from moving in the wrong direction. That's the headline from brand new research, suggesting that the intensity of your workout may be more important than the length of time you spend at it. Researchers...